Make money with Dropshipping
What is dropshipping?
Dropshippers are producers and wholesalers (spread all over the world) who send their products directly to the customer at the request of a trader (you). The customer simply orders the product from you, but you pass the order to the dropshipper, as it were. As a merchant you order the product only at the dropshipper after the customer has ordered the product from you and has paid you. As long as the price for the customer is higher than the purchase price that the dropshipper charges you as a trader guaranteed profit. Earning money online in a fairly risk-free way.
The advantages of dropshipping are that as a merchant you do not have to invest any money, you do not have to keep stock, you do not have to send products yourself, and you do not even need your own webshop to sell the products.
How do you sell dropship products?
To earn money as a merchant with dropshipping, you obviously need a way to ‘sell’ the products. This can be done perfectly via an own webshop, but managing a webshop is relatively a lot of work. It is much easier to offer your products via eBay.
How do you find good dropshippers?
Your success as a dropship trader is mainly determined by the products you choose to sell. That starts with choosing a suitable dropshipper. Finding a good dropshipper can still be difficult. Of course you can just search online (by googling for example “gadget dropshipper”, “toy dropshipper”, etc.) but the dropshippers that you find are not always reliable and cheap. Pixmania-PRO is fairly familiar, but on the internet there are also negative stories about the margins and customer service there.
Working with a reliable dropshipper is in any case really super important. If there are problems with the product or the delivery, the customer will knock on your door. There are actually too many factors that you have to pay attention to in order to be able to describe this in full, but a recommendation for more information about finding reliable dropshippers is at least, Googling. A lot of it.