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Is it worth to buy dropshipping courses?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SupremeS, Jun 23, 2017.

  1. SupremeS

    SupremeS Registered Member

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    Hi, one guy from my country bought courses from Andrei Kreicbergs who is doing really good with DS as I know. And that guy is also doing quite good with DS. Tell me is it worth to pay 400-500 EUR for him? He could tell me how to do all with DS in UK through ebay in order to make all good and succeed. Or do you know where I could put those 400-500 eur better?
     
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    you can learn all these things for free, it's all over the internet.
    but if you think his advice will help you, go ahead and buy it.
     
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    malayguru Regular Member

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    yes dropshipping is a good biz model and you can definitely learn from good courses
    if you have money to invest, spend on advertising
     
  4. SupremeS

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    But dropshipping is better in UK than in China? They told me that in UK you will get positive feedback much faster so that way you will gain reputation much faster and you will be able to sell more and more. Cause on China you need to wait many weeks till a customer gets an item and only then gives you a feedback.
     
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    if you use China, you need to pick a decent shipping method, for example epacket.
    average shipping time is 1 to 2 weeks, quite okay imo.
     
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    isnt better to use local market like UK where people need to wait few days to get their shipment? that way you can increase your positive feedback way faster
     
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    if you have a better source from local UK, that is of course a better option :)
    people are excited to receive their item quickly.
     
  8. SEO

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    I can't speak to these courses in particular, but I can speak to courses in general. I've purchased many courses that had little to no value. I've also purchased a couple of courses that offered me immense value.

    The courses that provided a lot of value easily offset the courses that didn't provide me with value. It is also worth noting that courses, generally speaking, are not inherently valuable or valueless. The value you get from a course will be different from the value I get from a course because we know different things.

    The most common complaints people have with courses are:
    • This is all available online for free. No kidding. Almost all information in the world is available online for free. Quantum physics, calculus, all online for free. The value of a course is that it is arranged by the same person in the same place in the same format. It removes the inefficiencies of reading articles by different authors such as overlapping information, different writing styles, finding the articles to begin with, etc.
    • I didn't learn anything new. The author doesn't know what you know. Now, if a course only covers extremely basic information, adds little value and charges a premium, then fine, it's a rip off. But try to be objective when evaluating a course. When I buy a course on internet marketing, I expect most of it will be redundant to my existing knowledge. I buy internet marketing courses for the little nuggets of wisdom that I don't know and hopefully will make me a lot of money.
    I believe a good course can fast track you and the knowledge can be worth a lot of money. Find people who have taken the course and ask for their honest opinions on it. Try to get an idea of what it covered, etc.
     
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    magneticbucks Junior Member Premium Member

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    I suggest that you look for a group buy of that course so it would be cheaper. If you don't have any idea about dropshipping buy the course because it is still best to learn from an expert. You will also have a step by step guide on what to do. Good luck!