Verified Dropshipping is being advertised pretty heavily of late. Its a new dropshipping course by Jimmy Hill and Adam Kalish. Today, we will be taking a look at the course in this Verified Dropshipping Review. We will be looking at the content and whether or not you should sign up to the Basic ($197), Advanced ($497) or verified plan ($597).
The course aims to teach you how to start a profitable dropshipping business and replace your job in 90 days. That would be nice but will the content deliver on this dream?
Who Are Jimmy Hill and Adam Kalish?
Chances are if you have heard of Jimmy Hill and Adam Kalish then it would probably have been through an Instagram/Facebook Promoted Ad.
There is limited information about these guys online, and I am unable to find any of their accounts across the Social Media Platforms. It appears that they are not yet active on YouTube. They have about 10k followers between them on Instagram via their handles @jimmyhill3 and @adamkalish, and content is sparse and typically involves images of their day to day lives.
Jimmy Hill claims to be a successful dropshipper that began back in October 2018.and has since been able to pursue it full-time. He claims to have been able to clear his debts, travel and quit his 9-5 job through selling one product.
Adam Kalish on the other hand supposedly followed a similar path and used dropshipping as the way to break free from his soul-sucking 9-5. He claims it has enabled to live life on his own terms and now he wants others to do the same.
Verified Dropshipping Review
The Verified dropshipping course is available on verifieddropshiping.com. You can access the signup page either directly on the site or through a Free Webinar that is used to entice you in.
The Webinar provides ‘free training’ that leads you with more questions than answers, and then surprise, you are provided with a link to the full course to get the information you actually need.
Nonetheless, the course is available in three packages: Basic ($297), Advanced ($497) and Verified ($597).
Each plan comes with the ‘master course’ and access to the 200 member private group, but with each level of plan you get added extras like recommended products, website reviews and ad strategy recommendations.
The course consists of 26 exercises (excluding the Intro, Outro and Bonuses) which aim to teach you how to build out a store and start obtaining customers. The idea is that you replicate each exercise so that you will have an asset by the time you are through with the course.
Here’s the full list:
- Exercise 1: Introduction
- Exercise 2: A look at Jimmy and Adam’s Store
- Exercise 3: Naming Your Store
- Exercise 4: Connecting A Domain
- Exercise 5: Setting Up Your Store Backend
- Exercise 6: Creating a Facebook Page
- Exercise 7: Recommended Store Apps
- Exercise 8: Finding Products
- Exercise 9: Pricing Products
- Exercise 10: Importing Products
- Exercise 11: Launching Your Store
- Exercise 12: Testing an Order
- Exercise 13: Creating an Ad
- Exercise 14: Online Branding
- Exercise 15: Setting Expectations
- Exercise 16: Understanding The Fundamentals
- Exercise 17: Launching Your First Ad
- Exercise 18: Ad Strategy
- Exercise 19: Facebook Ads (Beginners Stage)
- Exercise 20: Fulfilling Orders
- Exercise 21: Facebook Ads (Intermediate Stage)
- Exercise 22: Facebook Ads (Advanced Stage)
- Exercise 23: Facebook Ads (Pro Stage)
- Exercise 24: Converting Ad Sets
- Exercise 25: How to Increase Profits
- Exercise 26: Scaling Ads Horizontally and Vertically
- Exercise 27: Growing a Brand
- Exercise 28: Outro
- Exercise 29: Bonus Videos
As you can see the main premise of this course is teaching you how to build a store and run Facebook Ads to acquire customers.
It would have been good to have seen more comprehensive marketing training particularly on Google Ads, SEO, Email Marketing and Sales Funnels. These are the kind of systems you need in place to truly build a long-term business and loyal customer base.
Would you not expect to see various marketing angles discussed on an eCommerce training course costing several hundred dollars?
Its always a shame to see a ‘No Refund’ policy. That’s the case here. All sales are final so if you decide to sign up that’s your money gone for good – even if you are not satisfied with the content. While you can appreciate that Jimmy and Adam show off their store in lesson 2, and sure its their prerogative, it doesn’t particularly fill us, the consumer with much confidence.
The Verified Dropshipping ‘Master’ Course is short and given the different price points of $197+ I would have hoped for more content.
There is a real lack of Marketing Training outside of just the Facebook Platform. Even then, the Facebook Training appears to be rather limited when you compare it to other courses out there.
Google Ads and Instagram are just two of those with huge marketing potential that would really benefit anyone looking at building a dropshipping business.
When you consider that there are other courses out there like eCom Elites ($197) that offer over six times the content at the same price with more than 200+ videos and a private Facebook mastermind group of 5,000+ fellow dropshippers, it makes it an easy choice to look elsewhere.
You can see why its the superior option in my review by clicking here.