The Gadget Kitchen is a dropshipping e-commerce store that uses Aliexpress and was built using the 100K Factory model. of the 150+ products in the store, all landing pages are optimized for conversions and over half the products have been tested using facebook advertising. One product has proved to be a great seller with several others with great potential with the right marketing. This store was my first attempt in the e-commerce world and I quickly found that I do not enjoy internet marketing at all and want to return my focus to my growing family. I'm looking for an outright cash buyer who wants to scale this store to the next level.
Financials and traffic
Profit listed is for the final month of sales and does not include testing new products and ads.
Average overall profit margin
Average number of sales/month
Total revenue for last 12 months
Total traffic for last 12 months
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Advertising costs of $1,000 does not include testing new products and ad strategies. The $1,000 in ads costs was responsible for $4,000+ in revenue.
The foundation is built, the store has proven it's ready for scaling, it's waiting for the right person who enjoys marketing and can scale it appropriately. The email list has yet to be tapped into, the winning product could stand for a 20% price increase and the market for kitchen products is not going anywhere, with new products being introduced regularly. The sky is the limit for this store.
How can the future owner improve the business?
Increase price on winning product(s), marketing, tap into social media more (pinterest, instagram, facebook, etc.), take advantage of the growing subscriber email list (obtained from opt-in form on the site and has yet to be tapped into), test and tweak to find the most profitable ads and price / discount combinations.
What work have you put into the store?
I created this website from scratch using the 100K Factory model. The site is optimized for conversions. I've tested over half the products listed and found several potential sellers, and one really great selling product. Social media sites are set up, facebook followers has grown to 2900 and email subscribers to 1300 in a short amount of time.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?
I am first and foremost a wife and mommy. After looking over my priorities, I decided to shut down this little venture that was just becoming profitable and ready to scale because the added time and attention to make it work correctly were not available to me nor was the motivation to make it happen (I found I do not enjoy internet marketing). It has turned out to be the best decision for me and my family so I'm looking to completely sell the website.