The Ultimate Guide To Google Ads for High-Ticket Drop Shipping

The Ultimate Guide To Google Ads for High-Ticket Drop Shipping

Are you looking for the best google ads strategy for your eCommerce store? In this video, I discuss the unique and hyper-targeted Google Ads campaign structure strategy we use to get the best leads to our product listings.

 

Google Ads Strategy: Traffic Hacks for High-Ticket Drop Shipping eCommerce Stores

With drop shipping and eCommerce especially with high ticket dropshipping, you have to use certain methods of driving traffic to your website so you get targeted leads. Those are people that are going to be looking to purchase your products and people that can afford to purchase your products. If you are thinking about getting into high ticket drop shipping or you are already in there and you want to grow your business, this article is for you.

 

Google AdWords is a great platform because people are entering search-based queries into Google all the time. They are entering keywords like best sunglasses or how to find the best sunglasses. That kind of query shows that they are at the top of the sales funnel. When they are there, you can serve them with different types of ads. You can serve them product listing ads and search text ads. You can put those ads directly to product pages on your website, collections pages, or guides. 

 

You can also have an email pop up and then you can follow up with them with retargeting ads and email marketing and close the sales after that. People have to go from the top to the middle and to the bottom of the funnel. You have to understand different keywords that are different points to your funnel. You can target people depending on which keyword that they are at and send them to the right page on your website depending on what funnel that they are at. You will then send them the right marketing messages to move along the funnel. This is to teach them more about it and to close the sale if necessary.

 

The funnel is really important when you are setting up your Google AdWords account. Usually, the way I structure my Google AdWords account is that I set up each different type of ad. One for the top of the funnel, one for the middle, and for the bottom of the funnel. 

 

There are three main types of campaigns, one for top of the funnel keywords, middle of the funnel keywords, and one for bottom of the funnel keywords. I have search text ads that are set up in a similar way, top, middle, and bottom. Then I have Google dynamic remarketing ads and those are actually going to serve the person the exact ad with the exact product that they were looking at on our website. When they go and search on other blogs and other web sites out on the web. Beyond that, I also do Facebook ad retargeting but in this article, we are just going to be talking about Google AdWords. 

 

Now that you understand the different keywords that people search for and how to use Google AdWords to target the specific keywords. I am also going to talk about a little bit about which page of the website to send them to. 

 

Campaign 1: Generic Keywords

You are going to send them to the website related to that keyword. If it is a product type query, then you are going to send it in to a collection page on your Shopify website. It is important that the collection page is filled out with a lot of content with internal links directing to other blog posts that are informational and then have all your products there that are listed. 

 

On the sidebar, you want to break down the different types of those products. People can narrow down what they are looking for. In Google Shopping, those product types keywords are going to come from your generic product type keyword-level product listing ad and your generic collection based search text ads. 

 

Campaign 2: Branded Keywords 

When somebody moves from the top of the funnel to the middle of the funnel for when the keywords searching, you can tell because they are going to start using brand based queries. 

 

When they are doing a brand keyword search, they are going to move from the top to the middle. They have established that they know the problem and they have already solved the problem. Now, they have to distinguish between the different products that that brand offers. 

 

You can then target those brand keywords via your brand keyword-based product listing ad group or campaign. You can also target it via the brand collections on your website with Google search text ads. You will not only show up in the product shopping ads at the top of the search result but you also have below that your text ads showing up which will add credibility to your product listing ads and let you take a more real estate on the search engine that is resulting in a higher click-through rate and higher potential sale because as they keep comparison shipping they will keep seeing you pop up and if they like your messages and you are relevant and more professional with your marketing then they are more likely to choose you. 

 

Campaign 3: Product Keywords

The next step in the sales process is the bottom of the funnel. That is product based keyword queries. When they have gotten to this level, they are searching for a product name. They are probably just doing comparison shopping. They are trying to find which website to buy it from who is going to give them the best deal. You can use your google product listing ads, product query campaigns or ad groups to target just those queries. You can bid higher on those than you bid on the other ones.

 

Once that is done, you can show up first for those product-based queries and your bid is usually much higher for those keywords and that’s okay because that’s one you really want to show up for. Then you can target the search text ads, the queries for the product based keywords. That will send them directly to the product page for particular ones. 

 

Product listing ads never send you to collection pages. They will always be going to send to product pages. So when someone types in a generic keyword they are still going to send them to product pages. This is interesting if you think about it because the person does not really know what product they want at that point. They are just interested in the type of product. They are going to land randomly on a page that might be relevant to that product. It is a kind of way to get somebody to move from the top of the funnel to the bottom of the funnel as quickly as possible. It is an impulse buying decision product. 

 

The best thing you can do when you first start at Google AdWords is to set up all these campaign structures then set up your audiences for remarketing and set up a remarketing ad. That funnel alone is really good and you can make a lot of money with that funnel. You can go beyond that eventually. 

 

Google product listing ads, Google search text ads, and dynamic remarketing ads together, that funnel right there will get traffic to your website and get back to that website. It will keep popping up in their results for that. 

 

Depending on what you sell, you will probably spending around $30 - $100 per day depending on how many products you have and how many brands and collections you have. 

 

Google Ads Strategy for High-Ticket Drop Shipping

Are you looking to start Google ads or improve your Google ads return on ad spend? In this episode, I don't hold anything back as I reveal all the secrets that I and my clients use to make millions in high-ticket sales every year with Google ads and other marketing strategies. 

Looking to get started with high-ticket dropshipping? Get my free mini-course at https://ecommerceparadise.com/minicourse 

 

Hey guys, Trevor here with the e-commerce paradise podcast, and today's episode is going to be all about Google ads and how to improve your Google ad account, get more conversions for less money. So if this is your first time listening to the podcast and get my free high ticket drop shipping training at ecommerceparadise.com/freecourse in depth mini course, as well as a free niches list for the best products to sell for high ticket drop shipping in 2020. All right, that's it. Let's get into it. So Google ads, the reason why I'm talking about Google ads as opposed to Facebook ads is because with high ticket drop shipping, we're selling expensive products and usually the buying cycle is a bit longer, it's not so impulse decision based. So with that said, you can't really target people based on interests and expect to have a high conversion rate just doesn't work out.

You have to target people based on their immediate needs. So if they're in the market for a product, they're probably going to go to the search engine. Usually it's Google and they're going to type in that product name. And you know, if they know exactly what they want, they're going to type in the model name and the skew number and they're probably going to buy from the store that gives them the best deal if they're in the market for it, but they're not quite ready to buy it or they just don't know what product they want, they're probably going to type in a keyword that, you know, maybe like best. Then the product category, whatever that happens to be. So from there, you know, they're going to try to find some information on the brands that are available and the different products, the best products, and get an idea, do some more research and then make a choice from there.

So we use Google ads because we can actually put our store a link to our store and our product listings specifically at the very top of Google for these search queries for long tail keywords, for specific model names and skew numbers for generic category based keywords. Any of these keywords that show that somebody has the intent upon purchasing one of the products that we have to sell, whether it's today or tomorrow or next week or the next month. But they are in the market to buy something like that. They are actively seeking information out. That's why we use Google ads as a search engine based platform. We also use Bing ads cause Bing is another big search engine. And if you use ads of course you get to the top. Now it goes without saying that you also have to focus on SEO at the same time you're doing ads because SEO basically means you're going to be improving your product listings with keywords, content and page structure and copywriting and a, yeah, you have to also, you know, focus on your offer as well because improving your offer means improving what the customer's going to get from your store as opposed to another store so it can be more competitive.

So those three things kind of go hand in hand. And with keyword research and keyword optimization on page structure and getting back links and doing internal linking, all that SEO stuff you're also going to rank organically. So you'll be on that the organic rankings in Google and Bing. But we're talking about ads right now just because it's the easiest and quickest way to get put at the top of the first page of the search engine results. And that's really important because if you're not at the top of the first page, nobody's going to probably find you. Okay. So that's just the bottom line these days. So your goal with your website is to get at the top. Google ads is the best way to do it in Google. Bing ads is the way, the best way to do a thing. Cool thing about Bing ads is you can easily copy and paste what you've done in Google ads and just, you know, activate the campaign and Bing ads and boom, it's all done for you.

So pretty simple there. It goes without saying that we're doing retargeting as well to get leads to turn into customers using Facebook advertising, using Google advertising, using email marketing and things like that. Let's just talk about improving your Google ad account tonight. You have an idea of why we use Google ads and all the different ways we market to people so that we reach them at different parts of their journey and touch them multiple times with marketing messages so that they convert eventually. Let's just talk about the exact things that we do within Google ads to optimize our ad campaigns. So first and foremost, we use shopping ads a lot. Shopping ads are the best way to get cold leads to your store. People that are in the market for a product maybe haven't been introduced to your story yet.

They're in the market for a product. They don't really care exactly where they get it from. They just wanna get it from somewhere that's trustworthy. It has really good offer. Okay. And your job as the marketer, as the eCommerce entrepreneur is to put yourself in that position. Be that store that has the best offer, right? So, there's a number of ways to do that, but most importantly, set up multiple campaigns structure in Google shopping acid. And this folks is specifically for high ticket drop shipping doesn't work as well when you're doing low ticket because oftentimes the products are generic with high ticket. Sometimes the products are generic, but usually the branded products, usually they are well known brands that you get an authorized dealer account with and you're able to then advertise based on the keywords for that brand's products.

And that helps a lot to rank yourself high for someone who's in the market for that product. So let's talk about how we set our campaigns structures up. So Google shopping campaigns give you what's called a campaign priorities and there's three levels of campaign priorities, high, medium and low. And what you should do in the first place is set up your campaign. Your first campaign should be a high priority campaign. What that means is that Google is always going to show that campaign first. Okay. Even if you're bidding a lot higher. And the other campaigns are still going to show that campaign first. And then the second campaign you set up should be a medium priority. And the third campaign you set up should be a low priority. All right? So that's the first thing you do. Next thing is you create a list of negative keywords.

And what you need to do is create one list that is for only the brand names. So each of the brands that you sell, just the brand name itself, one list that includes all of the names and basically just the single word model names and the single word skew numbers, with and without spaces. So one list that includes all of that. And you can do this in a Google spreadsheet and I recommend doing that because then you can search and find keywords that happen to be anomalies within there that you know, pushed generic traffic down. That shouldn't be going down to the low priority campaign. But any rate, so do that in a Google sheet and then transfer it over to your negative keyword, this and Google. And then the third negative keyword. This you need to make is a generic one. This is one you're going to apply to all the campaigns and it's just going to be for keywords that don't convert like used or Craigslist or Amazon or Costco or eBay or Walmart, that kind of stuff.

And then any other, generic keywords that you end up seeing in your high priority campaign that just aren't relevant to your product catalog. You might end up finding these and it's a really good idea to exclude them from all of your campaigns. You just don't want to spend money on getting that kind of traffic cause it's useless traffic cause then you'll spend money on retargeting that useless traffic and this is money wasted. So let's think about how we apply these negative keywords. So I said the generic you apply to all of them, the brands, negative keyword lists, do you have to apply to the high priority campaign? But that's going to do is that's going to make it so someone types in a brand name, it's not going to trigger your high priority campaign. It's going to your medium priority campaign.

Okay. And so you're going to be bidding on these campaigns, very low on the high priority, a little bit higher, maybe twice or three times the bid on the medium priority and then quite high on the low priority campaign because you want to show up for those products, you know, model names, the skew numbers. Now the product list, the list of products, model names and skew numbers should be applied to the high priority in the medium priority campaign so that any search queries that get entered into Google that are for modelings and skew numbers will automatically get pushed all the way down to that low priority high bid campaign and you will be able to rank highest for those. So that's the basic essence of how a Google shopping, three tiered what's called an upside down funnel or inverted funnel campaign structure is set up and it's pretty cool.

And if you want to see a complete walk through, I'm like over my shoulder, how I do it, I actually include that in my high ticket drop should be masterclass. So if you want more information on that, you can go to ecommerceparadise.com/masterclass and actually how to set it all up. And so what I usually do is, I go through and I make sure number one, that my feed, my Google shopping feed is actually correct. So there's a number of ways to, you should optimize your feed and should always be focusing on this, but you need to make sure that, you know, you're only putting it into your ads products that are profitable products that are high priced. So even if you're doing high ticket drop shipping, you might have products in your store that are from the same suppliers that are 50 or a hundred bucks or like 200 bucks.

But those products probably aren't going to be very profitable. They're not going to have a high margin, there's just not really usually worth spending money on ads to advertise those products because it's going to take away money. And from the products that are like multi thousands of dollars that have multi hundreds of dollars in profit per sale. So what I usually do is I create an automatic collection in Shopify and you know, say like, products over $500 or niche products over $500. That way you can actually go into the Google shopping feed app and you can choose just that campaign or just that collection. And so if you pull for products just from that collection, it will only put products into your feed that are over $500. And that's a good starting point because then, you know, okay, great, I'm only advertising products that are gonna make me, you know, if it's 20% on 500 bucks, it's hopefully around a hundred dollars per sale.

Okay. You don't have to do that. But I recommend doing that, especially in the beginning, just so that you can get the ball rolling and later on down the road you can start messing around with a little bit lower ticket items in the beginning, you want to get the ball rolling with some high-profit orders so that you can reinvest into your business. All right? So that's the first thing. Next thing is make sure that you optimize your feed by setting up the correct Google category. And you can do this in the Google shopping feed app. There's a few other settings that you should definitely make sure that you use. Like it asks you if you want to do all variants or first variant, only choose the first barrier because if you show all variants, the price might be higher and Google shopping just decides to show a higher price for your listing versus a competitors.

It's going to lower your click through rate and you're not going to get that sale. So first variant is always the lowest price. So you should definitely have that setting set there. And there's a few other settings as well. make sure that your feed is correctly set up. There's a good way to make it so that if your products go out of stock that you can make sure that the feed is actually set up to automatically update when those products are out of stock. And that's within the Google shopping feed app. And you can make it so that if you put a zero on the inventory that that product is out of stock, then it will actually see that and it will move that product from the feed, you know, temporarily until it's back in stock. And then you can set up a separate app like stock scene or something like that or just do it manually.

When a supplier runs out of stock on a popular product, then you're not sending ad traffic to it. You can still send ad traffic to it and deal with the back orders and stuff that you might get some, you know, pissed off customers and deal with that. And it's up to you whether you really want to deal with that or not and of course, chances are you're going to drop the order or you know, something on debt later on down the road. It's, you know, it might not really be worth doing that and especially cause you're spending money on ads still for that product. So, any rate you had that option to make the, feed update as your inventory goes in and out of stock. And that's about it for the feed. that's definitely an important part of this whole puzzle because your Google merchant center ties to Google ads and if you optimize your feed really good and merchant center's working great, then your Google ad account will work great.

So Bertrand senators, kind of the underlying foundation to your Google ad account, definitely pay lots of attention. There's a few things within Bertrand center you can do. Always check to make sure all your products are approved. First of all, they're going to requires barcodes and things like that. barcodes are really essential and if they don't, if your supplier doesn't have barcodes to add to the products, then you need to make them, Mark them as custom products within Shopify. You can do it within the app or you can do it within, the actual, I think you have to do it within the app or the feed anyway. At any rate, you can do it within the Google shopping feed app. So it's pretty simple. But a custom product basically means that nothing, no data points are going to be sent to merchant center.

So you've got to do in that case is you actually have to create custom labels and got to create a custom label for the brand. And you've got to create a custom label for the product names as well. So you know what they are. And using custom labels is really cool because then within Google ads you can actually organize your ad accounts and see what's what and you can see, you know, otherwise it's not going to tell you like the brand it's doing and you really want to get that down to the very product specific level and you know, update that bids according to what's going on with the actual product. Do you want to, you don't want to look at too broadly within your account, you want to look very specifically. So custom labels are easily done within the app or within the feed.

So you can like download your CSV file from Shopify, you can add the custom labels to it and then you can re upload it. That's possible too. But you can do it within the app as well if you're not comfortable with the CSV file thing. anyway, so your Google ad account is really cool. Once you get in there and you start messing with it and you start trying to optimize it, there's a few things you should focus on in the beginning and all throughout your ad account optimization. But especially in the beginning, focus on improving your click through rate and your CTR because your CTR is really important. Your CTR basically is a calculation between your impressions and your clicks. And so that means when somebody sees your ad, whether they click on you or competitor. Okay, so if somebody types in a product name into Google and then they see your ad, they don't click on your ad, you have to wonder to yourself why they didn't click on that ad.

It might be because the image didn't look that appealing or the name wasn't correct and maybe it just was the wrong product showing up all together. So a good way to improve CTR is number one, make sure your product name, like the brand name, the model name, the skew number, that product category, keyword are within your product listing at least two or three, maybe four different times and different variations. Okay. And make sure that any relevant keywords are included as well. So keyword optimize your descriptions on your product pages or it's going to help improve your feed, which is going to help him make sure that the right product shows up for the right search period and that you know that will obviously greatly enhance your CTR. Okay. So if you go into your account, you see that a lot of your products have like 0.2 or three or four CTR, then you probably need to the descriptions for keywords first and then go back and then you know you can raise bids.

But most of the time people are just like, Oh, I'm just going to raise the bids and be more competitive. Well that's probably not the best place to start. You need to actually optimize the content, your description first anyway. A CTR is really important too because Google is going to determine your cost per click based on what you, how you know, how good your product listing is and how many people are actually clicking on it when they see it. If, you know, don't, people don't really click on it that often and stuff or whatever, it's the wrong product. People will click in and then maybe leave. They're going to charge you more if they see that your listing is getting clicked a lot. People stay and you know, the standard site all long time and maybe you know, purchase and stuff like that.

If they see that happening, they're going to charge you a lower cost per click, which is great. So you'll get rewarded by Google for that kind of stuff, which is awesome. So CTR is one of the best things to focus on improving. And that's a couple of ways. Another good way is to make sure that your product images are appealing. So, you know, check out your competitors and you just, you know, do like your consumer and type into Google the product name and see what your competitors pictures are like and try to improve upon it. If it's you know, it's okay, picture could use improvements, go ahead and do it now. Make sure you don't add any like flashy things to it, like a text or you know, badges and things like that cause those things are actually allowed by Google shopping.

But regardless of that, you can still improve the picture a bit and make sure that people are more likely to click on yours. you know, sometimes people include a picture of the product only. Sometimes they have like a lifestyle picture of the product. So just play around with it, see what gets a higher CTR. All right. And then obviously you want to make sure that you're checking your search terms. Maybe it's not so obvious to beginners, but a search terms are the part of Google shopping ads that are just going to tell you exactly what terms people are typing in that see your ads. And especially the ones that convert are really important. So always be checking your campaigns and seeing what search terms are showing up. There should only be category level generic keywords. Turn up in your generic campaign. There should only be brand keywords or brand plus product category keywords in your brand's campaign.

And there should only be model names or skew numbers or keywords with variations of that within your products campaign. If you see generic keywords popping up in your products campaign, if to check your negative keyword list, see what negative keyword is, pushing those products down and delete that negative keyword or change it or update it or add the brand name to it or something like that. And then, that shouldn't happen again. So search terms are important, a great way to know what search term is actually pulling up exactly which ad is actually to go in there and create a separate ad group for every single product. It does sound very tedious, but if you have a VA, maybe you can go ahead and do this, but within your search terms, what's going to happen is it'll tell you what's search term pulled up, but it's not going to tell you exactly what product pulled up.

It'll just say the ad group that it pulled up. And if you have all your products under one ad group, then it's not going to tell you what product. So to make sure that the search terms are actually pulling up the right products, then you need to go through and break out your feed and make a separate ad group with just one product in it. So an ad group for each product, you have hundreds of products, you're gonna have to make hundreds of ad groups and this is for every single campaign for each of the three campaigns. but once you do that and your traffic is, and they're working, they're working properly, then you'll see exactly what search terms are pointed up, exactly which products in the ads. And that way you can determine, make sure, double-check within the backend that they are actually pulling up the correct products.

And that way if they're not, you can of course then know immediately, Hey, I need to go and optimize the keywords in that product description and improve the feed a bit more. So Google knows exactly what this product page is all about. All right? So those are some great ways to improve your ads. Let's talk about bids. Now. Bidding strategies is a really important thing to know. Your goal of course, is to get as many sales as possible with the lowest bid as possible, but it's not always possible. Sometimes, you know, competitors bid high and this is a bidding system, right? It sometimes bidding Wars happen. it's an auction format. So just know that all this stuff happens instantly within Google. It's pretty crazy how it all works, but they calculate so much stuff on an instant and they show ads. So all you need to do really is consider number one, the traffic you're getting, what's the most important traffic?

It's always the bottom of the funnel traffic. And then those people that are typing in product level queries, you need to be bidding the highest on that. And you know, the average I've seen across multiple niches, it's about a dollar per click, a little bit more, a little bit less. Sometimes. It really depends on the niche. It really depends on the competitiveness. When you see big box stores advertising and and a ton of niche stores advertising, sometimes they'd CPCs way higher when you don't see too many stores competing, then yeah, the C PCs can definitely be a lot lower. When I first entered the electric bike niche, for instance the CPC on a product campaign that was getting sales was like 30 cents or something and now it's like a buck 20. So it got way competitive and it's a lot harder to compete now that more expensive to do it.

But then you're right, it is possible. You just have to make sure you understand that when you're checking your bids, check them for CTR. You just want to look and make sure that you're getting over a 1% CTR, 5% or 10% CTRs. Awesome. There's also other metrics you can look at like search, impression, share, click share, a search, [inaudible] search, last [inaudible] rank. And those will tell you if you're showing up above your competitors or not, that kind of stuff in the shopping ads and you can just do a manual check as well and just kind of see where you're showing up. put a VPN and put yourself in multiple cities across the States and just see where you're showing up. All right, so bidding up and bidding down. when you see that a product is getting lots of traffic, lots of clicks and stuff like that, but no conversions, go focus on improving the product page, as much as possible because there's lots of traffic.

Then hopefully you should start seeing conversions on that. If you get a lot of products that just aren't seeing any traffic whatsoever, again, you probably need to keyword optimize the product page at least to make sure Google knows what that product page is all about first and then go and raise your bids on those until they start getting traffic. and if they just don't get traffic, then it could just be one of those things where there's just not a whole lot of traffic going on for those listings. So, you know, that does happen sometimes, unfortunately. That's pretty much the gist of optimizing an ad account, for Google shopping ads. The next thing would be search text ads. So search ads are the opposite of shopping ads. You actually get to choose exactly which keyword to target and you have to write the copy yourself.

Whereas Google shopping ads, you don't get to choose the keywords you target and they write the copy for you. There isn't much copy, but they do the listing for you. So search techs as it's going to be a Do it yourself kind of a thing. ad copy is pretty simple. The right, you know, it's just, you know, a few simple things. Hey, free shipping, lower 48 or something like that. a special discount by now or something like that. You know, just, just add some USP stuff, some unique selling proposition stuff in there. And make sure you use the product title of course, and the brand name, the entire exact product title and use something special like a free shipping or flash sale or you know, buy now or on sale or whatever, something to catch the eye and search text ads should show up on the first page at the top if you bid high enough.

And so if you're in the shopping ads and the search Tex has and you happen to be in the organics, it's very likely you'll get most of the traffic that's coming through Google and you're most likely to get most of the sales if your website is very optimized. So once you start seeing products that are getting conversions and lots of traffic, I would say definitely make search text ads for those. So you just have to take the same keywords you're using as negative keywords and apply them as positive keywords to a search text ad campaign. So it's pretty simple. So definitely do that. And the next thing you want to do is focus on remarketing. So there's lots of different ways to do remarketing in Google. You can do dynamic remarketing ads, you can do static remarketing ads, you can do your marketing search ads and you should definitely dive into all of those.

You're gonna have to create the audiences first, but you can actually do through the Google shopping app and they create the remarketing audiences for you, which is awesome. Now, so you should do that right away when you first started. And, using the audiences over time, they'll build up. You can then retarget them and you'll see a way better conversion rate and you start retargeting all the time. And of course have a good Facebook ad retargeting campaign in place. I often just use retarget app because we target app makes it really simple to set up an ad that just, you know, shows to your customers up to 30 days after they've viewed a product on your site, that kind of stuff. And so it doesn't cost too much. It's like 10, 20 bucks a day to start. And that's a great way to go.

I look forward to helping you become successful with high-ticket drop shipping, being able to cover your monthly expenses so you can quit your 9-5 job, and working comfortably from home...

 

If you have any questions about anything feel free to comment and I'll personally reply back to you.

 

Cheers,

 

Trevor Fenner

Founder of eCommerce Paradise




eCommerce Paradise was created by Trevor Fenner of Seattle, Washington in 2015 to help you, the entrepreneur, to start and scale your own eCommerce business selling high-ticket products online with the drop shipping fulfillment method so you can make more profit per sale, have a sustainable and evergreen online business, get started with very little upfront investment, and live a location independent lifestyle. Trevor owns multiple 7-figure High-Ticket Drop Shipping eCommerce stores and is a digital nomad, traveling the world while working remotely with the help of his team of over 10 virtual assistants from around the world. Trevor is currently located in Bali, Indonesia. Trevor is also a passionate skateboarder, surfer, scuba diver, photographer, environmentalist, outdoorsman, fitness and tattoo enthusiast.





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