[Dropshipping] I have to scale?

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Hello, I have a website and I am making sales just 4 times per week, spending money (5 €) 7 days. But Its profitable to me. Do you think that I have to scale? I am not doing retargeting.

Best regards, Manfred.
#dropshipping #scale
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  • Profile picture of the author techwizard
    Is that a €5 a day for 7 days? How many conversions you have got till now? What is your ROAS?

    Try to increase it to $7.5 for now (after duplicating the winner of course and keeping it with the same budget).
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    • Profile picture of the author Manfred Bernitz
      Yes is a 5€ a day for 7 days. I have 2 weeks running the ad and I have got 9 sales, my ROAS is 4.91.

      So my next step will be duplicate the ad and changing the budget of the new ad to 7.5€ or 10€?
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      • Profile picture of the author MValmont
        Originally Posted by Manfred Bernitz View Post

        Yes is a 5€ a day for 7 days. I have 2 weeks running the ad and I have got 9 sales, my ROAS is 4.91.

        So my next step will be duplicate the ad and changing the budget of the new ad to 7.5€ or 10€?
        Just raise the budget, no need to duplicate.

        The whole thing of ¨ you need to duplicate the adset then raise the budget¨ was created by gurus selling $3000 courses to make it sound complicated in order to sell courses.
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  • Profile picture of the author jmosticc22
    I would say yes you should start trying to scale by reinvesting some of the profit you get by increasing your spending money.
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  • Profile picture of the author MValmont
    If you are profitable, scale. Don't forget to calculate ALL the costs though, currency conversion, paypal fees, Stripe fees etc.
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