Have you ever been interested in the great profits some people are making using dropshipping on Shopify? Is it time to learn more?
Jon Mac is a well-known internet marketer who has established various business courses. A recent one is Store Formula (3) which teaches the method to set up an e-commerce store utilizing dropshipping and Shopify and advertising using paid Facebook Ads.
Jon Mac does seem to be a Legit operator and I will be looking further into the real value of the program he is offering.
Have you ever dreamed of becoming wealthy? So wealthy that money would no longer be a concern? A life of luxury?
It seems impossible, doesn’t it? A world away?
What’s the real story?
I can tell you that is all possible if you find the right business for you. With the correct business program and plenty of hard work, it is achievable!
Join me… I will analyze Store Formula in depth and conclude as to it’s real value and effectiveness. It could be the course to change your life and turn your dreams into reality.
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Store Formula 3 by Jon Mac – is it a Scam?
I know what you are thinking… there are so many programs of various quality like this available. How can Store Formula be any different? Perhaps you have already tried and been underwhelmed by a similar course, even felt as if you were scammed?
It would be reasonable to look at what Jon Mac is offering and think – is it a Scam?
I would like you to make your own mind up, but I will give you my input as I study the program further. My initial thoughts are that there are some good online reviews, and the free content offered by Jon Mac looks pretty good, so I don’t think it can be called a scam.
Perhaps the bigger issues are, what can I actually use it for, and will I get value for money?
I will be looking at these points and give you my opinion later on…
Review of the Pros and Cons of Store Formula
In order to get a fuller understanding of Store Formula, I will run through the positives and negatives as I see them. First up, the pros. These include:
- Store Formula 3 is constantly evolving. The main thing I liked about the program is that there is more material being added all of the time. Even during the relatively short time I was studying the course, I noticed additions being made quite regularly.
- John Mac offers a free ebook called “Cash Flow for Life: How to Generate an Income Online,” which contains plenty of interesting details and gives you a taster for the proper course. This should help you evaluate if the teaching methods he uses will mean Store Formula will be the program for you.
- There is considerable time spent on evaluating different suppliers and a lot of training about finding the right product to market. There is an interesting bonus course included regarding 23 products in various niches which work well. All in all, this is one of the stronger parts of Store Formula.
As with almost everything, a positive is followed with some negatives. The cons include:
- Facebook Ads are not cheap. I found it easy to spend over $1,000 per week on a limited advertising campaign. This needs to be factored into the budget. There are other options such as Instagram advertising discussed, but clearly, Jon Mac recommends Facebook Ads.
- The price for the course can be an issue at $997, plus there are various other expenses to consider. This can be hard to find for anyone, especially if you are just starting out with your business. If this is a concern for you, look for special promotions and payment terms offered online. Over time I have seen some decent deals for this.
- A lot of people say that much of the material can be found for free online. This is a regular complaint about dropshipping courses, and it is indeed true that there is a lot of free information out there if you search through message boards and YouTube, but I believe this to be a minor concern as this is a pretty well put together course with plenty of information. If I could suggest an improvement to Store Formula 3, I would say it doesn’t feel “complete” and there are several complaints online about missing topics. Perhaps more time should be spent correcting this.
- Store Formula strongly encourages you to use and promote Adsector, for which they are obviously an affiliate marketer. This felt a bit wrong to me, as they were basically charging me to sell their product on their behalf.
- Facebook ads have issues which are underplayed by Store Formula 3. A lot of maintaining and updating is required and is a more or less constant process during the formative months of your business. So the impression given of this business method, creating an opportunity to sit back and wait for a nice passive income is false. You will need to dedicate a lot of time and effort to get the full benefit of this program.
I cannot emphasize this enough…
It takes a lot of hard work to build a profitable dropshipping business! It is no “get rich quick” scheme and there are no shortcuts…
If you want to get full value from Jon Mac’s advice, make sure you are ready to commit sufficient time…
Please keep reading… I am ready to render my final verdict.
Conclusion about this eCom course!
I was keen to get started with studying Store Formula as I was convinced there are still great profits to be made using the dropshipping through Shopify business model. However, as I worked my way through the program I began to grow disillusioned.
There are several weaknesses which I didn’t think should exist in a program at this price level. For example, Facebook Ads are a far more time-consuming process than is portrayed here. The course doesn’t feel complete, and the section on dealing with problem suppliers is quite weak in my opinion. These and several other areas are in need of improvement.
There were things to like here though, and I did appreciate that Jon Mac regularly adds more information, so that the course is still developing.
Here’s the deal…
I think there is too much content which could be found for free online and too much lacking for a course which cost me the best part of $1,000.
Even though there are some likable things about Jon Mac, I cannot recommend Store Formula 3. There are better dropshipping courses for a more competitive price out there. If you are interested to set up a Shopify store and build a good profitable business I suggest you take a look at other business programs.