- Avg. Revenue /month$350USD
- Avg. Sessions /month623
- Avg. Profit /month$400USD
I'm here to offer the sale my online Techno driven drop shipping store [REDACTED] that I started exactly one year ago.
Lets get to the good stuff ￼ 😎 Store Operation - The store is 100% drop shipping. What that means is that whenever someone buys something from your store, you pay a printing/shipping company your whole cost for the item and shipping, and then you collect payment directly from the buyer and get back your wholesale cost + your profit. In other words, all you do is drive the sale and the drop shipping company will print your shirts/items and ship them out to the customer, and you collect the profit.
Customer Retention/Remarketing - I have the store set up so that whenever someone buys something, they automatically get sent an email providing them with a 15% promo code for future purchases. I also have Facebook Pixel installed on the site so anyone who comes to the site can remarketed to and be shown ads to on Facebook/Instagram. I have a customer database of about 125+, with the average order coming in at about $35 , and the highest being about $140 so far.
Marketing - I've spent just over 1K thus far on Facebook/IG Ads and totaled about $4300 in sales. After my Shopify monthly costs, dropshipping costs and other miscellaneous monthly expenses ($7 a month for IG "like" bot and I think $10 for the email send out/marketing service I use) - I netted about 1.5K in profit over the course of a year.
Now please keep in mind there were times I was not running ads at all and simply posting content (clips of live sets etc) and still getting sales. There was also a period where I was not really posting ANY content or doing ads but was still bringing in a sale or two every few days (hey, profit is profit)
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Couple of things to consider - Sales by traffic source - This is where your customer came from. Direct = Customer typed in your site url directly || Social = FB/IG/Twitter etc referred them || Search = Customer found your site from Google/Yahoo search. So obviously you can see the "Direct" source topping the rest. This tells you that you have a solid domain name people can remember (and is also search engine friendly)
Extra Bonus - I went back and forth with Facebook a couple times about my page name having .com in it. At first they didn't let me do it but in the end they approved it and let me have it. (I can be pretty persuasive lol)
Search engine optimization - When you go to google, type in "Techno shirts" and see the results that come up. This site ranks #4 worldwide out of about 32.8 million results. Even above Drumcode's (A huge techno label) own merch site. So why is this important? Because lets say not THAT many people are searching for "techno shirts" right now...but as culture changes and evolves you have to think that some day in the near future the popularity of techno/tech house is going to soar. Especially with the young kids getting into deep house more etc.
A winning product - The number 1 selling product at the moment is the "Techno is the devils music" shirt, and people love that shit. Honest to god I went to last years Escape, CRSSD in march, then EDC, and saw my shirt being worn at least by 1 or 2 people. Pretty dope to see it in that environment. Again, I only had about 130 customers so far, so it's still def at its infancy and still kinda lowkey which is cool.
Why don't I want it anymore? I'm simply too busy with other projects I have going on. I am a co-founder of an analytics company called Spektrol, and I'm also getting prepared to start teaching marketing and branding courses for artists at a production school in Hollywood. Plus I have my private clients that I do different work for and I just really don't have the time to put the effort into this site that it deserves.
What you will receive 1) The domain 2) Facebook Page (1.3K fans) + IG Page (800+ fans) 3) All previous customer data. 4) Entire Shopify platform switched to your information. 5) 1 on 1 training from myself on how to use Shopify and how to target the perfect customer and run Facebook/IG Ads to them. (I already have all the targeting audiences locked in, I'll just show you how I did it) 6) Any kind of technical or advertising support you need for 30 days from date of purchase of the site. I will teach you absolutely EVERYTHING you need to know until you feel comfortable running it on your own.
Any other questions feel free to contact me!
Because it is at its total infancy still, and has had minimal ad spend towards it. I think someone with a little higher budget allocated for Facebook + IG ads could really take it to the next level. It has a killer domain name thats search engine friendly. It's ranked #4 out of 37 million results for "Techno Shirts". More than half of our sales came directly TO the store instead of through social media. Easy to maintain if you know how to post the right content during the week and run ads on the weekends.
Do weekly email sendouts, set up messenger bots, create a customer loyalty program. Allocate a higher budget for Facebook/IG Ads. Post techno sets or videos everyday, do more giveaways, send free shirts to big techno artists.
I created all the designs myself , I've put countless hours into getting my site #4 on Google, labeling the proper menus, using the right keywords, putting GIF's on the product descriptions, making the product descriptions more funny/cool and personalized. Setting up personalized thank you emails. Interacting with the fans, responding to all messages, setting up and optimizing all the Facebook Ads so that you get 9/10 relevance scores every time. Creating special retargeting audiences for both FB and IG, and alot more.
Traffic and Performance
- Avg. Revenue /month$350USDVerified
- Avg. Sessions /month623Verified
- Avg. Profit /month$400USD
- Profit Margin30%
- Avg. Sales /month15
Other details about profit:Profit varies greatly on volume obviously, so on average if you were to put about $60 per weekend on Facebook Ads costs, you can potentially make about $250 in revenue, cutting dropshipping and ad costs, you would make around $100 profit per weekend. Remember that some of our store orders can be quite high (2 shirts ranging about $70) so just because you see low orders, those may be the ones with high ticket buyers that buy 3-4 shirts at a time. Remember, this is ALL dependent on your creative (how good your picture/video ads are, what captions you use etc, what offers you do etc)
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