Common advice when deciding on a niche to sell in is to avoid entering a highly seasonal market with a very short selling period. Think: Christmas related products or Halloween costumes. I know it’s one of the 4 niche criteria in the Store Coach course – don’t pick a seasonal product – and it’s good advice (read my Store Coach review). Why go to all the effort of building a niche store around a product range that only sells for 1 or 2 months of the year, when you can sell something that has more steady demand year round?
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I want to tell you about a keyword tool that I just don’t see being talked about much.
You always hear about popular keyword research tools and software like Wordstream, Market Samurai, SEMrush and, of course, Google’s Keyword Planner, but they all have one problem:
UPDATED for Drop Ship Lifestyle version 4.0!
This Drop Ship Lifestyle review has been updated since the release of version 4.0 of the course. Just bear in mind that many other reviews out there are now outdated as the course has changed quite significantly.
If you’ve ever thought about building an online store selling physical products, you may well have come across the web-based training program, Store Coach. The 3 guys behind the training – the Hermansen brothers – claim they can teach you their 7-phase process to launching an ecommerce business that can have you earning a consistent and steady income, from the comfort of your own home.
So, is this course any good? Let’s find out. I’ve been familiar with the training since it first launched, so think I’m in good position to make a thorough Store Coach review.
The Drop Ship Lifestyle e-commerce training course isn’t cheap.
To it’s credit, the course is very good and is arguably worth the asking price (see my full Dropship Lifestyle review) but that doesn’t change the fact that the initial investment required to purchase the course is a huge sum of money for many.