Dylan Sigley is wondering what the best business model is this year. Is it Dropshipping, Affiliate Marketing, Consulting, Amazon FBA? Ope, he already has the answer for you (of course he does). To make a buncha money online, working in your underwear, you need something pretty freakin’ cheap to start, not crazy competitive, easy sales, and fast. He thinks Drop Servicing ticks all those boxes. You sell high ticket services to clients, hire a freelancer to do the job for cheaper than you got it for, and pocket the difference. Scroll down for my Dylan Sigley review.
One example Dylan shares is selling animated marketing videos to companies for basically $1000 each. He claims he outsources it for about $250 and pockets the other $750. “But the exciting thing is, we only pay our team after we get a sale,” Dylan explains. “And you don’t need any prior skills, knowledge, or experience.”
You don’t even need to fulfill or deliver the services yourself. And you don’t have to talk to your clients either. Look, as an aside, I just don’t think a business where you don’t know what’s going on and you’re not talking to customers regularly is going to be viable. Continuing on, this YouTube ad he has shows off the results of this Drop Servicing Blueprint course. Screen shots of student wins from system. A system that has 3 simple steps (ooo I feel a pitch coming on).
Step one: reach out to potential clients (duh). Step 2: Plug them into your sales system. Step 3: Let the outsourcing begin. Those are the only 3 steps Dylan uses in his successful drop servicing business. Maybe with his training and swipes you’ll get similar results.
No Dylan is clear that he can’t guarantee any of these results, but he can guarantee that he’ll show you how they made as much as $2,234 dollars in a couple days. No upfront costs and no talking to anyone and no knowledge of what you’re selling. “Drop servicing is the new greatest opportunity of our era,” Dylan says, “allowing us to make a full-time income online while working from home.”
I agree with what he says next though. He says that you should be skeptical of him. He’s just some random dude on YouTube after all. But then, while your guard is lowered, he shows you more social proof to push you into his free training. We see what you did there Dylan…anyway at the end of the training he says you’ll get a copy/paste email template that’ll help you possibly land a sale right away. While Quora and Reddit thrash this guy, I don’t see why…he at least leads with value.
He even goes as far to tell you that he will pitch you at the end of the training. “Yes, we do have a paid program you can join if you want to,” Dylan says, “but you certainly don’t have to. There’s enough information in this training to where you can take it and use it to get sales without needing to pay.” I think the gurus could learn a lot from this kids ads. But if you want a WiFi business that doesn’t require outsourcing, check this out below.