Anyone try Shoplicate

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I see that there is a product being sold on
JVZOO called Shoplicate that lets you search for the best selling eccommerce products being sold on Shoplify stores, Amazon, Ebay, Aliexpress, Facebook, etc

As it cost t$49 a month I was wondering if anyone has tried it yet and whether it works well.

I was thinking if it helps me find good products to sell it might be worth buying it for one or two months.
#shoplicate
  • Profile picture of the author Robert X
    Yes! I purchased the 1 year subscription, went through the entire thing in about an hour I guess. I do like it, however, Ifound that the info that it gives you is not all that important for the $297 that it cost me.

    It shows you top Shopify sites and top selling products but, these are from well established stores. You can't just run out and copy these sites and expect the same results.

    For me, if I want to see what is selling good and are top product that are sold randomly that people buy on a whim, I go see the products at at Groupon. They show you what products are selling through mainly email marketing. And people aren't searching for these products. These are the best products that people buy when not even looking. Simple system I use. Works every time.

    So, after going through the course and software use, I felt that my way of finding good sellers is much easier, faster and way more products. SO I got a refund.

    If you want, you all can send me $37 and I'll create a better course on how to do all this stuff without spending $297 a year or $47 per month.

    Robert C.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
      Originally Posted by Robert X View Post

      Yes! I purchased the 1 year subscription, went through the entire thing in about an hour I guess. I do like it, however, Ifound that the info that it gives you is not all that important for the $297 that it cost me.

      It shows you top Shopify sites and top selling products but, these are from well established stores. You can't just run out and copy these sites and expect the same results.

      For me, if I want to see what is selling good and are top product that are sold randomly that people buy on a whim, I go see the products at at Groupon. They show you what products are selling through mainly email marketing. And people aren't searching for these products. These are the best products that people buy when not even looking. Simple system I use. Works every time.

      So, after going through the course and software use, I felt that my way of finding good sellers is much easier, faster and way more products. SO I got a refund.

      If you want, you all can send me $37 and I'll create a better course on how to do all this stuff without spending $297 a year or $47 per month.

      Robert C.
      Trying to access my purchase now via JVZoo and I can't believe that I have to sit through a 7 minute video (OTO #2 I Think) before I can even gain access to the stuff I just purchased!

      WTF!!!

      I'm interested in your course..but won't send $37 until I see *something* beforehand! ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author TimothyW
    Any more reviews on this? Looks great -- but pricey -- and I have reservations about the vendor.

    Any more reviews???

    -- TW
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert X
    ok, i have been studying this now (Shopify and ECommerce as a whole) for about a week now and have discovered that there are about 3 courses going on right now that all teach the same thing.(pretty much)

    ecom, ecom premier, shoplicate, ecom academy,,,, I just spent 2.5 hours on a webinar with dan desiva, and his is a series of 5, 2.5 hour webinars all week.

    Then tomorrow (tuesday 10/10) I have to decide to watch the webinar from Ricky Mataka or the second series from Dan. Ricky has now changed Shoplicate to $297 lifetime, and Dan Desilva is part of a massive ecom group that is $297 for a massive course.

    I would have to say that as I follow these guys and their training , it all seems pretty dang good, however, like I said, it's all pretty much the same and it goes like this:

    Choose a niche and research and source products.
    Check ebay watch count.com to see what is selling.
    Find groups and Facebook for interests for those products.
    When you find a viable product/niche, build a Shopify store around that niche. ( This is my recommendation. Don't build a massive store if you haven't researched if people buy that product, don't put the horse before the cart,,, always make sure you sell what people want, don't try to convince them to buy what YOU think they should)
    Create targeted ad campaigns and send FB people to your Shopify store.

    That's close to what they all are about. But they do offer a ton of value especially if you don't know much about this stuff. I learned a lot so far, and am feeling very comfortable about searching new products and setting up the store. I have done it before but I'm learning to do it much better.

    I tried a store before choosing what I thought would be a easy sell (self balancing scooters).... NOT!
    Kinda bombed but at least I sold my inventory. Anyways, I personally am diving into this traing from all of these guys. However, I do recommend as Dan Desilva recommends, that you choose your niche and do the research on your products manually. The reason is, is that you can't really see where the "info" comes from with software like shoplicate. However, again, you can use it as an "inhancer" of your manual research. Or, use it for speed to find hot sellers and then double check with your own research. I wouldn't gamble everything on a softwares choice.

    Just because it tells you something is selling well for someone doesn't necessarily mean it WILL work for you automatically. I have found that shops selling large amounts of products usually have doing it for a while. It's not like this software will MAKE you successful overnight.

    So yes, I would recommend ecom academy, ecom empireand shoplicate.
    Just don't assume tht any of these will make you an instant success overnight.

    Hope thi helps. I will be on these webinars all week and will post more and will be back to gloat after I am super successful

    Love you all,
    Robert C.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficFlow
    I think the product may be launching again on nov 20
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  • Profile picture of the author tipco613
    I bought both Ecom Empire and Physical Product System. I attended all four of Dan DaSilva's webinars and he did give away some very useful information for free but the replays are a bonus for purchasing eCom Premier Academy through his link. If you would like to get a pretty great education on ecom Travis Patelle has made his Crushing E-Commerse course available for free here Crushing E-Commerce | Kingpinning with Travis Petelle. I haven't gone through the whole course but it looks to be right on par with the other courses.
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