Drop Shipping on FaceBook really comes down to one thing.
Launching as many FaceBook Campaigns as you can.
Each Campaign should be a specific product + laser targeted audience.
All the other things shouldn’t matter as much.
Things like making a FaceBook page. You shouldn’t spend too much time on this.
I get it, many of us are perfectionists and we want to get everything right but the reality is a FaceBook page doesn’t matter much when it comes to selling products.
I’ve sold 1000’s of products on a brand new FaceBook page.
What matters is the product + targeting.
Although not much, you do need a few things to get started.
This model is basically throwing traffic at different products and seeing which convert the best.
I want to get a bit more into the nitty gritty details of this model.
I had heard the term plenty of times before I sat there and took note of it.
Reason being, it sounded complicated so I never looked into it.
But in reality the concept is quite simple.
Basically, you facilitate the sale but have nothing to do with the physical manufacturing, logistics and delivery of the product.
Damn, I can’t update this blog with content as regularly as I want to. I’m overseas and finding it hard to get some work done.
Nonetheless, I’ve made around 40 Shopify Drop Shipping video tutorials that are currently located in our ecomuniverse forum but it’s killing me that my blog readers can’t benefit from them!
Starting from tomorrow I’ll be posting each one of them here and making a database for DropShipping Tutorials just like I did with Teespring!
Topics will include,