Read These Five Books That Made Me a Millionaire Before 30

I’ve made millions of dollars online — but I didn’t do it alone. In fact, no one can do it alone. When you’re just starting out on any business venture, it helps to have mentors to guide you. People who have tried, failed, and forged through for success. It’s not always possible to have a mentor, however, which is why it’s great when someone distills their experience — or the experiences of other people — into a book. For years, I’ve read at least a book a week, including these five books that made me a millionaire. It puts me inside the mind of experts and advanced thinkers, exposing me to new ideas and ways of thinking. 

As an entrepreneur, books are one of the best investments you can make in yourself. They’re inexpensive and are often packed with knowledge and actionable advice you can use to learn, grow, and improve yourself. In this post, I’m going to talk about five books that made me a millionaire before I turned 30. I may have read them when I was young, but they can help people of any age become more successful. 

If I could have five books, forever, without any others, these would be the five. You may not have heard of some, but I promise you they will absolutely change your life.

1. Atlas Shrugged 

Screen grab of Peter Pru talking about Atlas Shrugged

This novel took me six months to get through. I first read it on my honeymoon in Greece and could not put it down. It was that gripping and effective. 

People have made movies based on this book. They’re all terrible. Stick with the original work if you want to absorb the key concepts and messages in its pages. 

The main concept you should take away from this book is to shift your mindset in life from being a consumer to being a producer. Most people drift through life endlessly consuming things: TV, food, clothing, or cars. The producers in this world are the ones that make all the money. 

This is something of a controversial book, but those are the ones most worth reading. Find this one today. It will take some time to work your way through it, but it will change the way you think about life. 

2. Breakthrough Advertising

This is the “Bible” of everything you need to know about advertising, sales, marketing, and persuasion. That’s a market flooded with resources and books on these topics, but this is the top one. Today you’ve got so many people telling you how to make money online. If you ask most of them, they’ll say this is on their bookshelf. 

It’s hard to find. I used to flip them for $300 a copy, dropshipping them from the direct supplier. That’s how in-demand it is. 

This is a masterclass in so many topics related to effective advertising, like writing copy. When I go through my copy of this book, every page has highlighted text on it. It’s dripping with value. 

A word of warning: it’s not a book you go through and read 20 pages at a time. You’ll find it better to read one page, let the concepts marinate in your head, and then go to another page the next day. 

3. No B.S. Wealth Attraction

Man reading an ebook on a tablet at home

The author of this book, Dan Kennedy, is someone I consider a mentor. He’s a legend in terms of not just marketing and advertising but also mindset and money. 

This is my favorite book of his many great ones. It will help you shift your “lack of abundance” mindset when it comes to wealth and money. Kennedy’s words show that creating wealth is about much more than action, though that’s a huge part of it. It also greatly depends on how you think about money and your ability to create wealth. 

Kennedy also offers a six-hour video crash course on YouTube. I highly recommend checking that out, as well. 

4. The 48 Laws of Power

Screen grab of Peter Pru discussing the 48 Laws of Power

Robert Greene, the book’s author, has some other phenomenal work about social dynamics. This is a tough book to get through, as each chapter contains a different lesson packed with dense details. It contains stories from throughout history meant to demonstrate Greene’s specific point in each chapter and is dry at times. 

So how can you make it through this book, which can sometimes feel like a history or social studies textbook from high school? 

My recommendation is to get the audiobook to follow along with the book as you’re reading it. It teaches a lot of valuable best practices in how to succeed in today’s world. 

Plus, listening to the audiobook helps the stories resonate more as you experience them in another format. The lessons are well worth experiencing, so do whatever you can to get your hands on and read this book. (If you love audiobooks, that’s a great way to get through any of these five books that made me a millionaire.)

5. The 12 Month Millionaire

This one is a big book that is also controversial. Written by Vincent James, it has valuable lessons on every page. 

Why is it controversial? It’s because the author went to jail. But that doesn’t mean you should discount his experience and knowledge. In this book, he documented exactly how he made $100 million. He outlines the steps he took to build wealth quickly. 

I’d say those are lessons worth learning, no? 

It’s hard to get your hands on a copy of this one. You may have to find a PDF copy on eBay. There’s a good reason why it’s so in demand, though. It provides you with a blueprint for how to make $100 million.

That’s not to say it will be easy for you after reading this, but it at least gives you the informational infrastructure you can use to succeed.

I can’t recommend these five books that made me a millionaire highly enough. Reading them in and of itself won’t make you wealthy — you still need to take action. But they’ll give you plenty of useful life lessons and best practices you can then leverage into creating your own empire.  

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What You Need to Know About Unprofitable Facebook Ads and Dropshipping

Many businesses rely on unprofitable Facebook ads to create their dropshipping business. However, this strategy doesn’t work. Facebook’s entire business is predicated on you buying ads from them. They will never give you the tools to be so successful you won’t need them anymore. They’d be damaging their own business, and they aren’t going to put you ahead of themselves. 

You need to find a way to use unprofitable Facebook ads properly, and that means seeing them as a tool to create free traffic rather than relying on them to make a profit. This guide will give you a peek behind the scenes of Facebook and explain how the algorithm can keep you reliant on their ads instead of giving you the ability to break free and become successful.

Why You Can’t Use Unprofitable Facebook Ads to Make Money

Screen grab of Peter Pru discussing how Facebook is a business

Facebook is a business itself, and the money it makes comes from your ads. It’s challenging to balance the amount you are paying for your ads on Facebook and the profit they produce. If you are actually successful and make a fortune on your Facebook ads, you’ll be able to afford more effective ad spaces, and you’ll stop using Facebook. It isn’t in Facebook’s best interest to allow you to make the kind of profit where you will be as successful as you desire.

Facebook’s algorithm doesn’t try to make you successful. Instead, it keeps you reliant on their ad space for customers. Facebook ads should therefore not be used to make money but to gather data to monetize your information.

The Key to Your Success Is Free Traffic

As long as you are paying other businesses to funnel people to your site, you are not making the kind of profit that you need. The key to creating your own business is to use the algorithms that other businesses use to your advantage. 

For example, gather data on your customers (just like social media sites do), so you don’t have to pay for ads on these sites. Instead, you can use the data directly and gain free traffic to your site. Any site that you buy ad space on needs to find a healthy balance between your success and their success. You will never come out on top in this balancing act.

Paid Advertising Can’t Be Your Only Way to Earn Money

Facebook optimizes its ads to meet whatever your cart value is, so you never quite get ahead of the algorithm. So, for example, if your average cart value is 20 dollars, Facebook will try to funnel you $20 customers. Still, as your business grows, instead of funneling you more customers, Facebook will optimize the ads so what your customer spends matches your new cart value.

With advertising as your main expense, you need Facebook to be sending you customers who have varying levels of spending — but they don’t. They’ll always match the type of customer they send you to your average cart value. They want to keep you dependent on their ads. That’s how they make money. They always try to balance your cart value with your average cost per purchase to keep you dependent on their ads.

Your Net Profit Will Not Increase by Spending More Money on Unprofitable Facebook Ads

Peter Pru discussing how Facebook ads can scale unprofitably

Facebook won’t help you get ahead to the point where you don’t need their platform anymore. They are going to continue to optimize your ads so as you make more money, you are also paying more per customer. They make their money off you purchasing their ads, and they will not prioritize you over themselves. It can feel like they’re keeping you on a treadmill.

As the customers you funnel into your business grow in value, the more you pay to attract those customers. It never ends. The more money you make, the more profitable businesses you will be facing when you bid for Facebook ads. Facebook ensures that everything scales in their favor so that you never make the profit you need to break out of your dependence on their platform.

The Secret Is to Do Your Own Optimization and Gather Your Own Data

If you are going to make real money on your dropshipping business, you need to get off this treadmill and make yourself some real money. You need to be able to control how much you spend on ads. Also, you need to decide how to use the information you get to make the ads work for you. The purpose of the ads will not be to make you money. The purpose of the ads is to gather valuable data instead. Then you can use it to funnel the type of customers you want to your site.

You want to be off of the Facebook treadmill as soon as you can. You might still use Facebook ads, but you won’t be using those ads as the entire marketing foundation for your dropshipping business. Instead, you’ll be using those ads to gather your own data and create your own audiences. It’s the only way you’ll ever get off the treadmill and make a decent profit.

How Ecommerce Empire Builders Can Help

Dropshipper using data from unprofitable Facebook ads to analyze traffic

Don’t use unprofitable Facebook ads as your only tool in starting your dropshipping business. Don’t set yourself up to fail! Use them to funnel sales to your website, but don’t rely on them for success. I have started businesses before, and I can help you start yours. Our team of eCommerce experts builds eCommerce websites with the right processes to streamline your conversions, traffic, and revenue.

We will teach you how to build your eCommerce empire by signing up for our training program taught by experts. When you have your own business and the insights to run it, you won’t constantly be stuck on a never-ending treadmill where your cart value always equals your cost per customer. If you want to know how to start and market your own business, click here to reserve a seat at our webinar. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel for more insights and ad strategies. Tagged : / / / /

Triple Your Profits With These Simple eCommerce Hacks

Welcome back, Empire Builders! If you have a Shopify or sales funnel dropshipping store, but you’re struggling to make it profitable, then you’re in luck. That’s the topic we’ll be covering today. I asked my Lead Client Success Manager, Steve, to share some insights with you guys, and he was kind enough to agree to share these simple eCommerce hacks.

He made a video taking you behind the scenes, not only to show you why so many businesses are struggling to make a profit but, more importantly, how you can overcome these issues. This article will cover some highlights of his presentation, but make sure to watch the video to get the full scoop. Let’s jump right in!

The 3 Keys to Increased Profitability

It’s important to evaluate your core business practices to make your dropshipping business more profitable. To do this, there are three key points we’re going to cover:

  1. Understanding Your Gross Margin
  2. Knowing Your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  3. Funnel and Ad Optimization

Let’s dig into each of them individually and talk about simple eCommerce hacks to become more profitable.

1. Understanding Your Gross Margin

Dropshipper analyzing spreadsheets to find his gross profit margins

Basically, your gross margin is just the revenue from your total sales minus your cost of goods sold (COGS). For example, if you make $30 selling a product that costs you $7.50, your gross margin would be $22.50. From that, you can calculate your gross margin percentage.

Your gross margin percentage describes the percentage of your revenue that’s made up only of profit. To calculate that, you just divide your gross margin, $22.50, by the sales revenue, $30, which gives you 0.75 or 75%. The higher your gross margin is, the more profit you’re making. Higher profits make your business more competitive.

It’s important not to mix up your gross margin and your net margin. Remember, your gross margin is just revenue minus cost. It doesn’t account for other business expenses like payroll or ads. Those things would factor into your net margin, which we won’t be covering today.

2. Knowing Your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are important metrics for understanding how your business is doing. One of the most vital eCommerce KPIs is how much you can afford to pay to acquire a customer, like the amount you could afford to spend on Facebook ads to get a sale, for example.

The reason this is so important is that whoever can afford to spend more on customer acquisition will win more auctions, get more views, and ultimately, make more sales. So, the more you can afford to raise your customer acquisition cost, the faster you can scale your business.

To calculate this, subtract your average COGS from your average order value (AOV). This will be a pretty accurate measure of the upfront ad costs you can afford to acquire a customer. Your AOV only includes the average value of initial orders, not including subscriptions or other subsequent purchases. Further down the line as your business grows, you’ll calculate your customer lifetime value (LTV) which will include those things.

3. Funnel and Ad Optimization

Screen grab of Steve discussing ways to assess ad creative

Optimizing your ads is also a critical factor if you’re going to make your dropshipping business more profitable. To do this, you’ll want to start by testing the creative of your Facebook ads. There are different types of creative, including things like showing products in use, user-generated content, and product reviews.

The next important thing to test is the first three seconds of the ad. If you don’t hook the customer in those first few seconds, they’ll likely just keep scrolling. That’s how long you have to get their attention to have any chance at a sale. Keep testing until you find a hook that works.

After that, test out your images or thumbnails. How well the images work will depend on the product and the audience. Some products can do really well with just static images. Other product ads will need a video to really work, though, so test different images, videos, and thumbnails to find out.

The following thing you should optimize is your sales angle. How you style your offer is important and will change how effective the ad is. Common tactics include discounts, BOGO sales, and free shipping. Test them all thoroughly to make sure you’re getting the best results.

Finally, test the audiences for the ads. I recommend testing 20-30. Once your ads are optimized, you’ll also want to optimize your funnel. There are two main things to test here. First, test your hero image. I prefer a lifestyle image of the product in use. Then, test out different headline types.  

Get Started Incorporating These Simple eCommerce Hacks

Screen grab of Steve discussing funnel optimization

Assessing these things is important because you have to stay on top of how the business is doing. When dropshipping businesses don’t know their gross margin or the customer acquisition cost they can afford, there’s no way to know if they’re making money or spending the right amount. Some businesses don’t check these consistently and suddenly realize they’re losing a lot of money. If you can keep up with them, it’s a very profitable habit.

Once you know what you can afford to spend on ads, you have to optimize them. There’s no use spending money on ads that don’t work. The same goes for your funnel. If you’re creating effective ads that get clicks, the money is still wasted if they leave as soon as they hit your funnel landing page. But if you keep on top of these profitability keys and ensure everything’s working together, you’ll get the most out of your business and start increasing profits.  

If you follow Steve’s simple eCommerce hacks, it should really help you make your business more profitable. I hope you enjoyed this article and get a lot out of it. If you’d like to take the next step down the road to making your business a success, check out my FREE webinar to learn about how I started making a full-time income online without needing to build a website or touch a product! Also, subscribe to my YouTube channel for even more simple eCommerce hacks and insights. Tagged : / / / /

How to Make $250 a Day Online Without a Website

Are you wondering how to make $250 a day online, all for free and without a website? Facebook Marketplace dropshipping could be your ideal solution. 

As a Facebook dropshipper, you can make thousands of dollars promoting trending products from eCommerce sites such as Etsy, Amazon, eBay, and more. All you have to do is choose a trending product with a substantial value, such as furniture and other handmade products, and begin promoting it on Facebook Marketplace at a substantial profit.

With Etsy’s more than 4.3 million active sellers, the marketplace seems to be a goldmine for high-quality products. That’s why Etsy dropshipping often seems too good to be true. For instance, you could source quality handmade furniture for about $1,000 and sell it on Facebook Marketplace for as much as $1,250, making a profit of $250 on the spot. 

Facebook Marketplace Dropshipping Options for How to Make $250 a Day

Dropshipping is a business model that suits risk-averse entrepreneurs looking to begin an eCommerce business without the need to manufacture products, carry inventory, or ship the items to their customers.

Although you can opt for Shopify dropshipping, Amazon dropshipping, or eBay dropshipping, many people tend to prefer Etsy dropshipping for a variety of reasons, including:

  • The opportunity to sell handmade products: Etsy dropshipping allows you to sell a variety of handmade products which other popular dropshipping platforms don’t provide. So, you can sell unique and pricier products such as knitted blankets, handmade furniture, and other crafts.
  • Etsy is rich in certain niche-based products: If you want to sell handmade goods, wedding products, and printables, Etsy is an excellent marketplace for those niches. You might also be interested in dropshipping digital products or wedding accessories.

Why You Should Focus on How to Make $250 a Day by Dropshipping on Facebook 

Screen grab of Peter Pru on Etsy

Online store owners often spend a lot of money to reach out to new customers. However, Facebook boasts of more than 2.8 billion users, with most of them active several times each day. This creates a ready pool of potential buyers to reach out to with your products without spending a coin.

Besides, many marketing activities, such as gaining followers and posting content, are completely free on Facebook. Since some eCommerce platforms such as Etsy have one-click apps for linking products to Facebook, you can keep your product descriptions and inventory updated in real time.

If you want to reach a wider audience, Facebook advertising is quite inexpensive. Targeted ads can pull directly from your Facebook Marketplace. That means you don’t spend money advertising to users who have never shown interest in your products.

The Facebook marketplace customization tools are also pretty respectable. You can create a beautiful, clean storefront that showcases your products in different galleries. Additionally, you can leverage Facebook Insights to understand how customers respond to your products and posts. Typically, the infrastructure is set up for you, so you won’t need to worry about creating your payment gateway landing page. 

How to Sell on Facebook Marketplace for Free

Screen grab of Peter Pru showing how to use Facebook Marketplace

Once you know how to make $250 a day, it might be time to scale up your eCommerce business. In fact, it’s highly recommended that you automate your dropshipping business to break new barriers with your monthly earnings. However, if you’re in it for the short-term or want to make some extra dollars with a side hustle, you could manually import products to your Facebook Marketplace. 

Note that the process consumes quite some time when importing multiple products. Also, you’ll have to regularly refresh your supplier’s pages to make sure the stock levels and prices haven’t changed.

Having said that, here is how to import products to your Facebook Marketplace and begin your dropshipping business:

  • First, go to Facebook Marketplace and click ‘Create New Listing.’ 
  • When prompted for images of the product, grab the product images from Etsy or other eCommerce platforms that you want to sell from. You can either download and upload the photos or simply take screenshots.
  • When asked for the product description, simply copy the description from Etsy and paste it into Facebook. Do the same for the title, or create your own engaging title to encourage click-through.
  • Next, choose the right category. Set the condition to new and type in the brand name. Alternatively, you can simply name it “Branded” if you don’t want to disclose the brand details.

Pricing and Order Processing

When it comes to pricing, you’ll need to check the price from Etsy. Then increase it enough to cover your profit and the Facebook Marketplace 5% fee. Under Availability, select ‘List as in Stock’ to ensure you can continue selling the same product even after the listed item sells. Otherwise, the system will indicate “out of stock” status after a single sale. Once the item sells, head over to Etsy, add the item to the cart, and begin the checkout process. 

When prompted to key in the billing address, put your address. However, in the shipping address, use the customer’s address as placed on Facebook Marketplace. Now, here is the cool thing. Etsy will ship the item directly to your customer without you having to touch or handle the package.

Wrapping Up Our Thoughts on How to Make $250 a Day Online

Dropshipper considering different strategies for how to make $250 online

To wrap it up, Facebook Marketplace dropshipping is a simple way to make $250 or more per day. You can do this without having a website or setting up a sophisticated ecommerce site. It is fun, exciting, and highly profitable! If you’ve looking for a perfect side hustle that’s seamless to run at home and profitable enough to earn you a decent income, then you need to give Facebook Marketplace a try. 

At Ecommerce Empire Builders, we can teach you how to stand out in the eCommerce space. Our experts can help you launch and scale your profitable eCommerce business. So register now to learn how to grow your own wildly profitable eCommerce business without a website or any past experience! For more insights and tips, also subscribe to my YouTube channel. Tagged : / / / / /

How Much Money Dropshippers Can Make in One Month

If you’re new to dropshipping and want to find out how much money dropshippers can make within just one month, here we’ll look at one of our private clients and their results after a 30-day period. Their performance in their first month can give you an idea of how much you can actually earn in that amount of time as a newcomer. 

This particular client managed to make $2,500 in their first month, and we’ll review what they did right to get them there, along with what they did wrong. You can then implement what works in your own strategy to potentially see even more monthly earnings.

Many people just starting out with dropshipping come across people claiming to make tens of thousands or even millions on a monthly basis. But it’s important to stay realistic. In reviewing this specific client, we’ll go into detail about how much money dropshippers can make at the start.

How Much Money Dropshippers Can Make: Our Client’s First Month and the Stats Behind It

Before getting into our client’s stats and exploring their strategy, we can’t stress enough the importance of setting specific goals for your dropshipping business. Consider whether you want to get into dropshipping full-time, or if it’s strictly going to be a side hustle for the purpose of earning passive income

Either strategy can work, but it’s crucial to decide which to pursue at the beginning before you start building your business. Approaching dropshipping as a side project can help you make some extra money. But turning it into a full-time effort will take a lot of work (albeit rewarding work).

With that in mind, let’s review what our client did to succeed in one of their early months.

Looking at the stats for our client over the course of May, they made just shy of $2,500 using a two-step dropshipping sales funnel. This amount is pretty good for dropshippers who are new to this industry. As we take these earnings into account, there are certain stats to pay attention to. They include:

Opt-In Rate

The first stat to look at is the opt-in rate, which is critical. This client had a 53.17% opt-in rate throughout May, totaling 746 email addresses collected. This is an impressive number, as we believe that dropshippers should be making around a dollar per email. 

By continually marketing to these leads, dropshippers can maximize each lead’s customer lifetime value (CLV) as they come back for both initial and repeat purchases. You’re essentially throwing away free money if you’re not sending emails to leads on your lists.

Dropshippers often make the mistake of thinking that ad campaigns will be the main breadwinners, but this simply isn’t the case. There’s a lot of competition on social media and other platforms, including advertisers with thousands to spend on campaigns. So you aren’t likely to see a lot of money from ads alone when initially launching your business. 

This is why a high opt-in rate and consistent email marketing are both so integral to your success as a dropshipper.

Sales

Screen grab of Peter Pru discussing how to succeed with upsells

Our client saw an 8.98% conversion rate in May for their base products, which translates to 126 sales valued at $1,754.53. Again, this is ideal, as your conversion rate should be at around the 7-10% range from month to month. Additionally, one of this client’s upsells saw a 14.67% conversion rate, with 11 sales totaling $164.67. 

This is also a perfect percentage, considering most upsell conversion rates for similar products should stay in the 10-15% range. On the other hand, upsells for more premium, complementary products may be in the 8-10% range due to the fact that they’re new. 

A general rule of thumb regarding upsells is to sell customers more of the same product they just bought. If this strategy doesn’t work, you can simply visit Amazon; look for related products that people purchase together with your base product. In short, keep your upsells simple, and you’ll likely see ideal conversion rates from them.

In addition to this client’s base conversion rate and that of their first upsell, the client included three other upsells. Their second upsell saw a conversion rate of 17.98%, earning them $239.52 more. Their third and fourth saw conversion rates of 15.66% and 7.89%, respectively.

Altogether, our client’s sales totaled $2,490.15 for the month of May. 

The Importance of Subscriptions in Evaluating How Much Money Dropshippers Can Make

New dropshipper considering how much money dropshippers can make

It’s worth noting that the fourth upsell was a subscription. The client gained six subscribers, which means six sources of regular monthly revenue. Some people may cancel their subscriptions. But many won’t. These purchases are invaluable for earning free and consistent revenue, as well as more sales. 

Consider how many brands have succeeded with subscriptions, from Netflix to Dollar Shave Club. If you’re not offering a subscription of some kind, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity.

When offering a subscription, there are a couple of ways you can approach it. First, there are full-priced subscriptions like the one our client offered, or you can do a downsell such as a discounted trial subscription. 

Stay Realistic and Use the Strategies That Work

Screen grab of Peter Pru discussing a client business's May revenue

Ultimately, we were impressed with our client’s progress during this one-month period. They were able to generate a solid number of sales for their base products, along with upsells and subscriptions.

 They also saw a high opt-in rate of almost 1,000 new emails. This can bring in thousands of dollars through consistent email marketing efforts. If you can keep in touch with email leads and optimize sales through upsells and subscriptions, you’ll be able to get the results you want. In turn, you can meet your goals as you grow your dropshipping business and maximize revenue.

Want to learn more about how to excel as a first-time dropshipper? Want more resources detailing the best strategies that drive sales and reach the upper bounds of how much money dropshippers can make? Reserve your seat at the free Ecommerce Masterclass, and you’ll find out how to build a winning dropshipping business. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel for more about what goes into a successful online business. Tagged : / / / /

Know the Benefits of Registering Your Dropshipping Business as an LLC

When you start a business, you can never be too careful about protecting yourself and your personal assets from legal liability. If you run a dropshipping business, in particular, you should make sure you are on the safe side. While there are various ways to protect yourself from liability, the most popular and highly recommended is registering your dropshipping business as an LLC — a limited liability company.

The first and most attractive benefit of registering your dropshipping business as an LLC is the tax benefits you could enjoy. Many new entrepreneurs trying dropshipping for the first time eventually come to this realization.

Many entrepreneurs often fail to realize how much money they can save by putting expenses on their business rather than paying themselves first, then paying for the expense. As a result, they at times lose as much as 50 percent of the money with such a simple mistake.

This post will guide you on the benefits of setting up an LLC and enjoy all the benefits it brings.

Keeping Most of the Money You Make

Peter Pru discussing the tax advantages of registering a dropshipping business as an LLC

Everyone starts a business to make as much money as they can — and keep most of it at the end of the day. However, if you are new to dropshipping or just getting started in the business, it is not uncommon to feel jittery and have ‘what-ifs’ regarding running the business.

If you can eliminate most of the concerns of running a business by simply registering it, then your life as an entrepreneur will be much easier and your profits better protected. By taking steps to educate yourself on starting and running a business, you have already shown intent to start a business.

With the proper business structure, you could access as many as 250 different tax deductions and ultimately keep thousands of dollars that you would otherwise pay in taxes as profit or re-invest into the business.

By investing the time and money to start a business, you could qualify for many possible deductions, including:

  • Advisory expenses
  • Cable, satellite, and cell charges
  • Coaching and education
  • A percentage of your mortgage or rent
  • Additional brokerage fees for trading
  • Computer, printer, and office supplies
  • Health or supplemental insurance
  • Travel, car mileage, and motor vehicle expenses
  • COVID-19 deductions

Clever categorization of expenses reported to the IRS can help the business pay taxes at a lower tax bracket and keep more income. The key consideration is when deciding whether to record an expense as an ordinary or a necessary business expense.

The Pass-Through Taxation Benefits of Registering Your Dropshipping Business as an LLC

When you form an LLC or a corporation, the IRS will consider you a legal business entity, depending on your situation. These types of businesses are considered ‘flow-through’ or ‘pass-through’ entities. Therefore, as long as you have a taxable income, recording it as a business income offers great benefits regardless of the source.

Registering your business as an LLC or corporation comes with attractive business credit advantages. You can enjoy business credit on the income the IRS considers ‘flowing through’ the business.

Pass-through or flow-through is a tax function that allows you to file business taxes with personal taxes. In the process, you can use tax deductions against all income, including any W-2 incomes, to further lower your Total Taxable Income across the board.

As fancy as it sounds, ‘flow-through’ and ‘pass-through’ income are just fancy terms for money that comes into and flows out of the business. It is noteworthy that any losses the company records will also reflect on your tax returns, significantly lowering your taxable income.

It may seem complicated, but if you register an LLC and see the savings you can make by taking advantage of tax deductions, you will understand better and appreciate how it works in under a year.

Personal Asset Protection

Dropshipper seeing the benefits of registering their business as an LLC

LLC is an acronym for Limited Liability Company. The term refers to a business entity in which the owner is not personally liable for the debts and liabilities of the company. Simply put, the two most important benefits of registering a limited liability company are:

  1. You will not be personally responsible for the business debt.
  2. Your personal finances and assets will be safe from the liabilities of the business.

Separating business and personal assets and finances is a sure way to get peace of mind while running a business in the modern market. When you are certain your assets and finances are protected, you can focus on the business. You can stop worrying about potential lawsuits should the business make losses.

Some of the potential lawsuits from which you can protect yourself by registering your dropshipping business as an LLC include:

  • Breach of contract
  • Premises liability
  • Employee and customer discrimination claims
  • Harassment
  • Faulty product or service lawsuits
  • Intellectual property rights
  • Misleading claims
  • Auto accidents

Many people avoid starting an eCommerce business because they do not want to take the chance of getting sued. Americans file 40 million lawsuits every year — that is about 76 new lawsuits every minute. 

The sued parties often spend a lot of time and effort defending themselves. If they lose, it costs them money and even personal assets such as a house or a car. Registering your dropshipping business as an LLC eliminates the need for you to worry about getting sued in a personal capacity for business liability. Instead, you can focus on running the business.

Business Credit Formation

Many people mistakenly assume that they need to have large businesses to access business credit or corporate funding. Most businesses start with personal credit or funds. But personal credit must remain personal, and the business must develop its own credit for long-term growth.

To give your business room to grow, you must build separate credit for your business. The business will pay for itself, and from there, it will pay you. Registering your dropshipping business as an LLC offers many benefits, including:

  • Separation of personal from business funds and credit
  • Access to more funding options available to corporations
  • Lower interest rates on loans
  • Higher limits on loans and credit cards

Final Thoughts About Registering Your Dropshipping Business as an LLC

Peter Pru explaining the basics of LLCs

This post is just a summary of the core benefits of registering your dropshipping business as a limited liability company. Whether you already have a business or are considering one, you cannot afford to overlook these benefits and many others.

Do you want to learn more about how to start or run a successful eCommerce business in today’s competitive market? Reserve a seat at our exclusive webinar to learn little-known tips to build an ultra-profitable dropshipping business today. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel for more details about succeeding in eCommerce and registering your dropshipping business as an LLC. Tagged : / / / /

Top 4 Hacks to See Instant Dropshipping Profits

Whether you’re experiencing success with your dropshipping business or currently struggling to get it off the ground, there are certain strategies you can use to see the instant dropshipping profits you want. Based on the success one of our clients experienced, we can show you some specific dropshipping hacks to supercharge your business and maximize profitability. Here we’ll review these hacks and how you can use them to make more money soon after implementation.

1. Optimizing Opt-in and Conversion Rates

The very first metric we want to see on someone’s sales funnel is a strong opt-in rate. If people aren’t opting in and providing email addresses and other information, then they aren’t going to make a purchase. Even if people are buying, it will be at a significantly lower rate than it should be. 

Our client had a two-step order form through Clickfunnels and saw an impressive 60% opt-in rate. This is rare to see. While we don’t recommend you try to reach this number from the start with your business, it is possible to get there with enough time and effort, as this client proved. With our team of experienced professionals and plenty of tweaking, we were able to help our client reach this level, and you can, too.

In addition to a stellar opt-in rate, our client had an equally impressive 11.74% conversion rate. This is incredible compared to the average Shopify store, which sees a conversion rate of around one percent. 

Together, these opt-in and conversion rates tell us that there’s nothing wrong with the client’s opt-in and landing pages.

2. Understand the Difference Between Maximizing Profits and Leads

Peter Pru discussing the importance of time and proper expectations when building a store

One point we want to emphasize here at Ecommerce Empire Builders is that you need to know the difference between maximizing profits and getting people into your sales funnel. You need to have a combination of both profits and leads. 

To see instant dropshipping profits, you should have a set of profit maximizers at the ready to help you increase your average cart value. This entails creating maximizers such as:

  • Upsells
  • Order bumps
  • Subscriptions

When it came to upsells, our client saw an insanely high conversion rate of 16.28% for the first upsell. The second upsell didn’t slow things down, either, with an even higher 16.39% conversion rate. 

Regarding subscriptions — we’re talking about services such as Netflix, Dollar Shave Club, and others that charge customers on a monthly basis. If you’re not using subscriptions for your business, we recommend you integrate one as soon as possible. They generate recurring revenue. Our client uses subscriptions to essentially receive free money consistently, without putting in extra work to see that steady passive income. 

3. Optimize for Specific Conversion Rates

Peter Pru emphasizing how important order bumps are to creating instant dropshipping profits

It may surprise you to hear it, but we believe these numbers our client is seeing are simply too high. For most businesses, these numbers are excellent, particularly to start with when going into dropshipping. The reason we see these figures as too high here is that, ultimately, your goal is to maximize profits as a business owner. Even if things seem to be going extremely well, there are always ways to further improve and increase income.

Target 10-15% Conversion Rates for Upsells

We’re blown away by our client’s 16+% upsell conversion rates. But we’ve found that the ideal conversion rate falls at around 10 to 15%. It all depends on the structure of the funnel. Maybe your upsells consist of more of the same thing, or a premium-priced product is included with a purchase. 

These extraordinarily high conversion rates could indicate that these upsells are too good of a deal for people to pass up, leading them to jump on them more frequently. In this case, we’d recommend raising the price on upsells to lower those conversions to the 10-15% range while further maximizing instant dropshipping profits.

Aim for 10% Conversion Rates for Initial Sales

We also recommended that our client raise the price of the main product to bring that 11.74% conversion rate down to the sweet spot of around 10%. Again, this may seem strange advice to hear, but the fact is that if you’re willing to lose more money to attract more people to your business, you will wind up seeing more profits. Many business owners just starting out may not want to hear that, but it’s an important lesson to learn.

If you’re seeing high conversion rates (and you’re happy with your income), you can keep things the way they are. However, if you’re disappointed with your profits, you can raise them while slightly reducing those conversion rates. 

A company like Dollar Shave Club excels because while they lose money when the first subscriber comes in, they make all of those losses back because of the longevity of monthly subscriptions they maintain.

Try to Reach 18-20% Conversion Rates for Order Bumps

When looking at our client’s conversion rate for an order bump, we saw a 14.20% conversion rate that was excellent. Generally, we recommend targeting an order bump rate of around the 18% to 20% range. Order bumps are pre-purchase upsells that customers are likely to add to their cart without much thought. These could include add-ons and other minor purchases that enhance that main purchase before buying.

Unfortunately, many businesses lose a considerable amount of money because they neglect to use an order bump.

4. Knowing What Offers to Consider to See Instant Dropshipping Profits

If you’re unsure what you should be offering your customers, whether it’s a deep discount or another offer, here are some of the different routes you can take.

A “Free Plus Shipping” Offer

In many cases, you’re often better off making a “free plus shipping” offer. These offers are typically safe to go with. But keep in mind that a properly built back-end is vital to get the most from this offer. This is because this offer causes a slight loss of income on the initial sale. But you can make up for that with upsells and other profit maximizers. 

A Deep Discount Offer

Deep discount offers are ideal if you’re using Facebook ads. The platform may not accept ads that make “free plus shipping” offers. In fact, we tend to use deep discount offers for our clients in lieu of “free plus shipping” because it’s usually the safer option of the two. For Facebook ads, we suggest you use video ads that maximize engagement. You can also use image ads that can supplement those video ads.

Work With the Pros to Get the Most From Your Store

Dropshipper reorganizing their sales funnel for instant dropshipping profits

All of these hacks can help you successfully launch your business and see instant dropshipping profits. But it’s increasingly tough to go it alone. There’s so much to consider when optimizing your dropshipping business, from finding the right niche and developing opt-in pages to preparing and launching ad campaigns. If you want to make sure you have the chance at instant dropshipping profits in this highly competitive industry, you’re likely to benefit from working with a team of experienced professionals. At Ecommerce Empire Builders, we have the combined resources and expertise needed to fuel your business’s long-term success.

To learn more about how you can use the power of sales funnels to grow your online business and find out how we can help, attend our free eCommerce masterclass. We’ll show you the steps you need to take to see the conversions and profits you’ve always wanted. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel for more insights and business strategies. Tagged : / / / / /

How One of Our Clients Made $200 in His First Week of Dropshipping

One of our Business in a Box clients, Fredrick, experienced an impressive level of success with his dropshipping business. In his first week of dropshipping, he made $200. Here, we’ll explore his personal success story and some insights he has to offer that you can apply to your own dropshipping efforts. 

Fredrick’s story is yet another example of what you can achieve as a dropshipper, whether you’re new to eCommerce or a veteran in the industry.

How Encounters with “Gurus” Inspired New Career Goals

Fredrick’s dropshipping journey began around one and a half years ago. He came across several ads on Facebook featuring eCommerce gurus. In those ads, these so-called experts would show off the millions of dollars they were supposedly making. Fredrick thought that if they could do it, then so could he. 

From there, Fredrick signed up for an Amazon FBA course to get him started. However, he wasn’t getting to the point where he was able to sell products as opposed to investing in inventory. 

(As a side note, we believe that Amazon FBA can be a great way for beginners to get into eCommerce. But we also advise against using Amazon as your primary dropshipping platform.)

Be careful of relying on Amazon, which is more interested in helping themselves rather than its sellers. We recommend building your business on your own eCommerce platform first. Then use Amazon as a supplemental platform.

Discovering Ecommerce Empire Builders and the Value of Outside Help

Screen grab of Peter Pru and Fredrick discussing the importance of working with a team

While still struggling to get his dropshipping business off the ground, Fredrick discovered our videos on YouTube, which introduced him to the concept of dropshipping funnels. Like many other dropshippers, Fredrick wasn’t sure what to change about his business to make it successful. We understand that it takes work to experience success. That can entail everything from changing niches and products to making drastic changes to ad campaigns. 

What inspired Fredrick to hire Ecommerce Empire Builders to help him with his business was the fact that he valued his time. But Fredrick also knew that he had a lot to learn to make informed business decisions and see growth. 

The fact is that nobody is great at everything. Fredrick understood that he would need some outside help to ensure his business had the chance to thrive. While dropshipping used to be easy, with most individuals being able to do just about everything on their own a decade ago, times have changed. Today, it pays to work with specialized professionals with the resources and expertise needed to facilitate growth. This was something Fredrick was willing to do.

Our team started working on his business and preparing it for launch. Fredrick continued to learn more on his own and sought products to sell. He also delved into copywriting and other aspects of his business during that first week of dropshipping and beyond, contributing to his business’s growth and supplementing our efforts. 

Understanding That There Are No Magicians in eCommerce

Unlike many of those “gurus” out there who make it sound easy to make millions in a matter of months, weeks, or even days of launching a business, we want to make it clear that there is no formula for success. We are not magicians. Every business out there will experience success at different rates. While many of our Business in a Box clients have seen success right out of the gate, Fredrick was an exception. It takes time to turn your dropshipping business into a success.

In Fredrick’s case, the third time was the charm when it came to launching his business. The first two attempts at dropshipping didn’t bring much success. But the third was where we were finally able to reach his goals. While we worked to find out what would propel his business to success, Fredrick put his trust in us and allowed us to keep trying different strategies. Eventually, we were able to work with him to build a business that yielded optimal results.

Goals That Keep Fredrick Moving Forward: Going Beyond That First Week of Dropshipping

Screen grab of Fredrick discussing his goals

At Ecommerce Empire Builders, we also understand that an integral component of success is good goal setting. To keep him motivated and moving toward the next big opportunity, Fredrick has set several goals for himself. His current goals are to:

  • Hit $10k per month
  • Keep learning skills such as copywriting
  • Build his business in the long term

Fredrick is one of our clients who has a good understanding of the work involved in succeeding with an online business. While our team is here to provide reliable help, we can’t make any guarantees. 

No dropshipper should ever expect instant success. Even if they think they have everything in place, it can take some tweaking and drastic changes to finally determine what works. However, having a team of experts behind your business can make sure that you’re not alone in your efforts. Several professionals bring different perspectives to the table to pinpoint the most efficient strategies.

By looking at different ads, upsells, and other components and the metrics behind them, your team can help streamline your funnel to generate the best possible results. For example, with some diligence and reworking of Fredrick’s strategies, one of his upsells managed to reach a conversion rate of 17-18%. Of course, there’s always room for improvement. But it’s a matter of persistence and never giving up, even when things don’t initially seem to be going as planned.

The Importance of Starting Instead of Waiting: Make This Week Your First Week of Dropshipping

Dropshipper reading books to pick up new skills

Fredrick’s ultimate takeaway in working with us was that it’s best to get started on your business as soon as possible. The longer you wait before launching your business, the more time you’ll waste as nothing gets done. Many dropshippers strive for perfection with their ventures. But success takes time and effort, and perfection is ordinarily impossible during the first week of dropshipping. Over time, as you build your business and optimize your strategies, you’ll be able to gear your business for long-term success. 

Do you want to find out more about how you can succeed with your dropshipping business the way Fredrick has? Then reserve your seat at our free eCommerce masterclass. We’ll show you how you can build your business and harness the power of funnels to earn a full-time income online. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel for more dropshipping insights and tips. Tagged : / / / /

Scale Faster With This 6- to 7-Figure Online Business Strategy

Over the course of the last 13 years, I’ve built multiple businesses across various industries, reaching six to seven figures in these businesses with some successes and failures along the way that helped my businesses grow. Based on what I’ve learned from this experience, I want to share the 6- to 7-figure online business strategy that’s worked. It can also work for you as you seek to grow your own online business. Using this blueprint, you can experience long-term success.

Regardless of the type of online business you want to start, whether it’s a side hustle or a business you want to become a full-time project, the following 7-figure online business strategy will help you reach your goals.

Who Do You Care About?

Before you begin pursuing your business objectives, whatever they may be, it’s necessary to determine who you care about. Of course, the first people to come to mind will likely be yourself, your family, and your friends. However, when it comes to your business, you need to think about the kinds of people you care about in terms of customers. 

At Ecommerce Empire Builders, we’ve seen many people come and go as they excitedly start their business, only to wind up disappointed with the results and quit. One of the main issues that are causing many of these people to quit is the fact that they’re selling to audiences who they don’t know or even care about. The key to success with an online business is to have a good understanding of your prospective customers. If your only goal is to make money when you go into any type of business venture, you’re not likely to resonate with audiences and see the kind of income you want. 

Sell Products That You Would Use

Screen grab of Peter Pru emphasizing the importance of caring about your product

In figuring out the audience you care about and want to sell to, it’s often easiest to think about what types of products you would use yourself. We started some of our successful businesses with the basic idea of, “Why don’t I sell stuff that I care about?”

We hoped that this personal investment would show through the marketing efforts. It ultimately played a huge role in this 7-figure online business strategy.

Consider your personal interests, hobbies, or passions. If you can find a specific niche you actually care about, then you’ll likely be more invested in creating the type of customer experience that would impress you and, subsequently, your audience. Your niche could include products you cared about in the past or ones you currently purchase. 

If you spend too much time looking for the perfect product that appears to be the biggest winner, it won’t matter if you find it unless it’s something you care to sell. If it doesn’t interest you, the chances are that you won’t see long-term success with it. 

Figure Out Your Offer

With your audience and niche determined, it’s time to decide on your offer. We’ve found that when we asked people about what they were selling, many of them would immediately jump into the product. But this isn’t what will drive your success. Instead, you need to think about the actual value of your product to the people who use it, including yourself. 

The big question you should be asking is, “Why should people buy from me?” What is it about your offer that would lead people away from your competition and toward your business? Find out what can differentiate you from the sea of businesses selling the same product or service. 

Set Up Your Funnel

Have you pinpointed your niche and offer? If so, it’s time to develop your sales funnel to sell your offerings. Your funnel will be where you send your audience in your niche (to whom you’ve presented your offer). 

Pretty much every store you encounter uses some type of funnel. Some funnels are effective, and others need some work. Whether you’re at a fast-food joint and the cashier doesn’t try to upsell you, or you’re shopping online and see plenty of enticing upsells that lead you to spend more, that’s a funnel at work. 

When you’re developing a funnel, focus on its true purpose, which is to create assets for your business. The funnel is what helps you grow your business by collecting emails and phone numbers from potential customers, along with other information that can lead people toward a sale.

One key question to ask yourself as you create your website and funnel is, “What’s next?” Think about the journey your customers take as they engage with your business, from initial ads to repeat purchases.

 For example, what’s next after people see your ad? What’s next when they enter their contact information? Then, what’s next when they add items to their shopping carts? What’s next after they first buy your offerings? If you consistently think about the next logical step in the buying process, address it in your funnel. 

As you figure out what’s next in your funnel, you can choose from a wide range of potential products to enhance the value you give your customers — everything from eBooks and courses to accessories and other physical products. If you’re not working toward that “next” after the first offer, you’re losing out on many chances to maximize your income and connect with customers.

Generate Traffic

Screen grab of Peter Pru discussing how YouTube videos are a lead generation tool

Your traffic will serve as the fuel that feeds your funnel. Lead them into the offer that speaks to your niche. In short, it’s the final piece of the puzzle when building your online business.

It’s important to keep in mind that there are many types of traffic out there. This includes organic traffic that comes from search engines, social media posts, YouTube videos, and other channels. To attract high-quality traffic from interested prospects, you need to develop and share content that brings value to your audience. Regardless of what you’re selling, you need to provide relevant educational and helpful content that audiences enjoy.

Again, bringing traffic to your business comes down to doing what you love. If you enjoy your niche, you’ll be much more prolific. You’ll create plenty of content without it feeling like work. As a result, that passion will come across in your content. It will yield the kind of results you want on a long-term basis.

Stick With This 7-Figure Online Business Strategy to Succeed With Your Online Business

Ecommerce business owners planning how to implement this 7-figure online business strategy

Using this 7-figure online business strategy can help you excel with your online business, regardless of your offerings and niche. However, in addition to taking each of these elements into consideration, you need to practice persistence. If something in your strategy is inefficient and doesn’t work at the outset, optimize it and find out what works.

Otherwise, if you’re simply ditching every venture because something goes wrong, you’ll never be able to realize your ecommerce dreams. By finding a niche you love, developing a solid offer, setting up a good funnel, attracting traffic with lots of top-quality content, and sticking with your own 7-figure online business strategy, you can flourish. 

Learn more about how to earn a full-time income online with your business. Reserve your seat at my free ecommerce masterclass today. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel for frequent tips and insights. Tagged : / / / /

Business in a Box Success Story: $10k in 12 Days

Empire builders, you already know that building a successful ecommerce business is a journey full of many peaks and valleys. It can be easy to get discouraged along this road. However, success can be achieved with the right mindset and work ethic. I recently sat down with cousins and business partners Lindsay and Justin, who used our Business in a Box service. These two have put in the work and have been able to hit the $10k club in just 12 days. If you’re in need of some ecommerce motivation, read on to learn how Lindsay and Justin have overcome roadblocks on their road to success.

Finding Success With Business in a Box  

At Ecommerce Empire Builders, we offer a service known as  Business in a Box. This is a service where our team builds and launches an entire business for you. While we set everything up for you, the Business in a Box program does not come without some work on your part, too. Lindsay and Justin, two of our newest members, have put in the work ten-fold and are reaping the benefits. The two cousins both have a passion for photography and have built their business around the photography niche. Their passion, combined with the right business mindset and work ethic, has allowed them to hit $10k in sales in just 12 days! 

Hitting $10k in sales is certainly impressive for a young ecommerce business. What makes it even more impressive is that Lindsay and Justin have both maintained their full-time jobs during this process. Lindsay works as a lawyer but has always had an entrepreneurial vision. As a child, she even tried to sell sticks as firewood in her front yard. However, the demands of law school and full-time work put her business dreams on the back burner. Justin has also always had an entrepreneurial mindset. He even has his own brick-and-mortar retail business in South Africa. 

The two cousins were financially secure when COVID-19 hit. But it made them question how secure they would be long-term. During their downtime at the beginning of the pandemic, they began researching ecommerce. That’s when Justin stumbled across Ecommerce Empire Builders on YouTube. After watching our videos, the cousins got right to work on building their own ecommerce empire. 

Overcoming Countless Roadblocks

Screen grab of Peter Pru, Lindsay, and Justin discussing roadblocks

While Lindsay and Justin have found success in ecommerce, this success did not come without a few roadblocks along the way. Of course, with this as their first ecommerce venture, they had to overcome some steep learning curves the cousins. Lindsay credits the guidance of the team at Ecommerce Empire Builders with helping them overcome these hurdles. Working with the team at Ecommerce Empire Builders allowed Lindsay and Justin a place to seek guidance and maintain realistic expectations along their journey. The cousins knew how important it was to discuss problems with mentors without an emotional investment in their business. Having outside perspective and guidance is what encouraged Lindsay and Justin to keep going.

In their first 60 days, Lindsay and Justin had to deal with setting up their business, worrying about logistics, being blocked by Facebook and Stripe, and sorting out a mess with their business bank account. It would have been easy to throw in the towel. But the pair kept their cool and found a way to endure. It’s a good thing they stuck with it, too. Today, they have a thriving ecommerce photography business and are looking to expand even further.

Hitting the $50k Club 

Screen grab of Peter Pru, Lindsay, and Justin discussing Business in a Box and how to start dropshipping

While hitting the $10k through our Business in a Box service was a milestone, Lindsay and Justin already have their sights set further. The cousins are hoping to hit the $50k club within the next few months. These are lofty goals. But the pair has already shown that they are willing and ready to put in the work to grow their ecommerce venture.

The cousins discussed that learning their roles in the business has helped them in their growth. Justin has taken on more of a logistic role. He sets up their Shopify website and comes up with offers and upsells. Lindsay has taken on more of a creative role; she does market research and pinpoints who their ideal customers are. The two have also begun to outsource, hiring another cousin as a VA to help with order fulfillment. With the help of Ecommerce Empire Builders, we believe that their teamwork and vision will take them far.

As for other aspiring ecommerce entrepreneurs, Lindsay and Justin advise others to keep a positive mindset, have a good work ethic, and find mentors like those at Ecommerce Empire Builders. The pair believe that having mentors to bounce their ideas, questions, and concerns off of has played a massive role in their success. Mentality and work ethic have also played a significant role in hitting the $10k club.

Lindsay and Justin’s thought process is that if others are achieving success in ecommerce, there’s no reason that they can’t. Lindsay and Justin believe that as long as they keep showing up and putting the hard work in, there’s no way they can fail in the long run. This is a great mindset to keep, and I look forward to seeing what these two can achieve. 

Consult With the Pros 

Two business partners working together in a home office

If you want to have a success story like Lindsay and Justin, it’s time to get to work. I hope their story has inspired you and given you the motivation to jump-start your own ecommerce venture or sign up for Business in a Box. If you feel like you need more guidance with developing your mindset and growing your ecommerce business, feel free to reach out to us today. 

At Ecommerce Empire Builders, we can help you build, launch, and scale your own profitable dropshipping business. To get the ball rolling, sign up for access to our exclusive free webinar today. Be sure to check our YouTube channel for even more free resources and insights into the dropshipping and sales funnel industries. Remember, your empire starts now! Tagged : / / / /