Would you pay $997 for a funnel building course that claims to offer 25+ winning products hand picked by the guru’s behind 7 figure ecom angels? If dozens of other people bought the same course, would those products get saturated? Probably.
Regardless, 7 figure ecom angels membership program claims to show you the best handpicked products, matching upsells that go along with front end offer and the entire funnel including bulletproof sales copy, enhanced Facebook ad campaigns for each product including audience demographics and targeting interests.
You also get 3 months unlimited access to storeless which is a cloud based ecom funnel software that you can’t publically buy any more and it’s unclear how much the ongoing cost actually is. The original sales page was $69 for a yearly subscription.
If you choose their premium plan You’ll also get lifetime access to their ads explorer software and unlimited access to their entire 2018 done for you ecom funnels catalogue consisting of over 60 sets of eCom products, sales pages, FB ad campaigns and of course the upsells that go with that.
You also get access to the All-inOne eCommerce & marketing suite LITMOX which is launching in February 2019.
Unannounced bonuses include lifetime access to Ads Sniper Software.
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The sales page shows lots of flashy images of Facebook ad campaigns but I question whether you’re actually going to be able to use these previous ‘winning products’ if there are lots of people enrolled in the course. This is very similar to product research platforms yet costs $997-$1297 for the experience.
Still you will get a great overview into proven winning products that are/were making money and you can replicate something similar in your own niche.
I was interested to see some health product case studies which Facebook is very skeptical about advertisers promoting so be careful if you list similar products.
The course sales page claims your purchase does come with a 100% risk free 30 day money back guarantee which is complete bullshit as the sales page says this: