I want to write about this as I know a lot of people are searching on YouTube for answers on how to do High Ticket Dropshipping.
When I first got started, I searched it on YouTube too. There wasn’t a whole lot of information available back then. I first stood back in 2010. This was back before there was a flood of courses available online for dropshipping.
Now there are tons of dropshipping courses available online. People are wondering if it is really worth it, should they really invest, or wait around trying to learn on my own. I am going to address all those ideas today.
You can learn a lot for free on YouTube through your own but the truth is, nothing is going to be straightforward. Nothing is going to be from A - Z. There’s a lot of good content. I have watched a lot of stuff out there that’s really good. There is also a lot of trash content as well.
Be careful what you consume out there. It can be good stuff or it can be misleading. There is a lot of good content, you just make sure that you take it with a grain of salt and do your own independent research.
A lot of mentors out there will tell you what to do but they don’t really show you how to do it. If they will show you what to do, they will just breeze over it and they show you half-wit examples of it. They don’t show you real-world case studies. They blur a lot of their screen out.
That is understandable to protect their privacy because, with high ticket drop shipping, you just have to blur out your niche to the entire world out there. The issue is that there’s a lot of people that have no ethics in business practices. They would just go out there and find your store and copy it. They will put up their own version of it and get your suppliers to try to make a quick buck.
Those are the same people that won’t ever put the effort out there to make real quality content. They won’t ever put the reinvestment that is required to create a unique website that is a truly unique shopping experience. They are not going to get ahead as you did. They are still going to take a chunk.
A lot of people are protecting their privacy, some people that talk about high ticket drop shipping aren’t even really doing it much themselves. They do a lot of AliExpress dropshipping which is a different business model.
I don’t do any AliExpress dropshipping. I focus entirely on high ticket drop shipping which is a different business model. Instead of focusing on Chinese based suppliers using AliExpress to find products for super cheap and then selling them for double or triple with the prices to customers in the US using a Shopify store. Having it shipped directly from the Chinese supplier to that customer.
Instead of going that route, you are actually going to be doing business in the USA. You are going be finding USA based suppliers of expensive big products. You are going to be saying if a retail storefront online. It is an online-only retail storefront. They are going to be pitching those products to customers through comparison shopping engines like Google Shopping and doing email marketing and Facebook retargeting ads.
You are going to get customers to purchase from you and then you are going to fulfill the order by having the supplier ship it directly to the customer. This is a specific type of dropshipping business model and it’s unlike many others out there.
The course is only worth it if it gets you results and a return on investment. If you were to spend all of your time trying to learn on your own. It might take you months or years to become profitable. Whereas if you were to invest in a course that is an A to Z course, it shows you how to do it and gets you results. In two months, you will start making a profit. It gives you the skill sets to make a profit for the rest of your life using this business model. Wouldn’t that be worth it?
You have to make sure that whoever you are buying that course from having some sort of proof that they have achieved those results. If that mentor does not have a case study where they have actually shown in uncertain real terms that they have actually achieved those results, if it was me, I would never even think about buying a course from that person.
Obviously, that person could be faking the whole thing. Make sure they have an actual case study available on their website where they actually show you that they are making money.
I have multiple case studies in there and I actually have a case study store that I build in my masterclass. That’s why I want to set myself apart in the whole game as far as courses go.
Check to make sure if they have a lot of testimonials. They are all sorts of screenshots but you want to actually look these people up and make sure there’s real testimonial. You need to make sure that other people have good things to say about it. You have to do your research and make sure these people are actually real.
You have to make sure that there’s a lot of students who are finding success in the course.
In 2010, when I first started, I was also dropshipping on eBay as well. On eBay alternative site, called eCreator.com which I don’t use anymore. Now, I only use Shopify because it is so easy to use and manage.
Shopify has tons of apps and a great theme and just a great ecosystem of developers and community around it.
Check for scam reports online. You just have to type in whatever the course name is and the word scam. You should be able to find scam websites and see if people have left reviews of that website that are negative. You should read through those reviews. Some of them might be positive or negative.
Some people just have personal reason s as to why they didn’t succeed in the course. Some people are just really honest. If there’s a problem with the content or maybe there is a problem with the way that person as a mentor.
Check the return policy before you invest. A lot of students coming to me now telling me that they have had issues with other courses they wanted to cancel because they are telling them that they needed that show some sort of proof of actually doing the work.
It makes sense from a course creator’s perspective that you don’t want your content stolen. You want to make sure that the person was there to do the work. Even if they did the work, would you still give them a refund?
In my opinion, that’s a bad policy to have. You just have a 30day money-back guarantee. You just assume that 90% - 95% of your students will never ask for that. If it is good content, they are going to do very well.
I have had my course open for four months now and I have only had one return. I have been really fortunate and I just put my best foot forward for my masterclass. I have decided to make the best quality content that I possibly could.
Don’t fall for Youtube and Facebook ads promising quicker riches but failing to explain exactly how to do it. These ads just feed your emotions. If you let your emotions drive your purchasing decisions in life, you are probably not going to make smart purchasing decisions.
If you decide to invest, do it with someone who you like to learn from. Sign up for their free stuff, sign up for their lead generator they have. You can sign up for the niches list and then the mini-course. YOu can actually see me teaching you. It goes into dept ultimate guide in high ticket dropshipping.
Don’t buy a course and let it sit there and gather dust. You have to use it. You have to consume the content. Mostly the courses have a 30-day guarantee. You have 30 days to examine the goods that you’ve just purchase.
I would say is to invest more money because then it gets you to take action. If you buy a $10 udemy course, you have a lot less reason to take action if you were to invest in a $1,000 course.
I have a free Niches list, you just have to go to eCommerceParaidse.com and click the top of the banner to get your niches list.
If you want to check out my masterclass which is closed for enrollment right now but you can get notified for when it reopens for enrollment version 2.
If you have questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org