• Anton Kraly says:

      You’ve got this Mary 💪

  • I would like to learn drop shipping online business

  • Hey Anton,

    Thanks for this.

    So I have a question. I picked the scuba diving niche and I built out everything, set up the website, emails, analytics, etc.

    But when I started calling suppliers, most of the suppliers that dominate the market work with only companies who have a physical warehouse.

    Some of them sent me forms to fill etc. but almost all of them had minimum order requirements, line of credit, previous business references and a need for a physical warehouse.

    I also realized that out of the competitor websites, there are no online ONLY stores.

    Should I change my niche and start over?

    Please help.

    • You’re welcome, Vishnu!

      Before changing your niche and starting over, be sure to go through the entire Drop Ship Blueprint (especially Module 2 and 4 on Market Research and Getting Drop Ship Suppliers).

      This will give you all of the information that you need to make sure you don’t waste time on niches (and suppliers) who require a physical location.

      Hope that helps!

      P.S. If you are not yet enrolled in Drop Ship Lifestyle (which includes the Drop Ship Blueprint), you can do so by clicking here.

  • Hi Anton, you mentioned, “…or felt in over your head while creating a Google Ads account,…”, I’m at the point where my Google Ads budget is expensive and it’s making me want to give up.

    I think you mentioned in your other blog post that we should start at $1000 for Google Ads, do you recommend continuing to spend $1000 per month on Google Ads?

    Since I’m on a tight budget, it’s even difficult to spend at least $300 per month on Google Ads. Your thoughts please?

    • Anton Kraly says:

      Hey J,

      If the ad budget is an issue in the beginning you can start with free traffic sources as you build up a bankroll.

      Here is a video I created sharing different strategies you can use to get free traffic to your dropshipping store.

      How to Drive FREE Traffic to Your Shopify Store

  • John liuzza says:

    Is this Business similar to Kreative

  • Hey Everyone,

    As many of you already know I created Drop Ship Lifestyle after selling a network of eCommerce stores and then trying to find a community of other store owners to network with… What I found was a bunch of scammers who promised newbies they would get rich quick by following their push-button systems!

    This led me to create a new community along with an online training program that shares how to build a REAL online business.

    I’d love to hear what you think… it’s a 2.5-hour training designed to help you dropship profitably… all for free.

    Be sure to click here to check it out and send me your feedback!

    If you go through the “How To Start & Grow A Hyper-Profitable Online Store” webinar and still have questions just contact me and I will help you out.

    • Hey Anton. Thank you for what you are doing and God richly bless you. I have a question on how to factor in all my monthly cost into the price of my product so I can make profit. Factors like ads cost, Shopify subscription plan cost, Shopify apps cost, shipping cost, tax and all that can be part of my monthly cost. Thank you.

      • Thank you, Frank!

        Costs like shipping and tax are variable expenses (meaning you pay for them only when you make sales).

        Regarding ads, they are technically a variable expense but I would still budget $100 – $200/month when first starting out. While I cannot legally make any income claims, that should be enough to have you profitable within 30 days if you’re following my Drop Ship Lifestyle system.

        Regarding the fixed expenses like Shopify and apps, it will be less than $50/month so you can plan for that.

        Hope that helps!

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