Have you heard of drop servicing?

No? Well, it is the latest craze in the world of internet marketing, and one that I really believe could make a healthy sum of cash for people who do it right.

Of course, as with any new 'craze', it isn't too long before the so-called gurus start to release products in order to capitalize on the market. Some of these products are good, others are clearly written by people who do not have a clue what they are talking about.

Here, I want to take a look at one of the most recent products for eservices and give you an Asigo System review.

The Brains Behind The Asigo System

This product is the brainchild of Chris Munch and Jay Cruiz. However, I believe that Chris put in the vast majority of the work for this product.

When producing this review, I read several press releases these two put out, and Chris was either the main focus of them, or Jay's name wasn't mentioned at all. 

What I do know is that both of them have a fairly decent amount of experience in the world of internet marketing. Chris, especially. He works heavily in content and service-based industries and, as a result, he seems like the perfect guy to be talking about drop servicing, right? You might also know him his site Muncheye.

How Much Does the Asigo System Cost?

At the moment, the price is set at $2997. I doubt that this is something that is going to change, mostly because of what you get included with the product. 

You get the team, because they provide you with the site, hosting, and research do need to cover their expenses somehow. 

So, do not expect whopping discounts as you would get with other similar products. Although, based on what I have seen so far, The Asigo System offers more than those similar products.

What is the Asigo System All About?

At the time of writing, this is a product that has yet to be released. As a result, any of the information I share throughout the rest of this page is subject to change. This information is based upon the pre-release version of the product.

The Asigo System is a 'complete' system.

The first part of the Asigo System is all about teaching you the skills you need to create a successful drop servicing (also known as eservices as they call it) site. 

Honestly, what you get here will be pretty basic information. However, being successful with drop servicing is pretty much the same service no matter how you look at it. You research a niche to work in. You build a website. You source services for that niche. You market yourself and gain sales. Rinse and repeat. 

It is how the teaching is carried out that is the real deciding factor. This course is well-taught, so if you have no idea what drop servicing is, this is going to be a decent starting point for you.

The Asigo System is designed to be ready and raring to go the second you purchase it. Everything that you need is included. The team will do your niche research for you. They will give you a list of suppliers.

They even have a website template you can use. You really do not need to do anything but market yourself. So, while the price of the product does seem a little bit on the high side, you are certainly getting value for your money here. You have a complete website built for you, even if it is somewhat on the generic side.

Marketing is done through a system called Ampifire, which is owned by Chris. You will not be taught how to market your business in any other way. Well, at least you aren't with the current iteration of the product. This is a major downside, which I will talk about more in a short while. I really do not believe that you can build a successful online business using just one marketing method, particularly one that nobody has ever heard of.

Pros

  • There is no denying that the course is well-taught.It has been produced by people who have launched a lot of products before, often to great success.
  • This means that you can trust the knowledge that they share with you. The pre-built websites are actually pretty decent too. They are not something that has just been thrown together, and it is evident that a lot of testing was carried out to get them to the point they are at.
  • These are sites that probably would convert, providing they were given the opportunity to do that. Having a pre-built site like this is going to save you a lot of time.

Cons

  • As I said before; the main marketing method taught in this product is through a system created by one of the creators of the product. This means that the creator did have an ulterior motive.
  • He wants you to use his system. This means that he gains money from your initial product purchase, and those ongoing marketing expenses.
  • The problem is that it is exceedingly difficult to break out of Ampifire and do your own marketing. You are not told how to do that, and the pre-built site that you are given is so tied to Ampifire that you would struggle to be able to do this anyway.
  • This is annoying, because Ampifire is never going to deliver you the same amount of business that other methods can.
  • Since this product takes the whole 'business in a box' approach to things, you also need to be aware that you aren't really learning how to run a business. You will not pick up any transferable skills, which means it can be difficult to expand your income in the future.

Is the Asigo System Worth it?

Since eservices / drop servicing is in its infancy, I see a lot of courses teaching it popping up in the near future. This is first one that goes into great depth and with a lot of hand-holding.

If you can afford the high price tag and like the idea of getting a lot of help, then the Asigo System could be what you are looking for if you are interested in selling services to other businesses without having to do the work.

Now that you know what the Asigo System is all about, if you're on the fence and would like some other business ideas, do check out my post titled "I Want to Start My Own Business but don't know what to do".

It's a good read, trust me. You'll also get some ideas on how to build passive income without having to interact with others - if that's more your cup of tea.

Comment below or contact me directly if you have any questions!

Drew