Inside the weird, get-rich-quick world of dropshipping

From Wired

“My main gripe is that you’re selling a course for $6,000 to a person from middle America who’s put all their funds into this, and you’re teaching them to sell avocado slicers online with 40 other people who are also selling avocado slicers,” he says.

Get rich quick schemes almost never work out except for the people who start them or sell the courses. Much like MLM schemes and too-good-to-be-true share offers.

It’s a dirty area and best avoided.

Author: Ben Kinnaird
Ben gets businesses better leads by focusing on measurable improvements. He is also an Event speaker on marketing, Author, Podcaster and founder of the Inventive Marketing Club.


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