eCom Savages Review (Leon Green Course)
Leon Green launched his own dropshipping course for Shopify, eCom Savages, earlier this year. This course is sold as everything necessary for you to start out your own venture, so we’re going to check it out so that you can determine if it’s worth your $197.
According to Leon, this is a guide to go from $0 to $100,000.
Since it’s barely on its first iteration, chances are he’ll release new updates in the future. However, there’s no mention regarding whether you getting lifelong access or if you have to pay for each version.
Besides, the name is fairly similar to the affiliate course by Franklin Hatchett, so he’s probably trying to get some free marketing from Franklin’s success.
Who’s the author?
Leon has a fairly small YouTube channel with a bit over 3,000 subscribers. He’s your standard eCommerce content creator, with videos on dropshipping in general, tips, and how to find products.
He also has your standard clickbait titles telling you he’s revealing products that can make you more money than you can spend in a week.
Every video has Leon using keywords from his competitors in YouTube who get more views and subscribers, so he’s probably trying to leech on other people’s traffic for his own content. I guess that’s valid.
He actually has some value in most of his videos, but the overhype and clickbait simply kill my desires to watch any of them, which is a shame.
It’s the same on Instagram: luxurious life, parties, plenty of sports cars, and of course, Shopify dashboard screenshots. I guess that’s all the backing he needs for his claims about making 7 figures with dropshipping, but I’m still not sold on it.
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The course is only available via Stripe payments, and it sells for $197. It offers 9 different modules explaining the different topics, but it’s still a really short program.
You have your usual welcome video, explaining the course and the right mindset you want for success. The next stop is a “secret” researching method he uses, but it’s just common knowledge, and you can find it in many other courses.
You also have the mandatory videos about creating a store on Shopify and how it should look after your done. This is explained with an over-the-shoulder view in all videos, and it’s one of the longer sections.
Too bad that’s not saying much.
Then, Leon recommends some apps you want to install and integrate to your store as per his own insight. On the other hand, I’d just recommend you buy something like eCom Turbo and save a lot of time (and even money) searching and installing every app.
There are a few nice tips on how to write descriptions, so that’s good.
Unfortunately, it then goes on a disappointingly short section on Facebook Ads and how to copywrite. It’s really short, so you won’t really get a lot of value out of these videos.
Then, there’s another neat little lesson. This time, it’s about when you want to kill off ads that fail and when to scale the successful ones.
The last section is about using influencers on Instagram, and I believe Leon does a better job in his YouTube channel, and he does it for free there, so I’d rather re-watch that.
And… that’s it. It’s not a long course as I told you, and he skips a lot of paramount information and tips like email marketing, Google marketing, SEO, chatbots, etc. You’re just given a very basic overview of the most popular methods available, and that’s it.
I couldn’t really find any refund policies around or any terms and conditions, so you probably have to rely on the payment methods. I can’t trust a course that doesn’t show its refund policies, even if they don’t offer refunds.
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Once again, thanks for reading my eCom Savages Review and I wish you the best of luck.