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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Drop-shipping gets you into eCommerce without inventory worries #ad

The easy way to get started in eCommerce is with drop-shipping. With drop-shipping you avoid the hassles of shipping products and handling return. A manufacturer or wholesaler handles the mechanics of fulfilling a sale. You just: 1. advertise the product, 2. accept orders (and collect the money) and 3. tell your drop-shipper where to ship the product and pay them for the product. If you want a store selling physical goods, this is the way to get started right away. You just pick a niche, find products that appeal to people who are interested in that niche, and place ads for the products on your... [...]

Dropshiply: A dropshipping business without the pain #ad

People need stuff, all kinds of stuff: clothes,food, automotive accessories, entertainment equipment, pet supplies, and hundreds of other types of products. Each of these many niches provides a chance for you to build a store selling hundreds or thousands of products in the niche. All you need now is an easy way to: ■ Build your store, ■ Find products to sell ■ Manage your store (including price setting and changes and out of stock adjustments) ■ Manage orders (including shipping the product) ■ Manage your customer list Of course, if you use dropshipping (you advertise the product and... [...]

Build your dropshipping business with Dropshiply #ad

Dropshipping is a marketing technique for selling physical products that have to be shipped to buyers. In typical retail, you, the seller, buy a collection of products for your online (or offline) shop, then store them until someone buys. In dropshipping, the manufacturer or wholesale distributor holds the products. When you receive an order, you instruct them to ship it directly to your customer’s address. You never take physical possession of the product. That has two big advantages for you: 1. You don’t have to buy the product before you make the sale, so you don’t need as... [...]