Ecommerce vs Digital Rental Method: Does This Little-Known Model Have More To Offer?

Cats vs dogs? Marvel vs DC? Ecommerce vs Digital Rental Method?

If you’re like most people, you probably fall into one camp or the other when it comes to life’s biggest debates.

I’ve never been one to back away from a challenge, which is why I’m here to settle this once and for all.

But first, hey there! My name is Hope, and I’ve personally tried my hand at almost every make-money online method out there.

.. I’ve taken online surveys to make a quick buck
.. I’ve promoted women’s beauty products from Clickbank
.. I’ve sold goofy pet toys on Amazon
.. I’ve sold cat fur brushes on Shopify
.. I’ve flipped vintage and brand-name clothes on Poshmark

And let me tell you, I’ve made money with all of them!

But for full disclosure, I still do the Digital Rental Method til this day, which brings me a comfy six-figure salary per month, working only a handful of hours per week at this point – allowing time for other things I love doing, like hiking, cooking and spending time with my dogs.

I say this because I’ve been on both sides of the fence, so I know what it’s actually like to succeed with each business model.

The goal of this article is to focus on how ecommerce compares to a more “recession-proof” Digital Rental Method business model.

I’ll give you an inside scoop on how both work and ultimately give you a final verdict on which one is a better choice.

That way, you can hit the ground running and start making an extra $5k or even $10k+ per month (potentially within the next 6 to 12 months).

And best believe, I’m not gonna hold back any punches here. There’s zero-fluff and sugar-coating in this guide.

My goal is to be fully transparent and not sell you a bill of goods, like many of the YouTube gurus you see online.

Alright, let’s dig in!

Brief Overview

In a nutshell, ecommerce and the Digital Rental Method are two popular online business models.

Chances are, you’ve been hit with ads on social media.

You know, the ones with the 18-year-olds with rented Lamborghinis they shot for their ad, promising you can make millions..

Behind all the hoopla, ecommerce is simple.

You sell products online, specifically with an ecommerce store or a third-party marketplace.

On the flip side, the Digital Rental Method has been catching steam for the right reasons.

Ordinary people have been changing their life outlook from a tried-and-true system.

The Digital Rental Method takes a page from the lead generation model, except it taps into the power of AI and cutting-edge software to make it happen.

The premise is that you help local businesses get more customers. You build simple one-page websites that attract ready-to-buy customers.

These are digital assets that you then “rent” out to local business owners so they can get more people inquiring about their services.

Think of it kind of like Costco. You own a big warehouse and businesses pay huge money to have their stuff stocked in your shelves.

It’s a win-win for all parties.

Businesses get more exposure and customers, and you get paid.

That being said, let’s look at a side by side comparison of how ecommerce compares to the time-tested Digital Rental Method.

 EcommerceDigital Rental Method
ProfitabilityWith inventory costs, marketing and ad spend, software expenses, and processing fees, you’re looking at a 10% to 20% profit margin.Profits are usually 70% to 80% or more.
ScalabilityScaling is hard without outside funding due to increase in inventory costs and advertising. You’re heavily reliant on upsells to maintain profitability.Scaling takes a few clicks. You essentially clone your existing assets to new cities and niches.
Beginner-FriendlinessEasy to get your first sale.First sale is typically made within the first 30 days.
Number of Skills RequiredFacebook ads, Google ads, product research, copywriting, funnel building, email marketing and more.Paid ads.
ControlLittle control; You put your fate into the hands of other platforms. Amazon has a history of suspending FBA sellers and Facebook has a track record of banning droppshippers.You own and control the digital assets you create. Success is ultimately within your control.

Quick Verdict (TLDR): Which Is Better?

The worst thing you can do in life is hitch your wagon to the wrong path..

Things like
… a toxic relationship (there’s a reason why 50% of marriages end in divorce)
… a dead-end job with zero career advancement or skill development
… getting into huge debt to attend college
starting a business that is saturated with millions of sellers looking to tear your business down.

The list goes on and on.

Once you go down the rabbit hole of these things, it’s near-impossible to turn back. There’s a ton of emotional baggage built up, bad habits created, and a lot of time and money flushed down the toilet.

The last thing you wanna do is waste years of your life on a bad decision.

So the million-dollar question is: Ecommerce or Digital Rental Method?

As I said earlier, I’ve tried E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G to make money from home.

Amazon FBA, Dropshipping, Print-on-Demand, Wholesaling, MLMs…

I’ve done it all.

While I’ve made money with all of them, the Digital Rental Method is the only business model that I’ve always come back to.

Amazon FBA & Dropshipping have gotten crazy saturated over the years.

There’s over 26.5 million ecommerce sites worldwide, and counting.. (Mind you, the U.S. account for more than half of them)

The entire ecommerce business model is built off a game of ‘monkey-see-monkey-do.’

Every ecom guru shows you how to use ‘product research software’ that basically spits out the same products, the same ads, the same suppliers, even the same copy.

What that means is that many of those 26.5 million stores are trying to test the same products… It’s a lose-lose for everybody.

Sellers are undercutting each other trying to chase the next hot product and the audience is tired of getting hit with the same ol’ ads…

Sure it might’ve worked in 2017. But now it’s become an incredibly competitive and saturated marketplace.

Juxtapose that to the Digital Rental Method..

There’s 32.5 million+ small businesses and 41,642 zip codes to target in the US alone… (that’s not even including other places globally like Europe, Australia, Asia, & more)

And that doesn’t even include the 500,000+ new small businesses that will pop up this month, and every month moving forward!

With hundreds of niches to choose from, you’re literally swimming in the blue ocean.

Rather than swim in blood red, shark infested waters like ecommerce, you have endless opportunities to succeed.

Plus, leads will never go out of style. Business owners NEED customers to survive.

You don’t need to catch a new trend to succeed.

With ecommerce you’re not selling everyday commodities like toothpaste.

No, you’re selling off-the-wall trinkets that nobody needs.

Just scroll through any product research tool and you’ll find all the latest gizmos and doodads.

Auto DS

Remember, things like fidget spinners and beanie babies were once considered “cool.”

But like the wind, they came, and they went.

So it’s not something you can latch onto long term.

And with DRM, everything is digital, so it’s way less of a hassle than dealing with physical products.

Like I said, your decision has a ripple-effect on the next year, 5 years or even 10 years of your life…

You could try ecommerce, but if things don’t work out selling knick knacks, you’ll be right back on this gravy train searching for ways to make money online.

My piece of advice – save yourself the trouble by getting it right this time, instead of next time.

If you want a reliable way to earn 6-figures online, then I wholeheartedly believe that the Digital Rental Method is the best business model and is levels above ecommerce.

You don’t have to fight tooth and nail trying to chase the next hot trend or steal products from your competitors.

Check out this complete guide on how to start a business using the Digital Rental Method. You’ll learn why it’s a lucrative opportunity and get an overview of the steps involved to make money with it.

Or if you prefer to see a more detailed comparison of both business models, let’s keep on rolling.

Ecommerce Vs. Digital Rental Method: What’s Different?

If you’re someone that enjoys crunching numbers and comparing cold-hard facts, then this section is for you.

I’ve distilled the key features that separate ecommerce from the Digital Rental Method.

Key FeaturesEcommerce Digital Rental Method
Value PropositionYou sell physical products, often low-ticket impulse items to incite FOMO.You sell an in-demand service that brings more customers to businesses.
Customer AcquisitionProducts are sold on Shopify, Amazon, Etsy, eBay, etc.Businesses are everywhere – billboards, networking events, Google directory, Yelp, social media
ExpensesEcommerce requires anywhere between $500 to $10k+ to start. With dropshipping, you can get away with $500 to $1000 in startup capital to run ads. But Amazon FBA requires at least $5k to get started due to upfront inventory costs.You can get started on a shoestring budget of $100 or less. All you need is a simple page builder software and a few low cost tools.
Regulatory Concerns

Payment processors tell you what you can and can’t sell. Amazon has strict fees.

Facebook bans dropshippers for misleading customers and negative reviews or complaints.

CompetitionOver 26.5 million ecommerce sellers to compete with.There are 400 million+ small businesses worldwide. So while there are competitors, the market size far outweighs competition.

Digital Rental Method simply edges out ecommerce on all fronts.

I’m confident that DRM is the #1 model when it comes to success rate out of all online business models, so long as you’re ready to put in some work (we’re not talking about a get-rich-quick after all – rather something that’s built to last).

It’s not a gimmick like ecommerce where you’re reliant on piggybacking off social media trends…

As shown above there’s a lot that can go wrong with ecommerce, like Amazon changing their policies overnight or Facebook shutting your ad account due complaints from a low-quality product or slow shipping times.

The supplier controls the entire manufacturing and logistics process, which affects the success of your business..

And getting DRM to work is much easier than eCommerce.

You see this search term?

Plumber in Colorado Springs

Ranking for queries like this on Google is super easy so long as you have a process to follow. Just write the copy and pick the keyword phrases you want to put your ad in front of.

Colorado Springs has a growing population of 500,000 and counting. When you’re at the very top of Google, you’re gonna scoop up a lot of the traffic, which is gonna send a lot of business the plumbers way.

Since you’re selling higher-ticket services, getting this ad profitable is a WHOLE LOT easier than making an ecommerce ad work, like this one..

Neck Massager

There’s waaay less competition and you’re not going up against every dropshipper who bought the same program you did.

Most local businesses, like plumbers, never ran an ad in their life and don’t know the first thing about generating a new lead. So they’d be happy if you could help them get more phone calls.

And to top it off, here’s a few things I love about Digital Rental Method:

  • You create a business machine that works for you 24/7, even while you sleep.
  • You don’t need tech skills, marketing skills or even computer skills to get started. Simple websites can be built with drag-and-drop software.
  • Once you master the art of paid traffic, there’s very little competition.
  • You build phone-driven digital assets that you own and nobody can take away from you.
  • The Digital Rental Method works on any niche in any geographic location.
  • There’s little maintenance once everything is set up.

Think of every landing page as a new income stream that could potentially net $500 – $2,000+ per month depending on the client you land.

If you want to build a business that stands the test of time (unlike ecommerce, which can crumble with a snap of your fingers), you should take advantage of this business opportunity and take your slice of the pie, within this multi-billion dollar industry.

So, What Is Ecommerce?

When you boil it down, ecommerce is just the transactions of physical products.

.. toilet paper
.. dog water bottles
.. portable fire pit grills
.. camping hammocks

You can sell just about anything you can get your hands on.

There’s many ways to go about ecommerce. But no matter what specific ecommerce business model you choose, it comes down to two things.

  1. Find products to sell
  2. Advertise those products

With that said, let’s take a closer look at the different methods for running an ecommerce business.

Low-Ticket Dropshipping

Low-ticket dropshipping is a way to fulfill orders.

Specifically you don’t hold any inventory in stock, unlike the traditional ecommerce model.

When an order is received, you’ll go ahead and send it to the supplier, who ships the products straight to the customer.

The Dropshipping Process

You act as the middleman between the buyer and the product.

The huge selling point of dropshipping is that you can start a business without managing inventory, juggling supply chains, and leasing warehouse space.

But what’s the problem?

There’s so many, but let me count the ways….

  • Extremely low-profit margins (so everything has to go right to succeed)
  • Supplier has all the control
  • Selling trinkets from China, usually results in low-quality products and slow shipping times
  • No repeat purchases, so you’re constantly having to find new customers, which is very HARD to do.
  • High competition
  • Lots of copy-cats! Everybody teaches the same methods and uses the same product research tools. That means dropshippers are selling the same stuff to the same group of people and spamming them with ads.
  • High risk of payment processors and ad accounts to shut you down. Platforms want to ensure customers have a great experience. No offense but misleading ads, low-quality products and slow shipping times isn’t exactly delivering a “first-class” experience.

I could probably rattle off a dozen more, but let’s leave it there.

Again, low-ticket dropshipping isn’t impossible. There’s certainly tons of people who have made it work. But personally, I have a lot of friends who succeed with it for a few months or even a year. But eventually, their ads (which were once extremely profitable) are now losing money due to high competition.

High-Ticket Dropshipping

High-ticket dropshipping is exactly what it sounds like.

Instead of selling low-ticket products that range from $10 to $50, you focus on expensive stuff.

Things that can cost thousands of dollars. The idea is that you wouldn’t need to get thousands of sales (like you would with low-ticket dropshipping) in order to make 6-figures.

Hence, what high-ticket is…

Often, you’re selling big, pricey items like infrared saunas, a couch, office chairs, an electric stove, a massage chair, robot lawnmowers, indoor bikes and treadmills, kayaks, etc..

What do all of these items have in common?

  1. They’re huge, meaning they’re hard & expensive to ship
    a. 2x this if the customer decides to return the product, which is a common occurrence
  2. They’re not easy to sell

I don’t know many people willing to shell out thousands of dollars for a $6000 infrared sauna right on the spot, through a Facebook or Google shopping ad.

Infrared Sauna

With low-ticket dropshipping, you’re taking advantage of people’s impulses. People spending $25 for a trinket is a drop in the bucket.

To get someone to spend thousands of dollars through cold traffic isn’t easy. It takes a LOT of trust. That means you’re gonna be running a lot of retargeting ads, targeting lookalike audiences, and sending a lot of email nurture sequences.

There’s a reason why furniture companies like Crate & Barrel, Room & Board, and IKEA all have showrooms! So that people can actually try their stuff and see if they like it.

To add insult to injury, you also need to convince these big-name manufacturers to let you sell their stuff as a “reseller.” So you’ll need to cold call and cold email them to build partnerships…

Add another necessary skill set to the list – not exactly a walk in the park.

This is one of those business models that sound nice in theory but in reality is much harder to actually make work.


Print-on-demand is where you slap designs on everyday products, like socks, t-shirts, mugs, phone cases, hoodies, etc.

If you’re a graphic designer, then print-on-demand might have its perks.

Unlike traditional dropshipping, you can sell custom products that are unique to the market and others can’t easily copy. That said, to make it work, your designs have to really stand out and get people to wanna buy.

With this business model, you find print-on-demand suppliers (like Printful, Printify and TeeSpring) that handle all of the printing, packaging and shipping for you.

All you gotta do is come up with the design, which you can hire a graphic designer for and then market it on platforms like Etsy or Redbubble.

C4WL Print on Demand

The problem with it (and every other ecommerce business model) is that your margins are razor-thin.

Between ad costs, designer costs, processing fees and software expenses, you’re left with 10-20% margins.

Let’s say you sell a $20 cat-shirt and profit $5 per sale.

Etsy Cat Shirt

If you wanna sniff 6-figures (which is $8,333 per month), you’re gonna need 1,660 sales per month!!

That’s why I like the Digital Rental Method much better.

I can work with a few business owners who pay me once (then they keep paying me), or I can find 1,660 new customers on Etsy every single month…

Yeah I’ll take the former.

Amazon FBA

Amazon FBA, ahhh the grand daddy ecommerce method.

You make money off of the backs of the big ecommerce machine, that is Amazon. There’s a reason they have a stranglehold on the entire industry. With over 310 million active customers, you can tap into this huge marketplace.

Sounds good right?


Amazon has 9.7 million sellers, so it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle.

In fact, I have a joke for you…

….How do you hide dead bodies?


On the second page of Amazon search.

If you’re not at the top of Amazon search, you’ll have trouble making sales…

The business model is simple:

  1. You find niche products to sell using product research tools like Jungle Scout and Helium10.
  2. You find a supplier to buy these products in bulk (aka wholesaling)
  3. You make an Amazon seller account and create your product listings.
  4. Then you ship them off to Amazon warehouses.

C4WL How Amazon FBA Works

The beauty of Amazon FBA (fulfillment by Amazon) is that they handle all the picking, packing, and shipping. Heck they even handle returns & customer service.

So when you enroll in FBA, your customers get fast 1 to 2 day shipping.

Again, to just drive the point home — FBA is hyper competitive.

Every seller is out there for themselves looking to undercut your sales. They’ll try to gather more positive reviews than you, better images, better copy, even better product sourcing, and lower prices — just to take you down, so they rise in the search rankings.

Also, keep in mind, there are still plenty of other ways to do ecommerce that aren’t discussed here…

Things like:

  • Selling ebooks on the Kindle Direct Publishing platform
  • Wholesaling brand-name items like Nike, LuluLemon and Lego products on Amazon
  • Private-labeling products to sell (you create your own brand (kinda like Dollar-shave club) and you are responsible for holding inventory)

Who Is Ecommerce For And Who Is It Not For?

Now that you know what the most popular ecommerce methods are, we’ll go over who it’s for and not for.

Ecommerce might be your cup of tea if…

  • You’re really good at the digital marketing skills required for ecommerce (ie – facebook ads, google ads, influencer marketing, product research, copywriting, etc).
  • You have access to private suppliers that most competitors can’t source from.
  • You have access to outside funding to test a ton of products and invest in wholesale or private labeling.

On the other hand, you should avoid ecommerce if..

  • You want the best chances of reaching a 6-figure income. Ecommerce is hyper-competitive and other sellers copy each other all the time.
  • You want semi-passive income. Ecommerce isn’t as passive as it sounds. You’re always testing new products, new ads, and new marketing campaigns.
  • You want full control over your success. Suppliers and ecommerce platforms can affect whether you succeed or fail. Slow shipping times and poor product quality can hurt your reputation and cause platforms to shut down your accounts.

And, What Is The Digital Rental Method?

The Digital Rental Method is a digital marketing program that has helped many ordinary people make an extra $3k to $10k+ per month, with their newly created freedom businesses.

The idea is that you help local businesses get more customers..

All you need to do is build one-page websites and rent them out to businesses.

Each one page lander you build can be responsible for generating $500 to $2,000+ per month…

And best of all it requires no product, no previous tech skills, and no previous marketing knowledge.

The beauty of the Digital Rental Method is that you build a money-machine, where it works for you 24/7.

That means, you stop trading time for money. And you stop being a slave for a paycheck…

In fact, you can use this tried-and-tested system to:

  • Travel
  • Spend time with family
  • Get respect
  • Live large
  • Answer to no one
  • Take care of your loved ones
  • Work from anywhere
  • Prove your haters wrong
  • Fire your boss

Okay, but how does it actually work?!

Before I dive into the nitty gritty of DRM, I want to zoom in on why lead generation is the new modern-day gold rush..

Chances are you’ve been handed a business card at some point in your life. Or maybe you’ve seen them on bulletin boards, like this..


Or what about these?

C4WL but how does it actually work

There’s countless examples of businesses who still rely on archaic methods to advertise their services like…

  • Business cards on bulletin boards
  • Flyers on street poles
  • Ad placements on public transportation
  • Postcards sent to mailboxes

You see, these methods aren’t just ineffective – they’re a waste of money. All that printing cost, could and SHOULD be going to you.

I say all of this to point out that businesses need help with marketing.

In fact, American businesses will be pouring an extra $130+ billion, in coming years, into digital marketing efforts…

This is where you come in.

Rather than doing the same ol stuff like:

  • Signing up for business directories
  • Writing blog posts and stuffing keywords to rank pages
  • Forging local business partnerships

There is even a better way to help get business results… A way that actually moves the needle, where business owners see results immediately, so they quickly pull out their credit cards.

You simply use paid traffic methods to rank on top of Google and voila! You

That’s with paid traffic.

But not just any paid traffic…

You target high-intent keywords in a local area that attract ready to buy customers.. Ones that need their problem fixed ASAP.

And unlike the other methods, paid traffic does two important things very well..

  1. You put local businesses in front of customers who are looking to buy RIGHT NOW.
  2. Your landing page is designed to get interested buyers to call the business.

Once they get some calls rolling in, they won’t want you to stop. All you do is charge them a service fee to have them continue working with you.

And that’s about all there is to it.

From here, you clone your digital assets to new zip codes or move to other niches.

While there’s other ways to run a local lead generation business, this is all it really takes to build a highly profitable 6-figure business that runs almost by itself.

Who Is Digital Rental Method For, And Who Is It Not For?

Digital Rental Method offers a proven-system that takes average people and churns out successful entrepreneurs more reliably than just about any other business model.

But still…

As the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.

That said, here’s who DRM is for and isn’t for.

Digital Rental Method is a great fit if you fall into any of these categories:

  • You’re an action taker. When a golden opportunity is presented to you, you don’t sit around thinking. You jump all in and take MASSIVE ACTION.
  • You’re willing to invest in yourself. It’s good to have some skin in the game, so that you follow through on your commitments. Putting financial resources to bettering yourself and learning the skills needed will pay off a million times over.
  • You want a “recession-proof” business model that sticks around, whether the economy booms or busts. Every business needs customers, especially in economic downtime.

But, it might not make sense if:

  • You’re a procrastinator who tends to let opportunity pass by them, even if it’s right in front of you.
  • You’re looking for a get-rich quick scheme… (Replacing your job income takes work, so don’t expect overnight success!)
  • You have shiny object syndrome. If you’re someone that tries ten different things at once or dabbles in business models here or there, this isn’t for you.

Head-to-Head Comparison

Everytime you make a big decision in life, it’s always good to run it through a checklist.

For instance, when I buy a car, I look at the horsepower, gas mileage, quality of the interior, and safety features..

Along the same lines, I like to put these models through a ringer and see if it’s actually worth pursuing. After spending years analyzing courses and gurus, I’ve come to realize two things..

Success is determined by:

  1. Your mindset (willingness to take action & implement the teachings of a program)
  2. The vehicle

The vehicle is the business model. Some cars just have the horsepower to go faster than others.. In the same way, you want to choose a business model that helps you reach your financial freedom faster and more reliably.

If you had a choice, wouldn’t you pick a Tesla over a 1990 Honda Civic?

I know I would.

Alrighty, let’s dig into the 4 main factors when it comes to picking the right business model.


Think of profitability like this – how likely you are to profit, at least break-even, or lose money..

Businesses with low-profit margins have a high failure rate..


Because they’re skating on thin ice…

Restaurants, retail shops, and ecommerce stores are all businesses with thin margins, and there’s a reason why many of them close down.

In fact, 90% of dropshippers fail and close up shop!

So with ecommerce, you have to pay for inventory (for Amazon FBA), advertising, software tools (like email marketing platforms, funnel builders, shopify, premium plugins, etc), and processing fees.

After all things considered, you’re left with 10-20% margins…

And that’s if you’re good. I know many dropshippers, especially those that resell stuff on eBay, that scrape a 5% margin…

Now, compare that to the Digital Rental Method, where you enjoy 70 to 80% margins.

You don’t have a lot of expenses, which is why you have such fat margins to work with. All you need is a few simple tools like a call tracking software and a landing page builder. Then you fire up some low-budget ad campaigns.

Since most Google terms are easy to appear for, you won’t have to spend a ton of money to see a return.

Verdict: Digital Rental Method


Scaling an ecommerce business often requires outside funding.

You need more money to invest in more inventory and branding.

If you make it work with dropshipping or FBA, chances are you’re gonna need to transition to private labeling, where you build your own proprietary brand and product. That way, other sellers can’t copy you.

The problem is that it will cost thousands of dollars and usually outside funding from banks or investors.

Scaling your product for new people (new to the ecom game that is) requires a lot of ad testing and product testing.

But with DRM, scaling takes just a few clicks and phone calls.

All you do is clone your ads and assets to a new location or niche. Then leverage your past success as testimonials to get new business owners to pay you for growing their business.

DRM is easier to scale and very repeatable, so scaling is a breeze.

Verdict: Digital Rental Method


How likely are you to succeed with ecommerce?

With ecommerce, it’s actually fairly easy to get your first sale. Just add products to your Shopify site or Amazon store.

Then launch a few ads and chances are you will get some sales rolling in.

The problem is, the profit margins are usually unstable.

To make ecommerce work long-term you need to have a lot of marketing skills under your belt like:

  • Paid traffic advertising
  • Influencer marketing
  • Product research
  • Product sourcing
  • Copywriting
  • Funnel building
  • Email marketing

As a beginner, it’s impossible to learn these skills in a short period of time…

The best dropshippers and Amazon sellers leverage their digital marketing skills to stand out and outpace their competition.

On the other hand, DRM is repeatable and requires much less skills, and even those can be mastered over time…

If you can click a mouse and type on a keyboard, you can probably do this outta the gate…

The bar is set so low that it doesn’t take much to get local businesses results. Like I said, local business owners don’t even know how to work a computer much less run ads.

You just have to follow the system laid out in front of you. DRM has ready-made templates, scripts, and resources to follow.

And you just learn one skill – paid traffic.

That’s all that it takes to succeed, which is why many people have gotten their first sale within just 30 days.

Verdict: Digital Rental Method


Imagine you spend days and nights working on your Shopify store…

You spend hours finding the right product that is under the radar, but has the potential to sell like crazy.

From here, you proceed to build your marketing funnel, set up email nurture sequences, add countdown timers, add social proof, etc.

Not to mention, you spend MONTHS tinkering with ads and product pages, until you finally find something that works…

Right when you’re just starting to see the fruits of your labor..


The supplier stops selling the product. Or Facebook shuts down the ad. Or Amazon changes the policies on your product and increases the fees.

I know this all too well because it’s happened to me.

PayPal might see that your shipment times are taking too long and hold 30% of your money as an insurance policy.

Facebook could give you a strike if you break even the most obscure of rules.

With ecommerce, you don’t fully control your success.

Your suppliers, ad platforms and ecommerce platforms can take it all away in a blink of an eye.

Is that something you want to pour your heart and soul into?

Being just one bad supplier or one account suspension away from having your business wiped off the face of the earth?!

Or.. there’s a better way.

When you follow the Digital Rental Method, you hold all the marbles.

You control and own all the digital assets you make. Businesses are simply renting out those assets. If they stop paying you, then you can lease it out to other businesses.

Sure it takes some upfront work, but ultimately you determine whether you succeed with this business model.

Personally, I have peace of mind knowing that if I put in the work, I can control my destiny and make 6-figures.

Verdict: Digital Rental Method

Conclusion - Which Should You Choose?

Make no mistake about it, the Digital Rental Method is far and away better than eCommerce.

After years of selling wacky products, everything from neck massagers to moon-shaped lamps, I’ve pretty much seen it all.

I can say definitively that the Digital Rental Method helps you reach 6-figures more reliably than any form of ecommerce method out there.

Even if you have the entrepreneurial skills of Mark Zuckerberg, and the ingenuity of Elon Musk, you’d still have trouble making it work selling dinky products.

The truth is, if you’re stuck grinding away at something that gives you a low probability of success, you’ve got very little hope of ever reaching your goals.

There’s only one business model I’ve seen that consistently can turn just about anyone into a serious 6-figure entrepreneur so long as they’re willing to put in some work up front..

And that is the Digital Rental Method.

.. busy mothers of three with plenty of mouths to feed
.. Former teachers who were sick & tired of low wages
.. Truck drivers and other blue-collar workers who replaced their 9-5 income in just a few months

Ordinary people from all walks of life have made 6-figures online, and so can you.

If you wanna learn more about how these ordinary people are doing it, you can click here to read more.