eCom Beast Academy Review (CEO Deshayla)
A new day, a new course by a YouTuber I’ll be reviewing. Today, we’ll analyze Deshayla Flower’s eCom Beast Academy.
Funny enough, if you Google her course, you’ll actually see results from Harry Coleman’s eCom Beast (sans “Academy”), so don’t mistake the two.
CEO Deshayla’s course is a basic dropshipping course covering how to set up your store and market it with Google. It’s focused solely on Google marketing, so that’s already a downer for people looking for other approaches.
It also has 2 modules that haven’t been released. But, does the content make up for this? That’s what we’ll find out.
Who’s the author?
Deshayla’s videos have amazing thumbnails, and I’ll give her props for that, and her topics go through basically everything there is to be gone through, and she does so randomly. To illustrate you: there’s a review of John Crestani’s Super Affiliate System, one about making money watching videos, another one on doing the same but by typing names, and she rounds it up with eCommerce content.
I’d say she just focuses in generally making money on the internet, clearly not an eCommerce channel, but she still has a course on the model. She doesn’t even hide that; her YouTube “about” page says it’s a general channel focused on general ways to be an online entrepreneur.
There are many eCommerce gurus on YouTube, with good channels focused 100% on the business model, yet they fail to deliver valuable courses. If they fail, it requires a lot of trust to buy a course from someone like our CEO here.
Still, we might be surprised, so let’s dive in.
Reviewing eCom Beast Academy
The modules start right away by explaining you how to set up your store. The course goes through finding products for Google Ads as well as an overview of the platform. It focuses mostly on Google, as you have 3 modules on Google Shopping before closing with how to scale your store.
There was nothing on other platforms like email marketing, Facebook or Instagram. There are 2 upcoming modules about Facebook remarketing and search ads, but we can’t judge a course on grounds it hasn’t covered.
The overview of the content and different strategies is fine. The problem is that it doesn’t match its $497 price tag with the value it actually offers. Besides, if you want to start a dropshipping business, you want more cards to play with than just Google.
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Once again, thanks for reading my eCom Beast Academy Review and I wish you the best of luck.