Any of those problems above can be easily resolved.
If your website doesn’t look good on mobile, you could fix that. If Google’s sending you traffic that’s not related to your website, you can add negative keywords. If people are trying to place orders and your check out’s broken, you can fix that too.
Also, if you’ve only had 800 visitors in 30 days, you can get more people by getting more traffic. So that’s not a reason for him, or you, to give up on drop shipping.
For a lot of people the first thought is, “This isn’t what I thought it was going to be, let me give up.”
When in reality, the position that you’re in is actually an amazing one.
At that point, you’ve done the work, you’ve built the whole foundation of what you need. You now have data and if you’re lucky enough, you’re making sales. What you do with all of that is what matters.
Don’t throw your hands up and think, “I’m not making a million bucks, this doesn’t work!”
Instead think, “Oh okay, people are buying, why are they buying, and what are they buying? Why aren’t they buying the other things that they’re finding on my website?”
Then you optimize and over time, you grow your business.
So I don’t want to make it seem that just by making a few tweaks your store is going to go from nothing to the best store ever.
However, even if you built a drop shipping store and just totally bombed on it, if you did the research up front first, you can make it work and you can still be successful. And that’s the point.
Just taking your store down at the first struggle and then trying another niche is never the answer. Unless of course you’re that one person that didn’t follow anything I teach in the Blueprint. If you followed the Blueprint, you can make it work.
What do you do when you feel like giving up?
So here are your options for people that are on the fence and feel like giving up.
Option A: Shut your store down, give up everything you’ve worked for, and start over.
Option B: Improving on what you have already done.
If you’re feeling like giving up (Option A), think of it this way: if you’ve done everything wrong, could you make a few tweaks and get it to $1,000 net profit a month or $2,000 net profit a month?
If you feel stuck and want to give up, go back to the Blueprint, go through all the training you have access to as a member of Drop Ship Lifestyle.
If you still feel like you’re doing things right but not getting results, go ahead and book yourself a coaching call, join a mastermind on the Fast Business Forum, post to the Facebook Group.
Do what you gotta do but the truth is giving up is (almost) never the answer.
I’m sure you’ve seen the above image before. For a lot of people, they are almost that close, not to internet riches, but turn around before they put the data and research they have to work.
So put it to use. Instead of starting over, focus on improving what you have. And that is the way you’re gonna make this work. That is the way you will succeed and that’s the way you’re gonna have a highly profitable, semi-automated store.
Hope you found this useful. Again, please don’t give up. If you really did just mess up the research process, just go back, watch Modules One and Two again, and you’ll know if you should start over.
Though, most of the time, the answer is just dive deeper, work harder and force it to work based on data. That’s what successful business owners do.
If you have any questions, as always leave a comment below!