Price is negotiable.
I started up Your Upgrades around January as a general store that I could use to test out whatever products I wanted to determine which ones I would like to move forward with based on their sales numbers. I ran it for about 3 months and generated over $2,000 of revenue during that time.
The name of the site is perfect because it is generic and implies that any product being sold on the site is an improvement for the customer buying it. I did manage to sell a few winning products on the site, but due to a low amount of capital, I was unable to buy enough ads to stay relevant against my competitors. Because of school, I also didn't have the time to seek out cheaper influencers, fulfill orders, deal with customer support, etc. so I had to take a break.
Now I've decided to sell the store altogether, because it can definitely be used by someone who has the time and capital to do well in dropshipping. I've already set it up to be optimized for conversions, with very persuasive sales copy on some of the products, such as the Wave Ring product which was one of the winners I found, doing over $1,000 in revenue.
I know a lot about Facebook Ads so I'd be more than willing to set up custom conversions for the new owner's pixel, in order to make sure that their pixel tracks purchases in different niches separately.
I am even willing to disclose the names of the Instagram pages which worked the best for me, and what my plan of action would have been if I had the capital and time to continue selling on this site.
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