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Stop Using Facebook Ads For Drop Shipping

Are you using Facebook to get cold traffic to your drop shipping Shopify store? STOP! I’ve seen countless posts on Facebook over the past few months from drop shipping newbies who are not able to make money by sending Facebook Ads to their Shopify stores.

In this weeks episode of Drop Ship Weekly, I share my advice on why that is, and tell you what you should do instead! Also, thank you watching this video. I hope that it provides with at least some motivation or a business lesson you can apply in your own life. I post weekly to this channel so be sure to subscribe and share your top takeaways with myself and the rest of our community. Your comments keep me going so please drop me a message or just say hi.

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Anton Kraly
 

Anton is a the Founder & CEO of Drop Ship Lifestyle - an online coaching program for eCommerce entrepreneurs. He began selling online in 2007 and has built and sold multiple seven-figure businesses while leveraging the power of drop shipping.

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Anton Kraly

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 lead me create a new community along with online training that shares how to build a REAL online business.

I’d love to hear what you think… it’s 10 video training modules designed to help you drop ship profitably… all for free.

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

If you go through the “What Is Drop Shipping?” mini-course and still have questions just contact me and I will help you out.

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Ronnie

It was always going to happen. Too many people were going for the get rich quick and while they were spending the time to learn how to run and operate an ecommerce store they let themselves down by running spammy ads to below average quality products and making the customers wait far too long for the experience.

Facebook always has its users front and centre and giving them poor newsfeed experiences by allowing spammy marketers was never going to last. If they see a drop off in engagement and hang time they’re most certainly going to do something about fixing the problem.

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