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8 Dropshippers for Your Ecommerce Business

8 Dropshippers for Your Ecommerce Business
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8 Dropshippers for Your Ecommerce Business

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So, you’re interested in dropshipping, huh? Well, let me tell you, it’s a very lucrative industry that is super newbie-friendly. It makes sense for a lot of reasons and a great way to become an entrepreneur and even quit your 9 to 5 in as little as a few weeks.

I have lots of experience dropshipping and I’ll share my take on what you can do to be successful along with 8 dropshippers for your ecommerce business. Let’s kick it off!

Why Dropshipping?

Basically, dropshipping is easy, there’s a low barrier to entry, you can become profitable quickly and become successful quickly.

It’s so Easy

Dropshipping works like this:

Customer buys a product from your store. Instead of you shipping that product from your inventory that you hold, you place an order with the dropshipper, who then ships to your customer.

That’s it!

It’s easy to get started. And pretty affordable too. You can get everything up and going for under $100.

My platform of choice: Shopify

Shopify has everthing you need under the sun. Their app store has an app for everything: customer service, fulfillment, dropshipping, email marketing, etc. You won’t need to go anywhere else. I’ve had several Shopify stores and their platform gets better and better every single year.

Plans start at $9/month and go up from there. They have the best customer support and tons of tools to help you out: forum, blog, etc.

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When I started dropshipping, many years ago, the ecommerce landscape was much different.  It was very hard to find the information you needed to get started dropshipping. I remember searching for hours and hours, going to the library, hunting online, going to forums, etc. There just wasn’t a lot of info out there at the time.

So, what did I do?

Cold emailing.  This means I reached out to people, companies, sources online, via email to find out what information I could, about dropshipping in my industry.  I learned a lot and soon after, created my owne personal strategy that helped me open multipled successful six figure dropshipping companies.

Take a look at these 8 dropshipping companies that you can use for your ecommerce business.

1.) Aliexpress

You have probably heard of these guys. They are an online marketplace, kind of like Ebay, but in China (Asia). They have tons of products in different niches that you can carry in your store.

2.) Ebay

Ebay is an online marketplace. You can bid and win auctions for products. You can also pay flat fees for products and get them shipped immediately.  Ebay is a great resource because, like Aliexpress, they have a ton of products and sellers are worldwide.

3.) Amazon

Like the above two, Amazon is an online marketplace and they have products for every niche.

4.) Modalyst

This company does dropshipping for fashion-related products.

5.) Sugarlips Wholesale

Sugarlips is a dropshipper for fashion apparel and footwear.

6.) Home Goods Galore

Home Goods Galore is your one stop shop for items in many categories including: home & garden, clothes, shoes, beauty, and more. This is great for general stores of if you are looking for goods in a specific category that they offer. Check it out.

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7.) J Goodin

This is your place for jewelry dropshipping. They have a huge collection of gorgeous jewelry. You’ll find everything you need from this dropshipper.

8.) Evertek

Evertek offers electronics dropshipping. I used them years ago to dropship preowned tablets, refurbished laptops and similar goods. You’ll love the layout of the site.

Final Thoughts

There you go, 8 dropshippers for your ecommerce business!

Have any more to add to the list? Comment down below so we can keep expanding on it.



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