How to Pick Products that Make Over a MILLION DOLLARS in a YEAR with Aliexpress Dropshipping

(Begins at 0:14) How to pick Aliexpress products that earn over a MILLION DOLLARS in a year.
►► How to Make $10k/month Dropshipping:

In this live video, we're going to be discussing…

1) Actual products that millionaire dropshipper Fred Lam has been selling for the past 12 months that have collectively earned him over 6 million dollars.

2) What made those products winners – why are some products super profitable (and others aren't)?

3) How Fred tests products using Facebook ads to identify these super-profitable items.

4) How Fred uses funnels & upsells to massively scale his products and drastically increase his AOV (average order value) – as in, get customers to spend lots, lots more money!

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25 thoughts on “How to Pick Products that Make Over a MILLION DOLLARS in a YEAR with Aliexpress Dropshipping

  1. Great overall recap of what is already been implemented by some. With a success rate of 1:10 that is impressive for a successful selling product.
    Platforms like Ebay and Amazon, which are touch markets too compete in, makes an ideal environment to develop talent, as they say the cream always rises to the top.

  2. wow your’s is the first channel about dropshipping i found without tons of bragging and unnecessary fluff. Great!

    1. Who is the kid you talking about? Fred is not young at all, he been a manager of BMW retailers long before for 10 years before he started to dropship.

    2. geetjuhhisdebeste I know this is late, but again who’s fault is that? I’m looking at it from a realistic point of view. Even if you can bring in an extra $25,000 a year, that’s more then what you’re bringing home now. Most people make less than $15 an hour, why not invest $200 of your hard working money on starting an online business? Online is such a huge market, bigger than any store front you could ever open. People continuously let these big companies treat them how they want, then they look at other people who doesn’t follow in line of corporate America( that’s where I’m at, I’m not sure where you’re from) and are still successful, and they go, “wow they do nothing but I work hard everyday”, who’s fault is that? It’s not about product chains and what they’re selling, we can’t control what people sell, but we can control if we’re going to be the ones making it or selling it. There’s money to be made everywhere, people need to start realizing that and stop thinking just because someone is more successful then them without working as a slave, that’s it’s dishonest work. We all won’t become millionaires, which I personally don’t care about being a millionaire, but if I can bring home over $100,000 on an online business, I would rather do that then work like a slave for a possible $40,000.

    3. geetjuhhisdebeste and just like the lady who made this video, along with other youtubers, they give you free knowledge. Other people are charging $400 and more for the same exact knowledge and here she is giving it to us for free. You can take a horse to the water, but you can’t make them drink it. We watch these videos, and how many of us actually go and do it? I run an online store, based solely off of what I’ve learned from YouTube videos and it’s decent, I’m still growing it as I’m learning of new marketing techniques and all that cool stuff, but it’s decent to start with. If you’re always scared of something not going right, then you’ll spend the rest of your life working for someone else and probably won’t even be able to comfortably retire.

    4. ​@Edit Forreel Hi, appreciate your comment, even though some time went by. 😉 I had to look back on conversation as well, but since you made the effort of replying, I am the kind of person to also react and appreciate it. I also live in 1st world country, but in Europe. My original comment was pointing to the reality that there are millions of people who live in such poverty and dependance to their employer that they really can’t change their life. They don’t have the means to start with anything online.
      (especially people in Asia/Africa, non-urban area … from plantage workers to kautschuk or other ressources, these people really work as slaves!)

      For the kinds of us, living in rich countries, or at least have the means (internet access and at least some leisure time), yes, ofc it’s our own decision or fate if we try to build up an online business or just let us entertain and never get our asses up and start to take action.
      I know some people who do aliexpress dropshipping, plenty do it on small scale and use(d) mainly Facebook ads, sometimes even not having a niche shop but only selling a single product. This can work for a little extra money but at certain point there comes in the taxes and administrative stuff, for some countries this is difficult so you need to outsource to an expert which increases your own costs and sometimes makes a business not worth the effort. Or one needs to run the business based on a firm settled in another country. Anyhow … most people, I think 90-95%, including people listening to informative and inspirational videos (like this one) will never really start. They lack the discipline or will to really to so. Which in return, leaves people like you and me more market share. 🙂
      For me, China-dropshipping wasn’t the way to go, too much barriers, especially due to delivery time. Some people “solve” this by buying up-front and then use Amazon FBA. But this comes with it’s own new problems, even though it can be done successful.
      In the end you need to invest plenty of time in your business, so the best advice is to go with what you like most, so you have the most motivation to keep up working on it. There is no perfect (legal) solution to earn the bucks without effort and discipline.
      Glad to hear that you are own the right track and it is going into the right direction. Keep up your hard work and you will bear the fruits off it. Motivation, discipline, happiness, willingness to learn/adopt … brave to step forwards. Best wishes to you!

  3. i love the honesty in how you ask the questions, which seem of professional interest to you as a monster dropshipper but at the same time sharing it with all of us, love your activism here thank you guys.

  4. Test test is it on lol. Ty for the tuts sweetie. I am looking at starting an online store for my artwork and your videos are wonderful for new people like me 🙂 thank you so much for your time

  5. awesome stuff, thank you, i’m new to the whole thing and have bought 2 other courses same day as i bought here. good to have some clearity

  6. Thanks so much for your work, Sarah! Your vids have helped me open up my own online store and I am only 20 years old, but you inspired me to go for it and with your help I was able to! Being a Kiwi as well it is so cool to see your worldwide reach and by far the best videos for drop shipping that I have watched. Love your work!

  7. Really really awesome info Sarah and Fred! God bless you both! That detailed information and examples really make all the difference. Thank you.

  8. I’ve sold accessories in stores and my friend has two virtual stores with accessories. The core thing about accessories is very basic-They’re accessories, not tools or necessary. As such, they may or may not have a practical use but it’s not why someone buys them.

  9. This video is great! Its full of general guidelines and it also connects whit more specific marketing terms and concepts. For a beginner like me this is a great cue to gather more information about marketing. Thanks both of you

  10. Thank you! I’ve been looking to start a dropshiping store and was actually led to this video from your book, and I’m so glad I watched!!

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