Dropshipping Titans Review (Paul Joseph Course)
It’s not that common to see a course for dropshipping through eBay today, so it’s surprising to see Paul offering exactly that: how to dropship on the platform using PayPal for payments.
Dropshipping on eBay used to be a great business, and many people made hundreds of thousands just with that. The question is: is it still a good idea today?
Back then, dropshipping started becoming more difficult as competition became fiercer, and people found ways to gain an edge over most dropshippers. Then Chinese entrepreneurs showed up, and with their prices and free shipping, they pushed the remaining businesses aside.
In fact, that’s why Shopify is so popular right now. You don’t really have to compete with anyone directly, and you can rewrite most product information into your own similar offers. You can also provide upsells and complements, which isn’t possible on eBay.
However, did things change? Is Paul’s course worth the $247-297 (depending on the payment method? Let’s find out.
Reviewing Dropshipping Titans
The sales page is fairly standard with other courses today. It tries to hype you about forgetting about working office hours, but it does lack the pictures of the mentor’s income and all that flashy showcasing.
It’s a pretty good video, and it does its job as it should: it shows Paul knows what he’s doing. However, there was something strange; Paul says his income is $10,000 monthly, but the page says $15,000.
Another problem is that you won’t learn about the limits on eBay for newcomers. People new to the platform have to prove they’re not scammers, and you won’t be able to sell all you want on it. You’re limited just to selling 10 weekly items.
Once you reach it, you need to go through different processes to increase it, so eBay really handicaps new sellers against the already-existing dropshippers.
What do you get with this course?
Once you sign for the course, you have instant access to all the content. There’s no unlocking modules or having to wait before continuing.
The course actually has quite a lot of content. You get more than 70 different training videos and 18 modules detailing the steps in Paul’s business approach. You also have the standard Facebook private group and bonuses.
The bonuses are some scripts for consumer service you can download and a few modules on scaling your business.
Modules 1, 2, and 3
First up, you get to see his sales revenue from a single month, circling the $150,000 mark. That’s it: $5,000 daily. However, it does come from a preloaded website from before the start of the video, and since he didn’t refresh the page, you’re left to believe this image.
Why not just make a video from the start and log into your account to show everything?
The second module is where you actually start to learn something. It’s a series of four videos explaining the fundamentals of the business model, which a lot of people will already know.
Then there’s the video explaining what eBay is… yes.
The last module dedicates to PayPal, what it is, and why it’s necessary. There’s probably a few people who haven’t heard about PayPal, but you’re still getting several videos and two modules that could all be summarized into a single video.
Finally, the last module is also focused on US members. If you’re not from the States, then make sure you research what you need to open an account; you don’t want it banned.
The next module focuses on setting up your own store on eBay. It’s extremely basic stuff, and he’s mostly just telling you what you’re going to see on the eBay interface anyways. Even children would have zero issues with it.
You then learn about how to set up the policies for the business, which is fairly useful when compared to what we just saw.
This is yet another module dedicated solely to US members. By now, it should be clear that if you’re not from the US, then you’re going to research a lot on your own since Paul clearly didn’t think about overseas audiences when making this.
Modules 5 through 15
Everything here focuses son how to set up your business on eBay, because it seems you need 10 whole modules for that.
There’s not much to say about it: you learn about how you can list your products, optimize titles, and set up your layout. There’s also information and tips on order processing and how to handle customer comments.
If you’ve used eBay in the past, then you’ve also tried most of the features he explains here.
The last module finally gives you what you wanted to get: how to find the products for your business. Yes, you had to skip through 19 modules before you get what you actually paid for, and I even started thinking I had taken the wrong course or that the sales page link had redirected me incorrectly.
But no, turns out the sales page is just really misleading.
Everything is fine, though, we’re already where we’re supposed to be. You get a video with Paul explaining which products you can sell for a whopping 3 minutes.
Yes, that’s mostly it. You’re out of luck if you were expecting to learn about product research, how to find good suppliers and trending products. The only “depth” here is Paul recommending you use HomDepot for finding inspiration on good products.
Again, yes, I’m not joking here, and we’re just setting up for the grand finale.
You then get to see Paul’s business model, the one you’re supposed to learn with this course. He dropships from Walmart to his store, and it seems to be gift cards.
Why is that bad?
Well, international businesses can’t checkout with Walmart. If you do, and you’re not US-based, then your IP gets blocked and all your orders cancelled. So, if you’re not an US-based student, then you just waited 20 modules to confirm that this course won’t do much for you.
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Once again, thanks for reading my Dropshipping Titans Review and I wish you the best of luck.