Nick Peroni will show you how to create simple, one product stores that make you $1,000 a day, without hard costs or complicated tech. And you can be doing this in just a few short weeks, or so he says in his latest Facebook ad. Read on for my full Ecom Empires review.
After clicking Nick’s ad and entering my email, I watched his presentation. It opens with Nick showing you a relatively new Shopify store that he took from zero to about $4,700 per day, just in the first week, alone. A few months later, he had scaled to over seven figures. Even better, Nick explains, is the fact that this store is only selling a single product.
Nick says, what sets him apart is that his dropshipping training is current, proven, and simple. Which isn’t always the case with his competitors. This has allowed Nick to go from serving in the army to leading a group of over 93,000 aspiring dropshippers in his Ecom Empires Facebook group. “I’ve arguably been responsible for more dropship success stories than almost anyone else in the world at this point,” he humble-brags.
From there, Nick wastes quite a bit of time retelling his rags-to-riches story and sharing student wins and telling us what he’s about to tell us. For me, while he seems credible, all this fluff and positioning is a big turnoff. Just get to the point. Show us one of these blockbuster products already, Nick!
Eventually he does. Well, sort of. Nick walks us through a demo site for a hair curler, pointing out how, by creating a one product micro-brand, you can build more trust, justify a higher price, dial-in your advertising, and optimize conversions.
But how do you find that home run product? You don’t. You focus on out-marketing the competition for whichever product you choose. This subtle mindset shift is what takes luck out of the equation and puts you in full control of your destiny as a dropshipper, Nick explains.
How do you drive traffic to your store and get sales, though, right? Nick uses Facebook ads. He starts out with a tiny $5 a day budget. He proves the audience first, then scales up. It’s as easy as hitting duplicate on winning campaigns, while turning off the losers.
Nick shows off sample ads that he says would perform well on Facebook, and why. Props for that. But he glosses over the complexity of setting up these ads. And how expensive they can be. And how often digital marketers get their ad accounts shut down.
The rest of the video is Nick pitching his One Product Profits course. It’s essentially a case study of his aforementioned store. The cost is $997 and there’s a 30 day action-based guarantee. Meaning, you’d have to show you went through all the modules and completed each step in order to get your money back. Better than nothing I suppose.
Some things to think about. Is this Nick’s only successful product? It seems like the minute he had his big breakthrough, he graduated straight to guru. Does dropshipping from other countries (especially China) even work post-Covid? What’s the lag time on shipping?
And are customers even happy with these (oftentimes) low quality products? Are you inundated with complaints and refund requests? What about competition? Aren’t there hundreds of dropshipping courses, each with hundreds (and sometimes, thousands) of students, all doing the same thing? Maybe you should compare dropshipping to what we do before you go. Click below.
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