Last month We Built A Profitable Shopify Store From The Groud Up.
If you’re new to FSO we build businesses from scratch every 30 days…
The Bizathon Challenge!
Last month was a huge success, not just for our team, but for many.
Because of this, we’re continuing with Shopify as the focus for Bizathon4.
This month we’ll scale our Shopify income by utilizing pro-level tactics.
Enjoy the video as Rito reveals our Shopify Print On Demand Blueprint:
This one is all about print on demand!
This is something we are very excited about, moving forward into the new year.
With POD you’re able to sell your own unique products.
These are not common with other AliExpress suppliers.
The concept remains the same with POD.
You’re still drop-shipping, using Facebook ads and identifying winning products.
This is the complete Print on Demand with Shopify formula!
Print On Demand Success Blueprint
This is the only print on demand you’ll need to achieve substantial results.
We encourage you to take action as you read along!
Step 1: Get Your Designs Made
In order to take advantage of Print On Demand, you’ll need your own designs.
Simply purchase designs or emulate (not steal) designs you like.
Here are some places to get your designs handled for you:
Step 2: Add The Designs To Your Store
CustomCat handles all your merchandise and physical product fulfillment needs.
They print and ship your designs for you.
They offer 550+ styles of t-shirts, hoodies, phone cases, hats, bags & more!
When customers order, CustomCat automatically fulfills within 3 days.
Shipping costs $3.99 US + $1.50 per additional item;
International shipping is $7.50 + $5.95 per additional item.
Click here to install the CustomCat app on your Shopify store.
Step 3: Run Your Facebook Ads
We’re going to launch a few $5 ad sets for each design.
Set your ad copy and targeting to focus on the specific customer.
For instance if you’re selling a female t-shirt, target women specifically.
This is entire FB ad strategy.
If it doesn’t generate any clicks the first day, close it.
If it doesn’t gnerate any add to carts by the third day, close it.
If it doesn’t generate any sales by the fourth day close it.
This is how you identify your winning ads…
From the FB Ads Manager dashboard, click “Create Ad” and do the following:
- Select, “Conversions”
- Implement ad naming structure: “(OBJECTIVE TYPE) PRODUCT – COUNTRY – AD LOCATION – #″
- Click “Continue”
- Underneath, “Conversion” click, “Website” and then select, “Purchase”
- Scroll to, “Audience” and select, “United States”
- Ucheck “Expand interests when it may increase conversions at a lower cost”
- Under, “Detailed Targeting” enter your specific target customer. Click “Narrow Audience” and enter relevant product type – If you’re selling a dog toy, you’d type “dog products”, “Dog Lovers,” and “Dog Mom.”
- Click, “Edit Placements” and uncheck everything except, “Feeds.”
- Scroll to, “Budget & Schedule” and set the daily budget between $5-$20.
Initial campaigns are for testing, so the amount you spend per ad can be smaller.
Don’t get emotionally involved with any ads.
If something isn’t working, close it down. If something is working, scale it up.
Identifying winning ads and products is the goal.
That’ll do it for Episode 17 – Great work!
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P.P.S. Click here for Episode 18!