Beyond Six Figures Review (Justin Woll Course)
The full name Is Beyond Six Figures eCommerce Profit University, and it’s Justin’s own course. It’s designed to show you how you can build and market your eCommerce venture from scratch, and it divides into several videos spread through modules.
It says it contains all the steps you need to launch and grow your first eCommerce store, but is it true?
Let’s go through the content and find out.
Who’s the author?
Taylor owns the website remotelikeme.com, a travel blog she uses to record her experiences as well as offering worksheets, eBooks, and courses among other tools useful for digital nomads.
She started travelling in 2014 to Guatemala as a volunteer worker, and that hooked her into travelling. She’s visited almost all places in Europe and Latin America, and she started working with email marketing.
She has a Facebook group as well, and she says she’s helped many to start their remote careers. She then dedicated her time to creating courses, groups, and eBooks about getting remote work.
It’s easy to see she knows what’s she’s talking about as well.
About the course
Justin is quite an impressive case of young people’s success. He studied at Rutgers University (business), and he’s dedicated to eCommerce ever since. He made about $200,000 his first year, and he was featured on the 2018 edition of Top Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs magazine.
The only issue with him is how he sticks to exaggerating his claims and numbers. He said his FB group had 25,000 students back when it only had 17,000. Besides, his 90-day program costs $5,000 ($6,000 in instalments), and I doubt any eCom education should be worth that much.
This is one of the few courses I can say fits all audiences. Newcomers tend to feel overwhelmed by these programs, but Beyond Six Figures starts out by giving you a strong grasp on the foundation, so beginners won’t have too much problem going into the more complicated topics.
Besides, the course also offers advanced modules, and even the basic ones have good tips now and then, so more advanced students can still get value from it.
Reviewing Beyond Six Figures
It starts with a general view about the topics you’ll see in the course. There’s a good video on how product pages have changed with time.
This module goes into how good branding should look and what it is exactly. He also goes into how you can create a strong brand and why that’s important. It extends into products and store as well.
This module goes into the smaller details of creating a store on Shopify. It touches on choosing themes, logo creation, setting up your payments processor, your ship rates, etc. It’s not really a store creation module, but instead, it prepares you for the actual section coming next.
This section goes into much more depth and length. You learn about how to set up a store properly, finding the best marketing approach for your business, and how you can find the best products for your business. The last topic is based on a product that he claims made him $200,000.
Next up, you learn about Chrome’s business productivity extensions, which help make your workflow more efficient. He teaches a bit about Canva, which is a great free/cheap choice for good designs.
Here, he talks about his first successful product, which allegedly earned him $200,000 in a year. He then goes into how to find good products for your venture.
Facebook (basics, intermediate, and advanced)
There are 3 modules dedicated to marketing your store with Facebook Ads. It’s good to see such dedication to this topic, and there are some good insights here and there. Of course, the content gets better towards the end; the basics are standard stuff you can learn for free.
There are 4 sections making up different strategies. You have content on how to spot and solve inconsistencies in your ads, using manual bidding, how to scale your store, reaching out and dealing with IG influencers, and a final module on email marketing.
Following Justin (last 3 modules)
The final modules are somewhat of a blueprint to reach his success, but not quite. The 14th module is about a formula Justin says can make you $5,000 daily. There’s the updated Facebook Ads section (which constantly receives updates), and the last module is the case study of a product that made him the famous entrepreneur he is today.
Beyond Six Figures More Info
The sales page isn’t a good sign, and it mostly centers on how Justin Woll is a genius. There’s praising, screenshots, testimonials, and the Forbes review.
It’s never bad to prove you’re a reputable and trustworthy guy, but people go to the sales page to buy a course, not Justin himself. It’s more important to have info on the actual contents than the author himself.
However, the course itself isn’t bad at all. There’s some good content, but there’s also your standard subpar modules with content you can mostly get from YouTube. The Facebook basics is among the worst offenders.
Nevertheless, the turbocharging section is quite entertaining, the intermediate Facebook Ads module is pretty good, and the first few modules have some great insights. Those are the modules that made me learn more, and while the others didn’t really teach me anything new, it’s just because of my experience.
Justin isn’t a lucky one-hit success, and I can trust he’s a thriving young entrepreneur. However, I also think that he discovered real success with his courses instead of just eCommerce.
As for the course itself, it’s a good course, but it’s definitely not the best, and it’s more than definitely not worth nearly $1,000. I’d recommend it more if it was priced around the $200-300 mark, but there are still cheaper courses than that with a lot more content.
There are some very entertaining videos, and a couple of really good modules. The course overall is good for complete beginners, but the value offered isn’t $1,000 by any means.
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Once again, thanks for reading my Beyond Six Figures Review and I wish you the best of luck.