Hello and welcome to my method that has brought me from no sales to over 10+ sales at $40 a pop every single week. Y'all know that starting a website that sells something is easy, but bringing in sales is not. There is something simple that everyone knows, but not everyone cashes in on. To get a sale, you need people that want your product. That is so simple, but it often overlooked for many of today's dropshipping stores. How do you place your product in front of the eyes of people that want it most? The answer to this question is not complicated and it is not difficult, but it will require at least a little bit of start-up cash. Here's what you need: A website (preferably Shopify (or woocommerce) for reasons I will specify later) About $100 (you can do it with a lot less if you're smart about it) Knowledge about your target audience You have your shopify (or woocommerce) store set up and it's looking good. Good, this is your first step to success. The next is something unusual, but you're going to have to trust me. Go to your product listing. Make that listing out of stock. You read that right. To attract more sales, you want that listing to be out of stock. Here is the most important part of this entire method: make sure that under the out of stock listing, you have something on that page that allows the user to input their email to be notified about the product and when the product is back in stock. It should look a little something like this if you've done it correctly: https://ibb.co/YTc011B Now that your page looks like that, you're about halfway to success. Your next step is to take that $100 (you can make it work with less or more) and figure out who wants your product. Whether you find a target audience on Facebook or a great influencer on Instagram, it will work as long as you find that target audience. Now here's where the magic happens. Advertise the link to that product and only that product. Your customers will proceed to go to that page, see that it is out of stock, and your most dedicated (likely to buy) customers will input their email addresses. You want to wait maybe a day or two, doesn't matter, then compile a list of the people that input their email addresses. There is one magic thing about making your listing appear to be out of stock: it creates a false sense of urgency and rarity for the buyer! Knowing that your product is hard to get and is often out of stock, the buyers on your email list will spring at a chance to buy that product that they've had their eyes on. You have to draft a great email that explains that although there is limited inventory, your product is temporarily back in stock. Now for the final step, draft that email explaining what I have just explained to you, and send it out to all your future customers. If they put their email in that box, it means they want your product, they know it has an aspect of rarity, and they want to know when it's back in stock. Give them what they want: send them the back in stock email, temporarily stop your advertising campaign, and make your product back in stock. Once your new purchases roll in, you may want to wait a few days to let the stragglers place their orders. Once you are confident that everyone who was on your email list and is willing to buy has bought your product, make the product out of stock again and bring your advertising campaign out of dormancy. Rince and repeat, and you'll quickly find that selling your product isn't as hard as you first thought provided you get it in front of the right people. Make sure you fulfill those orders, send those emails, work on your advertising campaign, create your false sense of rarity, and make those buyers want your product. If you do all this, you will start to see some nice cash flow from your website. Thank you all for reading, and I hope that y'all find the same success with this method as I did. Did you like this write-up and/or method? Send me a thumbs up or leave a comment expressing any questions you may have!