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September 08, 2020

How to Make $10,000 Per Month Drop Servicing by Dylan Sigley

This is your complete guide for how to make $10,000 per month from your drop servicing business while working zero hours per week!

I want to break it down into easily understandable steps as to how I was able to launch and scale this business in terms of making sales and how I have introduced automation into my business so that I don’t need to spend any hours working on it.

When I first started my drop servicing business the goal was to have complete freedom – so I could travel the world and work from anywhere. In the beginning, I only wanted to earn a thousand dollars a week, but the more I learned the more I started to have bigger and bigger goals about how big I could make my business.

It’s important to remember that this whole journey from starting to building a high-income drop servicing business takes time and lots of hard work. In the beginning, you will be more involved in the day-to-day running of the business, this allows you to learn the ins and outs of the business, so that you can be sure everything is working and you are providing a high-quality service to clients. If you scale something that isn’t working, then you are just going to scale the issues that it has.

“Dylan Sigley, how to go about automating my business?”

Once you know everything is working, well, you can automate every part of your business using software and human freelancers. One mistake some drop servicing entrepreneurs make is not automating much of their business. They fall into the trap of thinking that they are the best person to do all of the tasks within their business. If you want to scale your business, then you need to bring in freelancers to help you. The best way to do this is to take a slow and steady approach to it by automating it bit by bit. This way you can make sure the new automation process is working well before automating the next part of your business.

The next step is to create and document your business processes. You can start to document and record your business processes so that you can use the documents to train freelancers to carry out the tasks. You can find high-quality people on platforms such as, Upwork, and Fiverr.

Once you find good candidates to hire as freelancers, I always recommend that you give them a test task to see if they can carry it out well. If they pass this test to a high enough standard you have found your freelancer partners.

Before you get to the point where you can automate all of your business processes you need to get to your freedom income level. Freedom income is when you are earning enough to live the life you want to. Let’s say it is $10,000 per month. To get to this level of income you will need to sign up enough clients who are paying you for your services. For example, you might have four recurring customers who pay you $2500 per month for your services, bringing in a total of $10,000 per month.

To help you to achieve this goal you need to build a delivery team to do the project work. Your team can consist of a project manager to manage the delivery of the service, and lead generation and salespeople to make sales. To be able to pay for all these people, you will need to develop a good marketing system for your business.

One of the best ways to market your services is to use cold emailing. This involves using LinkedIn (News - Alert) and directories such as Crunchbase to find companies that might require your service and finding an appropriate person to send your offer to. Once you start having prospective clients replying to your emails you need to develop systems for following up and getting potential clients on sales calls.

The amount of businesses that you need to reach out to depends on your response rates and conversion rates – every business is different. The best way to perfect this method of marketing is to rigorously test different sales templates and approaches and see which ones work the best.

“Dylan Sigley, how do I automate my system?”

After you have been up and running for a while and mastered your business processes you can then turn your attention to automating your whole business using software and freelancers. Here is how to automate your system:

  • Set up a lead generation system – you can hire someone to find sales leads, create a CRM system, and then send out your offer to potential clients via email.
  • Sales process – when you get replies from prospective clients you need to have a system to arrange sales calls. You can hire someone to set up appointments/ calls or use a software program to automate this. You then need to do the sales calls yourself or hire a sales rep to do sales calls with clients.
  • Delivery system – there are two parts to the delivery process. The first is having a project manager to manage the whole project process and the second is a team of freelancers to do the project work. You can use platforms like Fiverr and Upwork to find qualified freelancers.

Once you have an automated system you will be able to scale your business up. There really is no limit once you have all of these processes in place.

The Bottom Line

Anybody can start a successful drop servicing business if you are prepared to put in the work required. You first need to understand how your business operates and then you can automate the whole business so that you don’t need to work any hours on your business. Once you reach this point you will be living a life of total freedom. All you have to do is take the first step.

If you want to learn more about the results that Drop Servicing has generated for my students, check out the reviews of the Drop Servicing Blueprint by Dylan Sigley.

Dylan Sigley

Dylan Sigley is the creator of Dropservicing Blueprint. Thanks to his course, hundreds of students can learn how to start their own drop servicing business. Dylan Sigley is on the mission to spread the word about online businesses and how they can allow people to obtain financial freedom and work from wherever they want.

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