We are live. Wow man this is packed out here for this breakout session. This is really, really cool. Awesome sauce.
So let’s do a little exercise real quick. I want you guys to stand up.
That’s one of the things, I’m really interactive. So if you guys saw me yesterday,
you’ve gotta work it with me. Come on stand up everybody. Stand up. Alright. So what I want you guys to do is,
anyone that’s doing ecom, have a seat. Anybody that actually runs an ecom store.
Just want to get a good feel for the crowd. So you guys still standing are doing what?
Affiliate marketing? Yes? Agency? Any agency people? Cool cool.
Alright. So you guys go and have a seat. Now the next thing I’m going to have you guys do is
raise your hand if you’re actually running Google Ads?
Anybody here running Google Ads? now anyone running Google Ads on the
Shopping Network? Anybody running Google has on Shopping Network?
Oh we got like four or five people. Okay, cool. So essentially, that’s what my presentation
is going to be covering. Alright. This is what I like to refer to as
my Cannon Strategy, and it’s gonna be how to launch Google ads and
scale quickly. So obviously, my name is Earnest but has anyone ever
felt like this? We had like 5 people out of like 100 basically,
say they’re running Google Ads, Do you guys feel like that when you go
into Google’s dashboard? Is that’s what’s you guys away from running Google Ads?
I don’t know. I felt like that when I first got started four years ago. Listen. This strategy is super unique
because here’s the thing, back when – pretty much like naval warfare,
it’s kind of old-school, know a few hundred years ago,
essentially when this weapon came out like the cannon, it literally was a
game-changer and that’s what I’m gonna be sharing with you guys. It’s
the game-changer for you guys as businesses, especially in ecom because
I’ll be covering some really, really crazy stuff that is literally gonna help you guys separate yourself from everybody else in
the marketplace. Just like only roughly 2% of the people here are running ads
on the Shopping Network. I’m gonna show you guys some crazy stuff
that could happen to help you really create success, but with that
being said, this isn’t like, you know, some people see weapons and they’re
like, “Oh my god it’s like Earnest is gonna show me some crazy violent stuff.”
No this isn’t violent by any means. But I love this quote here by Mr. Wonderful,
where he says, “Business is war. I go out there, I want to kill the
competitors. I want to make their lives miserable. I want to steal their market
share. I want them to fear me and I want everyone on my team to think they’re
going to win.” And quite honestly, in my opinion, you
guys really, really aren’t gonna win long-term, unless you guys really start
leveraging the Shopping Network. Because once I discovered how Google Ads
really worked, that’s how I was able to hit my first 6-figure month,
with what I’m gonna share with you guys today. Now one of my specialties
are, in particular, is I focus on high-ticket ecom. I sell very, very expensive
products. So you guys can see here I got orders of like $5,000, $2,700, $8,400. All running just Google Ads, and so
I’m going to address an elephant in the room, because I know as we
start to progress, there’s some people like, “Hey Earnest, how much does
advertising cost look like? You’re selling $5,000 products.
What do the CPAs look like running this Cannon Strategy you’re gonna share
with me and what’s the average order value of these products that you’re
actually selling on Google.” So this right here is just a quick snapshot
inside my Google Ads account. You can see this is really recent too. So I’m not
sharing any like, random, old stuff that’s not working any longer, any of
that, anything of that nature, and you can see here this is June 9th to the 18th. I spent $200. Average cost for
conversion is $33 and again, same week, average order value is a $1,000.
Every time I spent $33 I got a sale for $1,000 running ads on the Shopping Network, alright. This is kind of the stuff that
we’re gonna be sharing with you guys today.
So if you don’t have a pen, most of you guys don’t. I would highly
recommend that, they should’ve prepped you for that. There’s gonna be
a lot of notes that you’re gonna take. So I would recommend taking out your phone
possibly taking down a couple different things because it is going to get really,
really intense. Alright. You guys okay with that? You guys
are taking notes? So before I begin, I want you to ask
yourself something. What did you actually come over here for?
Cause here’s the thing. What are your actual goals? Because quite honestly, if
you haven’t thought about that yet, I want you to really pause and think about
that because I know everyone wants to come in, everyone wants to make money,
everyone wants to go out and get nicer things in life, but like what
are you actually looking for coming over here? So have you guys ever heard the statement,
“A dream without a goal is just a wish.” And the reason why I say that is
because if you’re not very, very specific about what it is that
you want to achieve, especially with all the noise that’s out there in the
marketplace, it doesn’t matter what I’m gonna share with you guys over the next
20 minutes or not because if you’re not very, very crystal clear on that there’s
gonna be a lot of distractions. There’s gonna be a lot of things in life that’s
going to tear you away from getting to that goal that you’re looking to achieve,
and personally, this is my personal opinion. I don’t want any of you guys
that have come over here, to leave out of here with just wishful thinking, like
what I’m gonna share with you, you guys can literally go implement, especially if
you’re already running an ecom store and go out and start running ads within the
next 30 minutes, and create success over the next couple days. But again,
you’ve got to be very crystal clear on what it is that you want to achieve. Now for me, personally,
this is not by any imagination a stretch. Google Ads literally saved my life
for me and my family. And let me explain what I mean by that,
when I first launched Google Ads in 2015, I was literally on
the verge of bankruptcy. I was going through two years of depression and
after launching my first campaign, I literally lost all three of my vehicles,
like all back-to-back. This is not some guru story.This is a true story.
So looking at all the different traffic channels and things of
that nature out there, obviously, I knew I had to get traffic to my site if I
wanted to be able to have some success, and Google was able to provide a means
for that. So anyone thinking that you got to have a massive budget or
if you’re just getting started, you don’t have to have that. With just a $5
a day budget, I was literally able to run Google Ads successfully, and as a
result of being able to do that, through that process I was able to actually get
my first vehicle, as all my other vehicles got destroyed, and I was
able to get a brand new Kia Soul, and I literally still drive that Kia Soul
today, even with all the success that I have, because as a result,
Google has literally financed that entire vehicle just running ads on that
network. As a result as well, just running Google Ad traffic, I was
able to scale my first store to over a $1 million and this is just running
ads on the Shopping Network. So here’s what I’m gonna do with you guys today.
I’m gonna show you guys how simple it is to actually set up the
campaigns. We’re gonna go through the entire process.
Setting up the campaigns to run highly targeted traffic. Next, I’m gonna show you literally, how I’m bringing in sales of over $3,000 per day
without even having to log into my computer. This is the process that I use.
So we’re gonna walk through this 3-step process. Number one, in
order to actually run ads in the Shopping Network, and this is why most of
you guys probably aren’t doing it, is that you have to create a feed and
send that feed over to Google Merchant Center. You have to sync it with
your store. Next, you have to turn on what I like to refer to as the power switches,
so you can maximise all of Google’s Network. Lastly, you’re gonna have to
obviously create a campaign but what we need to do within that campaign is we
need to segment it and then we also need to cover our bidding strategies.
So best of all, when you guys set this up, and this is the reason why I love Google,
over on Facebook, it’s stressful. Algorithms changing, like accounts getting
suspended. I was suspended one time on Google and it was like straight up
policy violation, and other than that I’ve never had an issue, and this
this thing works on Google every single day, 24 hours, without you having to
stress about it. Anybody want to live a stress-free life in advertising?
Anyone want stress-free? So here’s what’s on our agenda.
So number one, like I said, I’m gonna show you guys how to actually set up shopping
campaigns with Google Ads. Next I’m gonna show you guys how to turn on
the power switches within the network so you can drive highly-targeted traffic to
your website quickly. Then number three is I’m gonna show you guys the
right campaigns in Google Ads, so you can see results for your products fast. So at the end, I’ve got a little surprise for you guys
cause there’s a lot of people that’s not doing ecomm, and I’m hooking you guys up with
something, if I get some good participation is that alright? Okay.
So let’s roll up our sleeves, let’s dive in, and let’s go ahead and
start getting through this process. So understanding the Google
shopping ads and my Cannon Strategy. So number one, these are like
pretty much the three things we’re going to cover in this first section. What makes
Google Ads great, what makes the Cannon Strategy great, and then
obviously our goal of going through this process. So number one, the
beauty of Google Ads is that you don’t have to be a super smart marketer in
order to set this stuff up. I’m gonna go through some stuff, and you’re going to be like, “Man, Earnest, you’re super smart. How did you do all this stuff?”
Trust me, it’s super simple, but more importantly, your products only get
triggered for two reasons inside the Shopping Network, and this is the beauty
of it. Either one, consumers are looking for exactly what you sell in your
ecommerce store and Google triggers your products, or number two, consumers are
looking for something extremely related to the products that you carry on your
ecommerce store and Google triggers your products. So you’re not getting in
front of people that aren’t actively looking for what you have to sell.
You don’t have to tell Google any of the information, Google’s gonna take all your
information, go out and find your customers and bring them to you.
Then the beauty of the Cannon Strategy is that it’s going to go out and
find the most qualified traffic when you guys set up your campaigns the way that
I show you, and get that traffic to your store on a consistent basis, and more
importantly is that you can actually push the algorithm to consistently just
go out and find more of your ideal customers, as you guys run these
campaigns for a long-term success. So one of the things
about myself is I don’t like short-term wins. I’ve got a household of seven.
You guys seen my four kids earlier, my fiancee, I need long-term.
I’m not the short-term guy. So if you’re looking for short term, obviously you
probably should leave my presentation, but here’s the other thing,
you’re able to get bottom of the funnel traffic on a consistent, regular, basis.
So I don’t have time to go through like an entire funnel process, but here’s
the thing we’re able to get people that have the desire to want to take action
to buy our products, and/or are in the action state that’s ready to buy right now.
And then, if you’re taking notes, just write these two things down.
I’m gonna circle back to them at a later time here shortly, but these are the two
main ways that were able to actually funnel traffic in our campaigns. It’s
through campaign priority and negative keywords. So let’s go through the
first part of actually setting up this feed. You guys ready for this?
Say yes! Come on man, give me some energy! Say yes! Alright, let’s go.
So there’s three main things that you need in order to actually set
up within the Shopping Network before you can even turn on ads, and if
you guys have been having difficulty prior to this, this is what you need. So number one, like I mentioned, you need a
feed created to actually sync your product information with Google.
Then number two, you have to have a Merchant Center account.Then number three,
obviously you gotta have a Google Ads account. A Google Ads account, not Google Express.
If you’re using Google Express, you’re getting tricked. Don’t use that, alright. So, here’s the recommended tools. So obviously, in order
to create a feed, if you’re using Shopify, that you’re just in good luck because
there’s an app, this is the best app on the marketplace. I don’t say that because
I get compensated to do that, these guys just have the best feed that syncs up a
Google Merchant Center to help you get the best results once you start running
your ads. It’s an app by a company called Simprosys, use that.
If you’re not using Shopify, I don’t know what to tell you. Well, no, I
actually do know what to tell you. You actually have to create the feed
manually. I don’t have enough time to tell you guys how to do that, but
literally just Google “product feed for shopping” and then whatever platform it is that
you’re using. Then also we already mentioned Merchant Center and
Google Ads. So if you’re using Shopify and you’re using the app called Simprosys, this is what it looks like. Literally, you download the app, it grabs
all your product data and it creates this feed for you to send everything
over into Google, and this is what it will look like inside your Merchant
Center account. So once you start syncing your products, everything will go into
Merchant Center, and it’ll give you all these little details where
products are active. If things are expiring that just means there’s some
stuff you need to fix, pending, and then if anything’s disapproved. So
specifically, on this store I have here, there’s like 10,000 products that are
synced up without me having to do anything. Every single time my VAs add products, they literally, automatically get sent over to
Merchant Center and the entire process is pretty much automated. That’s
why I said use the app that I recommended. So obviously, the last piece is just syncing everything up to your Google Ads
account. So here’s just something to have to notate because in the process of this,
the reason why people don’t have success sometimes and their products get
disapproved and/or their account gets suspended is because of compliancy.
So if you have a Shopify store or just an ecom store in general,
just make sure and again, this is simple things that you should already have, but
I don’t want to discount the fact that people might not know to have this stuff.
Shipping policy, return policy, contact us page with the phone number. That
doesn’t mean that you have to be actively answering the phone, but you do
need to see something because Google likes to see that. Business email. With your products specifically, one of the things that
Merchant Center likes to have is all your product data and information. So the
SKU number of the products, your vendor, the product type, your brands,
anything of that nature. You need to have everything completely
filled out with your products. Then lastly, your terms of service
power switches. So one of the things that you have the ability to do, is you have the
ability to set up what’s called a priority level. What this means is that
you can actually tell Google which campaign to looking at first, as you
launch different campaigns inside of your ad account.
And I’ll actually cover this a little bit later, but I just need to let you
guys know this is one of the first things that you want to do. Next, we
want to make sure that we enable these other two switches. So the
first one is actually inside the Search Network. So one of the things that
happens is there’s a lot of websites out there, like blogs and things of that
nature, that are Google partners. So when someone actually uses one of these
websites, you have the ability to get your products triggered on this website
inside of that network. A lot of people overlook this and/or
they don’t check this box. Secondly, now this is something new. I actually had
to update this recently, is that you’re now able to run your products on
YouTube and in the Discovery Network on their actual
channel. So now your products have the ability to actually get listed
inside of YouTube’s network as well as on side of Google’s network, and I’m
gonna give you guys examples of what that looks like.
So this is a website called The Guardian, that’s what the search network kind of
looks like. So if you guys have ever went to a website and said it’s powered
by Google or something of that nature, that’s what that looks like. This is what’s going to happen now with your products. You can now get them
listed on inside a highly-targeted traffic all inside of YouTube’s network, where
Google is gonna display your products for you for people, again, that are
already actively looking for them. So lastly, now we got to set up these
campaigns, we need to segment them, and then we need to cover our bidding
strategies. You guys ready to cover this? Say yes! Cool. Let’s go to it. So a couple things to note really quick. This is actually quite a few notes here,
so let’s get into these notes. So the first one is, when starting off,
I recommend that you guys use a smart campaign, and the only
two types of bidding strategies that I recommend that you guys use, is either
maximum clicks or maximise clicks or manual bidding. Don’t get distracted and
click on all the other bells and whistles inside of Google, because you’re
just gonna have a lot of challenges. This is why most people, when
they run Google Ads they’re like, “I don’t want to run on Google Ads, they
just blew through my budget” because you didn’t know what you were doing. So either use maximise clicks or manual bidding.
So that’s the first thing. The next thin is stay away from these
other things, enhanced CPC, accelerated bidding, smart goals, because the thing is
is that when you launch your new campaigns, Google has no data on you yet.
They don’t know who your customers are, they really don’t know what
your products are, and so what they’re gonna do is they’re gonna shotgun around
trying to figure out what’s the best thing to do for you, and in the process
they’re gonna use your budget. I don’t like that. Next is, I kind of
covered that a little bit, but lastly is start off with the bidding strategy like
I already mentioned, maximise clicks or manual bidding, and then kind of just
scale things up from there and I’m gonna cover exactly what that looks like, and
that’s how I’m able to actually have really great CPAs. So managing your
shopping ads and campaigns. So as we start to progress
through this, essentially, I’m gonna walk you guys through how to get bottom
of the funnel traffic as effectively as possible, and it’s really done like I
mentioned by two main things, priority bidding with the power switches, and then
also with negative keywords. So essentially, I already kind of covered
what priority bidding, is but the next thing with the negative keywords is that
essentially, those are gonna be words and phrases that you don’t want Google to
display you for. So what happens is once you launch your campaigns, Google is
gonna go out and find the people that are already searching for your products. Again you don’t have to look for them, they’re only gonna find the people
that are looking for them, and then what you do is simply just feed Google
the different phrases and terms that aren’t converting. And I’m gonna
give you guys an example of what that looks like, but the best thing about this
is the more negative keywords that you give Google, the less people they start
triggering you for, that you’re not looking for, and they actively just go out and
find more people that are your ideal customers based off the search terms
that you have in your campaigns. So important things to note about
negative keywords. Or just keywords.
So when running shopping ads, there are two primary ways to manage your keywords.
There’s a couple other ways, but these are the two primary ways that
I do it. With exact match or phrase match, and when you set these
keywords in there, exact match you have to use these little brackets and phrase
match, you have to use like these little quotations. So I don’t have time to cover all of this, I recommend taking a
picture or buying the replay. Here’s a scoop,
so essentially what an exact match is, is you tell Google to block that
exact match that you put into the brackets. So let’s say, hypothetically you
have a store that you’re selling snowboards on. So let’s say, for
example, you go into your campaign and you notice, man I’ve gotten 500
clicks for this phrase “best snowboards for 2019” but no one’s converting.
Does not mean I don’t want traffic for snowboards, I just don’t want traffic
for that phrase. So if you put that in
brackets inside of your Google ad campaign, you will tell Google,
“Don’t show me for this phrase anytime anyone puts in the search algorithm.” Now let’s cover what phrase match is. So essentially what
the phrase match does is when you put that in quotations, anything that you put
in quotations, you tell Google to block any phrase or term that’s in that bracket. So use an example of, let’s say you got a
snowboard website and let’s say you have a brand called Liquid Force, and Liquid
Force, it’s got terrible margins, you’ve been running traffic on it,
nobody’s converting, what the heck do I do? Again, doesn’t mean I don’t want traffic for the snowboards that I’m selling.
I just don’t want traffic for that brand. So when you put that brand in quotations, Google’s gonna block all the phrases and
terms that’s within those brackets, so you’ll never have to
actually get any type of traffic for anyone that puts in any phrase that
keywords related to that. So here’s an example. So this is a
store that I was running selling generators and you can see here in this
first phrase match, I can’t even really see that on that screen.
So it’s the term “1,000 coleman generator” so it’s a 1,000 watt Coleman generator.
So with the quotations around that, that’s a phrase match. So that means
that I don’t want any traffic coming to my website for anyone that’s putting in
any terms for “1,000 Coleman generator”. Now you can see the second term that I
have there as well as the third is a 1,000 watt brushless generator, serial
number you know, whatever that is 270
blah blah blah. So with that, that just means that that product is just
something I don’t want traffic for. So I’m telling Google anybody
that puts in that phrase, don’t show me for that, but continue to show me traffic
for all the other people that are looking for what I have. So let’s break down setting up
these actual campaigns. So first, what we’re going to do is
we want to set up a campaign that has all of our products.
We’re gonna put all of our products in this campaign and then what we’re going to do is
we’re going to start the process of actually launching this cannon.
So we’re gonna start the campaign, we’re gonna select smart campaign,
and what we’re going to do is we’re gonna do that
with the goal of website traffic to actually do maximum clicks.
So what this is gonna do, it’s gonna set up the campaign, you’ll say hey Google send me
the most amount of clicks for the products that I have, and go out and find
the people that are looking for what I sell. Next we need to segment the
campaign to what I like to refer to as a product cascade. So one of the things we
can do is we can actually go in and segment the campaign, so we can see everything
all at once. So now we can see what products are actually getting the
traffic, what’s working and not working. Then we’re gonna monitor
the phrases that are consistently non-related and turn those into
negative keywords.The more negative keywords we pump into the campaign, the
more Google actually goes out and finds the people that we’re looking for.
Lastly, what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna take the products that are
actually converting and we’re going to turn those into their own campaign.
So now Google just goes out and finds people directly for those products. So that’s phase one. So let’s walk
through this. So we’re gonna go into Google, select website traffic.
Next we’re going to click maximise clicks for our bid strategy. After that
we’re gonna click on the priority to be high. We want Google to check that
campaign first. Eventually you’ll have a lot of campaigns running, you want to
place a priority on your campaign that has all your products because that’s
where you’re gonna find your winners. Next after that, we’re gonna create
this product cascade so we can segment everything out, so we can see all of our products. So I got a few of my products blocked because I don’t want any extra competition, but this is what it looks like. So the
tricky part is and this is kind of funny, what Google does, is you have to hover
right beside where it says “our products” in order to actually click that button,
if you just go in your campaign, you actually won’t see it.
So just hover right there. I know it’s really slick. So that’s what it’s gonna
look like, you guys are gonna just go in here and select item ID, and it’s gonna
grab all your products that you’re gonna save without bids, and then everything is
going to be segmented out so you can see all the products that you have in that campaign.
And then after that, this is where you’re gonna monitor your
keywords at, so on the left hand side, you’ll see where it says like “keywords”,
you just click on that. Right now it’s selected on negative keywords. So you can
see like I have LGE and Panasonic specifically in this campaign. I actually
do it carry some of their products but where you’re gonna see most of your
search terms and stuff, you just click on search, but it’s just an example so you
guys can see some of the negative keywords and just where those go. So phase two. Cool. So phase two is we’re gonna take our
winning products and create a single campaign for them. Now we’re only going
to do manual CPC. We don’t need to do maximum clicks any longer
because what’s going to happen is inside the campaign that you have all your
products, you can actually see, obviously, what you’re paying per click. So what we
can do is we can take that average CPC that we’re already getting and just set
that as our CPC. So next after that, in terms of our
budget, what we want to do is we want to double whatever our budget was in our
normal campaign. So whatever you guys are spending, $100 a day, $1,000 a day, whatever that is, double the budget for
that single product. Then after that, again, we’re going to monitor our
search terms that come in for just that product and again, keep looking at those
search terms. Keep turning them into negative keywords, whether it’s exact
matches or phrase matches, keep pumping that in to Google because then that’s
just gonna force the algorithm to go more and more deep in terms of finding
your ideal customers that are looking for what you’re selling. Then lastly,
if you guys need to do this, so let’s say you hit a ceiling. Like you’re only
getting like you know 300, 400, maybe 500 visitors a day for that single product
and you want to pump things up, I would recommend at this point and at
this point only that you switch to enhanced CPC.
Enhanced CPC, I don’t have a lot of time to go into that, but essentially
what you do is you give up your control over what you’re paying for your
CPC, and put it on Google and say, hey if you feel like I would rank better, I’m
gonna give you the ability to spend more of my money per click. So you guys
can see how on the front end, if you did that, and you don’t have any data
Google’s just gonna have a couple issues. It’s just gonna be like shooting
around trying to figure out how much you need to pay, but when you’re pixel
already has data on it for your product, it already knows what ideally you’re
gonna pay, so it’s not gonna shotgun around as much. It’s gonna stay
relatively right around that same budget that you had traditionally for the regular CPC. So recap on what the heck it is that we just did.
I know there’s a lot of information, especially if you’ve never
ran Google Ads. So let’s like recap this. So number one, what we did was we
created a campaign for all of our products to accelerate our
exposure inside the Shopping Network. This also lowers our risk of
paying higher CPAs and creating single campaigns with manual bidding.
Then lastly, what we’ve done is we’ve now forced Google to actually give us
the higher likelihood of highly converted traffic for our targeted
campaigns because each campaign that you guys set up for the single products, it’s
just gonna have Google go out and find more and more people that are looking
for those individual products inside the network. So this is actually
the result of just one campaign, one product , and again, I do high-ticket
ecom, so this is just one week of sales. 41 sales, average CPA was $13, and this
one single product did $28,000 in a week. 2% conversion rate. $13 cost per acquistion. Craziness! So why Google Ads versus Facebook Ads? Here’s the thing. I’m a search guy.
I’ve never ran a Facebook ad. I boosted a post once. Does that count?
Boosting a post. I guess boosting posts don’t count. I only did it one time,
but here’s the thing. The reason why I love Google
is that you can actually drive traffic to your site that people have the intent
on. Someone goes to Google and they say, listen I’m looking for the
60-inch Amonty electric fireplace, SKU 2703 with the blue flame.
You’re not gonna find that customer on Facebook, nor are they
gonna go to Facebook and look for that exact product. Especially when you’re
doing high-ticket ecom. So we’re able to get in front of those people
that are actively looking for what it is that we want to sell. Then next is
there’s no ad creative. Again, I’m not the super smart markter. I don’t know about
the different copy and carousel ad versus video ad versus you
know. I don’t know slideshow ad, all that different stuff. Google takes all
my product data and information, they format it, they put it on their network,
and they trigger my products when people are looking for them. Then lastly is
that we can actually control the type of person that comes to our site and the
budget around that accordingly to match where people are at in the buying cycle
through the negative keywords. So again, it’s just another example
of the results of this and I just did this for the last couple of months,
you guys can see this is very recent, where you guys can
see conversion rate 400%, 700%, 500%.
Like, crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy conversion rates, and this is just
running traffic to the Shopping Network and Google’s just going out and
finding our ideal customer and what they look like. So who’s ready for a surprise?
Anybody want some surprises? Yes? Alright, I’m ending the presentation,
you guys are slacking. But no, let’s kind of go through this real quick.
So you guys have been pretty awesome. You guys have been pretty engaging, really
awesome crowd, so appreciate that so here’s what I’m gonna do for you guys.
Now I know a lot of people again, that’s why there’s a little survey in
the beginning. There’s not a lot a lot of people that’s doing ecom. We got agencies,
affiliate people, all that good stuff. So I’ve actually created a list that I’ve
personally researched myself of over 200 ecom products in different niches.
I actually personally did this, I spent 15 hours putting this list
together, okay. So it’s really good. So you guys got to do three things in
order to get this list. The first thing is just go to my personal
Facebook page, for my brand and just like Earnest Epps,
because I like likes. Everybody likes likes. Next is just join my free Facebook
group eCom Dropshipping For Entrepreneurs. Totally free. Just give a ton of value
inside of that group. Then lastly, just go to that link that you guys see there
below EarnestEpps.com/AWAeCom And that is all.