Hey there guys, so I`m in a pickle right now. It`s a long read, but I really wish someone here with experience in drop-shipping could PLEASE give me a hand. I tried to detail exactly what`s going on, so that`s why it`s so long... I have a drop-shipping website I`ve been working on for a while now, and a while back I did a few Reddit posts with great results, and I was able to attract quite a decent amount of people to my website, and I did get an OK number of sales. Now, that`s all fine and good, but I don`t wanna rely on shitty posts on Reddit to make my money, I wanna make this a legit business that can be sustained without the need of relying on Reddit. So, with the cash I made, I bought Scrapebox, but haven`t used it yet. And with another part of the cash I bought Facebook ads. Now, I had a lot of faith on the Facebook ads, but they are failing hard. I`m 4 days in, I got 850+ clicks on my ad, but only 6 people actually got the Free Gifts I advertised on Facebook. After getting these shitty numbers I sat and thought about what the reason may be. 1 a - The 9 Free Gifts aren`t good enough. 1 b - I don`t think that is the case because I`m getting plenty of clicks, and a lot of people actually follow all the way through, until the last step of checkout, but cancel. I have a million cancelled orders on my Woocommerce. 2a - The website doesn`t look good enough. 2b - Dude, I checked some other drop-shipping websites on my niche, and I assure you mine looks way better. Not the best ever, but it does look legit, so it`s not a matter of it looking scammy either. I think... 3a - I`m fucking up on the Facebook ads 3b - This is a possibility, because this was my first time using FB ads. I was following this guide: http://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/ho...h-dropshipping-and-you-can-too-part-1.801871/ But this guy is making bank, and I`m eating shit, so maybe my ads aren`t good? 4a - My demographic aren`t the best when it comes to buying online. 4b - I don`t wanna say I`m targeting children, but I`m in the 13 - 30 demographic I believe. Is this something that could be turning those 850 unique IPs into just 6 measly sales? If so, how do I remedy this?