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Drop Servicing Blueprint Review (Dylan Sigley)

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Dylan Sigley has an interesting YouTube ad. He compares drop shipping to drop servicing. With the former, you need to sell thousands of units each month just to net a few grand. Whereas, drop servicers can do that with just a few clients. Plus, drop shipping is nearing saturation. And with ad accounts going down and copycats shamelessly stealing what works, the future of drop shipping is questionable at best, says Sigley.

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So if his ad successfully spooked you out of doing drop shipping, he’d like you to consider dropservicing as an alternative. “You can have clients paying you $1,000, $3,000, $6,000 per month to deliver high quality services,” claims Dylan. Even better, you don’t have to know the first thing about these services, nor do you have to fulfill on them yourself, he adds. Oh, and you won’t have to talk to the client at any stage during this entire process.

Sound crazy? It’s not, Dylan assures us. Here’s how it works. Step one: put your offer in front of potential clients. Step two: funnel them into your automatic sales system. And then, step three: outsource the delivery to your virtual team. Dylan says that’s all he and his business partner, Kevin, do in their various drop servicing businesses.

And they’ll show you how to do the same in a free two hour training. They’ll also reveal what they did to launch a new drop servicing business and pocket $12,000 in less than a week. Finally, they’ll teach you their proven method for driving free traffic to any drop servicing website they create. At the end of that training, obviously, they’ll pitch you their course.

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Drop Servicing Blueprint is a six week, click by click video training that schools you on dropservicing. Included are the very mindsets, methods, strategies, and tactics Dylan and Kevin use to run their respective six figure drop servicing businesses. There’s over 30 hours of content. High-converting sales scripts, ads, email drips, and templates. Unlimited support and mentoring via a private Facebook group and weekly Q&A calls. And a couple of bonuses, including a 7 Day Accelerator to help you land your first deals “fast and for free.”

Dropservicing Blueprint costs $997. There’s a 30 day money-back guarantee. Thus far, Dylan has managed to keep a squeaky clean reputation online. That’s hard to do in an industry where the majority of people think every course and coaching program is a scam. At the time of writing this review, Drop Servicing Blueprint is averaging 4.8/5 stars on Trustpilot. Always take those with a grain of salt because they’re easy to manipulate, but still. Better than seeing a bunch of angry people complaining about not being able to get their refund, right?

Overall, Drop Servicing Blueprint seems like a course worth considering. Me personally, I’d rather learn a high demand skill and be involved in the fulfillment myself. I’m not saying I enjoy all the monotony, or that I wouldn’t consider hiring a virtual assistant to help out, but I do think it’s a little reckless to build an entire business around a service you know nothing about. So that’s my only thing. Just make sure you’re learning along the way. If you never master anything yourself, why would the business even need you? Future-proof your profits by pursuing mastery in whatever it is you sell. There’s my two pennies.

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