Every living entrepreneur looking to make their financial ambition a reality knows the unbelievable success story of one Trevor Chapman. According to an E-commerce foundation report in 2016, sales generated from online store grew from $1.9 trillion to $2.3 trillion in 2015. The 33-year-old e-commerce mogul must have had these statistics in mind when he built his online store, LDSman.com overnight. In less than three months, he already had a turnover of $1 million!
Taking the first step
Just like many other people working a routine 8-5 job and wanting to make more money, Trevor thought of quitting his job to focus on business. However, before he made the big decision, he decided to start his online store first and see if making a living online was feasible. “It requires work like everything else, but you do not have to risk your full-time job to do this,” he says.
“There came a point in time when I had to say, ‘I’m in my mid-thirties, am I willing to wait until some of my kids are out of the house … to enjoy my life to the extent I imagined I would?'”
This question propelled him further to explore the option of earning a living by selling products online.
Every night, Trevor spent some hours on his side hustle and put in some little funds. The total initial costs added up to about $200; a domain name for $2.99 per year, and a Shopify store for $14. His biggest expenditure was on daily Facebook advertising, which cost about $100. His site, LDSman.com, went online on November 11th, 2016. He offered his clients an assortment of unusual items from China; Kevlar pants, charcoal toothpaste, fidget spinners, lounge chairs, and more.
Funds started trickling in
While Chapman slept, more and more orders started streaming in, and he realized that his idea was more than just feasible. In just two weeks, he had made $10,000. His business revenue allowed him to delegate some of his time-consuming duties to some freelancers in the Philippines. He paid them $700 per month, which was a great income for them. He also ploughed back his profits unto further advertisement on Facebook, focusing his budget on the ads that gave the most significant returns. Within 3 months, he went from spending an exhausting 12 hours at work in his solar company to only one and a half hours each week on his site. By then he had already hit his landmark $1 million in sales.
Success at last
By the sixth month of operation, LDSman.com had topped $2 million. Now, the site makes $350,000 in monthly sales. Trevor Chapman has an online e-commerce course where he teaches budding entrepreneurs the discipline of running a successful online business. Many people have echoed his initial success, but the typical sales revenue from an e-commerce store is usually below $12,000.
Despite the time taken to achieve success, Trevor Chapman’s experience has convinced him that e-commerce is the best option for anyone wanting to control their time and achieve financial stability. It has also enabled him to spend more time with his family.
“This summer, my family and I are taking three months on the road.” If you want to know more click on this link https://www.traffictsunami.com/trevor-chapman-review/ .