One of the main benefits of drop shipping is that you can list products that you do not currently have physically available. This means you can essentially list in almost an unlimited amount of different products from different manufacturers.
At the first glance this may appear to be a great idea, however if you start selling hundreds of different products all from different suppliers you will soon create an logistical nightmare. Continue reading
How many dropship suppliers should you use?
When you are setting up a dropship e-commerce store, there are a few important things that you need to consider. A bit of preplanning before you get started is far better than waiting for a few months down the track after everything has been set up and then working out that you should have done something differently. Generally changes after you have set everything up, will cost you a lot of wasted time and a lot of waste of money.
We have created a list of things to consider before you decide on a niche to sell in and products to list for sale. Continue reading
The top products to sell – discover the best niche to sell in
Every year Google handles trillions and trillions of searches from a huge range of different people and cultures. Google as a company are extremely good at categorising these search terms and creating meaningful data out of them. Continue reading
Finding in demand niche and what is popular with Google trends
When you’re trying to find a supplier you will come across a number of manufacturers, wholesalers and even retailers. The trick is to know the difference between the three of them and what the best option is for you.
A manufacturer is a company that physically creates and manufactures their own products and makes these available for sale. Many manufacturers do not sell directly to the public and rely on wholesalers to resell their products. The main reason they do this is because they do not have the sales staff and resources to handle individual small end-user sales. Continue reading
Manufacturers vs wholesalers vs retailers