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We submit your job to our expert system software. Our exclusive expert system searches and tracks potential hot products based on the expert system’s training criteria. Once a hot product is identified, the product is automatically entered into a database where the expert system continues to monitor sales and competition for the product. It generally takes 4-6 weeks for the expert system to track and classify hot products because it has to record a history of performance data for the products it is tracking.

Our expert system runs on servers on Amazon’s AWS which we pay for hourly CPU use. This system requires a lot of CPU power and bandwidth, and that is provided by AWS.

Why would you want a hot product pick? Many new sellers are hesitant when picking the first product to sell on Amazon. The hot product picks gives the new Amazon seller a quick start to selling by bypassing the initial product research phase.

Hot product picks income target is $2500 per month per product. That is the target but it often is higher than $2500 per month. A hot product pick can pay for itself 4x over in the first month on Amazon!

You will receive a full report including suggested suppliers for your hot product pick!

New! Anyone can purchase a hot product pick - you do not have to be a student in my course to do so!

What is a hot product pick?

A hot product pick is a product that I have done the product research on and determined that it is a good product to sell on Amazon. I use software that I wrote called an “expert system” and the software has been trained over many iterations to recognize low competition, good products for new Amazon sellers. Depending on what plan you pick, I send you a list of links to product recommendations. It is for new sellers that are still not sure about product research and it gets them jump-started on their first products to sell on Amazon.

“Expert System”

In artificial intelligence, an expert system is a computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert. Expert systems are designed to solve complex problems by reasoning about knowledge, represented mainly as if–then rules rather than through conventional procedural code. The first expert systems were created in the 1970s and then proliferated in the 1980s. Expert systems were among the first truly successful forms of artificial intelligence (AI) software.