Royal Blueprint Review King Comm Course

Royal Blueprint Review (King Comm Course)

Today we’ll be reviewing the Royal Blueprint, and you will learn if this is the course for you or not.

King Comm’s real name is Chris Waller, and he’s a YouTube creator who managed to amass a significant following with his content. Right now, his channel surpassed the 60,000-subscriber mark, and it’s nearing towards the 70,000.

What’s noteworthy is that his channel is barely reaching its first anniversary, and he still surpassed a lot of other gurus with at least twice that life span. He only started dropshipping when he was 19, and he’s one of the youngest dropshippers even today at 20 years old.

I always worry about people releasing courses so early in their careers since there are little chances for them to gather the required experience. Even if he’s making a lot of money, that doesn’t mean he knows all the in’s and out’s of the model, even less being prepared to mentor others.

However, I’ve been surprised by younger people before, so that’s not a strong case against the course. On the good side, he isn’t asking for your life’s savings: the course is priced at just $297. It was $100 cheaper during release, but that seems to have passed.

Let’s go into what really matters: is the course good or not?


Who’s the author?

King Comm says that this course was born from several comparisons between different popular courses on the same topic, from the likes of Kevin David and Gabriel St-Germain. He says this course is a conglomerate of all their ideas improved by him.

These claims seem subjective to me, and it’s still a sales pitch, so he has reason to bash on other eCom gurus to make his course looks better.

On the other hand, he did pull an awesome move: creating a store from scratch just to use as the case study for this course. I’d shake is hand if I could just because of that. All details from the process have been video recorded, so you can see the setup in its entirety all the way to the advertisements.

That does not mean you should just buy the course to copy everything shown on the video. The product is probably saturated right now. It’s just a really clever way to market the course and teach people how his approach works.


Reviewing Royal Blueprint

King Comm says that this course was born from several comparisons between different popular courses on the same topic, from the likes of Kevin David and Gabriel St-Germain. He says this course is a conglomerate of all their ideas improved by him.

These claims seem subjective to me, and it’s still a sales pitch, so he has reason to bash on other eCom gurus to make his course looks better.

On the other hand, he did pull an awesome move: creating a store from scratch just to use as the case study for this course. I’d shake is hand if I could just because of that. All details from the process have been video recorded, so you can see the setup in its entirety all the way to the advertisements.

That does not mean you should just buy the course to copy everything shown on the video. The product is probably saturated right now. It’s just a really clever way to market the course and teach people how his approach works.


What do you get with this course?

There are only 4 modules, with the 4th one being the bonuses, but this course still has 60 videos in total plus a few resources. It’s more than many courses out there, for sure, but it’s still on the middle end of the spectrum.

Module 1

The first module starts with a short introduction before Chris goes into an A-Z outline of starting your business. It focuses on creating your website from scratch: thinking about what you’re going to sell.

Chris is fairly biased towards single-product businesses, and he advises you to match your domain with the name of your product. The issue is that if a product doesn’t work, you’ll have to create a new store.

There are also videos on building your backend, creating good copywriting, using videos, creating a Facebook page, creating ands and testing creatives, and when you should scale or terminate certain ads.

Finally, there are videos on analyzing your data to ensure your business is always profitable.

Module 2

The title says it all: filling in the gaps. It feels like the content feed of a YouTube channel with different and mostly unrelated topics like logo creation, using Stripe for your payments, his views on the future of dropshipping, recommended apps, and more.

It somewhat grabs a direction for a bit when getting into product research. He teaches you a blueprint for choosing products, and it seems it’s also a rehash of other gurus’ blueprints. You have AliExpress research, looking for the same product on Shopify, eCom Hunt, and the popular AliShark.

That’s the only cohesive part of the module, though; the rest remains as the space where Chris left all the topics he didn’t include in the first module.

Near the end, there’s content on determining the right time to get your LLC, how to provide the correct customer service, how to fulfill bulk orders, and how to determine the right price for your products.

Module 3

This is the module where Chris shows you the case study for the course: how he created a store from scratch and started generating sales.

Before detailing the module, let me repeat the same thing I said before: don’t buy any course with a case study expecting to copy what’s shown. No one would give away a highly profitable niche while they’re squeezing it. If Chris revealed it, it’s probably oversaturated already, so don’t spend money copying it.

The start of the module shows Chris browsing AliExpress and looking for products, a niche, searching a logo for free, creating his store with all the essential pages, and integrating the apps he uses.

That’s a good piece of the entire case study, and you can find a good portion of it for free on YouTube, so it’s nothing special so far.

Regardless, the case study does become interesting after that goes by. He even has a video showing you how the store scaled all the way to making $14,000 in a day.

This module, besides being highly entertaining, is also useful for showing you how you can create a store and what you can expect from it when done correctly. If you’ve been wondering the right way to set up a store on Shopify, this is a great addition to the course.

Module 4 (bonuses)

The bonuses come in the last module, and they’re a handful of resources that can help you out down the road, either to use directly or for inspiration.

You get a case study showing you returns on advertisements and another one showing you an ad with a $1 million spending that provided a ROAS (Return on Ad Spending) 4 times higher the initial investment.

Besides that, you have a countries list (ePacket) that could come in handy when working on your store and scaling it and automatic moderation for your comments, which can make your comments section look better.

I must chime in here. I don’t really like moderating comments because it makes me feel like I’m cheating, and I don’t like cutting people’s opinions. However, it’s still a good bonus if you want to keep your comments tidy and without swears.


Final Verdict

Is It Worth It? Final Verdict

I need to give props to Chris regarding his sales expertise. He really knows how to sell a product, and creating a case study solely for this course was brilliant. He also has a good grasp on how to develop a connection with his followers.

His YouTube content has good value, and he’s great at convincing others and overall selling a brand, so I can definitely trust the knowledge he’s sharing. You can see that on the size of his YouTube Channel, and it makes you wonder why does he have to lower himself to bashing his competitors.

That ability translates into his marketing for this course.

Now, it’s a great course for people wanting to get into the business without any knowledge, and I’ll admit that the seeming randomness of the second module keeps things somewhat fresh.

This course just isn’t for intermediate (minus a few tips) or advanced dropshippers since it does skip a lot of content. For example, you won’t find anything on Instagram and Google marketing, using chatbots, SEO, or any particularly advanced marketing strategies.

To summarize, it’s a good course for complete beginners, and the price is quite fitting for the content you’re getting. However, there’s still a better option for the same money.

Royal Blueprint Alternative

My favorite eCommerce course available today is eCom Elites by Franklin Hatchett. The same price as Chris’ course would get you the most expensive package from Franklin’s product, and it’ll teach you everything you can learn here and more.

If you want the standard version, then it’s $100 less, and you’re still getting access to all the content here and a lot more.

eCom Elites has over 180 videos, more than double what Chris’ offers, and it covers a lot more strategies than just Facebook Ads with all the depth necessary to understand the entire mesh.


I hope you found this review useful and if you have any questions, please comment down below. I’ll be more than happy to assist you.

Once again, thanks for reading my Royal Blueprint Review and I wish you the best of luck.

Mike

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