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Wholesale Dropshipper Reviews; The Good, The Bad & the Ugly

November 21st, 2008 by bleyis, under Wholesale Dropshipper. No Comments

When selling online you really want to make sure that you are selling high quality products, but you also want to make sure that if you join a wholesale dropping company that they are professional when it comes to customer service and shipping. After all, you yourself won’t have any hands on options with the products you are selling, and you are really trusting in the company you are with. At least if you had the products yourself, it would be your responsibility to ship them on time, right? Well in these cases you don’t have that ability and instead you have to put all your trust into someone else that what they say is really true. Not only is shipping and customer service important, but so is quality of product.

If the company says the product is brand new and you sell it to someone and then they complain about the item being broken or out of date, it’s going to be your head on the chopping block. When it comes to dropshippers it’s important to read reviews, learn as much as you can about a company, and listen to what other people say about that company! Listed below are a few sites you can check out regarding these wholesale dropshippers and wholesale directories along with a little information about them:

SaleHoo:
SaleHoo is a global merchandise sourcing community designed to give you peace of mind and a clear competitive advantage. You will get access to their frequently-updated wholesale directory that boasts over 8,000 established references for eBay and dropship products. All the providers in their dropship directory are verified by SaleHoo staff or members before they will list them. Then, community members can give feedback; both the good and bad, on their experiences dealing with each supplier. The private members forums have over 50,000 registered members and they are moderated by expert eBay Powersellers. You will find straight answers to your inquiries from experienced online auction sellers and importers; BEFORE you invest in a big order of wholesale or dropship products from abroad.

Doba:
Doba provides a place where suppliers can list their product inventory, and you can find items to sell. These different suppliers will drop ship products right to your customers, so you never have to handle or ship products. If you’re a retailer looking for products to sell we have a service package that will work for you.

Shopster:
Shopster Product Source gives you the products and tools you need to start or grow your online business. 1,000,000+ products from 130 suppliers, Products dropshipped to your customer, Live order tracking, Training and customer service. There’s no inventory for you to manage. Using Shopster as your source for dropship products means you have a lower overhead investment, and don’t have to worry about the complicated warehousing side of an online business. Simply pick your products, set your prices, and order the products. They process orders and ship directly to your customers ASAP.

World Wide Brands:
Grow your home business through the best eBiz education and direct wholesale supplier relationships in the world. The first step to your success is 1 click away. For the past decade, they have helped thousands of online retailers become elite members of a unique community of successful online sellers. A direct relationship with Dropshippers, INSTANT Access to over 8 million wholesale products, Purchase wholesale products with LOW minimum orders, Immediate Access to suppliers who will drop ship products, Trusted eCommerce Resources – all verified by our staff, educational features, community resources, and much more!

Obviously in the end the choice is yours but just remember you have a wide array of companies to choose from and just because one site may receive some flak for something or other, doesn’t mean that everyone else in the world thinks they are a bad company to go with. One bad review shouldn’t diminish your thoughts (good or bad) about a company. If anything, check the forums and message boards on these sites, you will find some really unbiased and uncensored reviews!

What Is A Wholesale Dropshipper And How Do They Work?

November 20th, 2008 by bleyis, under Wholesale Dropshipper. No Comments

For those of you that want to find a way to make money online selling products, but you don’t know how to go about it or a good option to choose from, you might want to try wholesale dropshipping! Now wholesale is the sale of good, products or services to individuals by use of large goods or bulk trade. Of course you can sell your products to big companies, but most people choose to become a dropping wholesaler so that they can sell products on eBay and turn a profit. In these cases as the wholesaler it will be your responsibility to sell the product but not your responsibility to “stock” the product unless you choose to do so. Most people choose dropshipping because it’s a way to make money without having to stock large lots and instead can be shipped to the buyer by use of the dropshipper on hand. These dropshippers include businesses like SaleHoo

, Doba, and Shopster. As the seller you will be making choices as to what to sell and how much you should charge for each item. Again, the point of this is to make profit! So, if you buy a lot for $1000 you should make sure that each item for sale is X amount of dollars so that when you sell all the items you make more than $1000 back. This takes some good research and time to figure out how much you should sell an item for and what your competitors are selling it for. If you and your competitor are selling the same thing and you offer a unit for $100 and he offers it for $75, people will be more prone to buy from him, obviously!

By picking a well-known wholesale dropshipper you need to make sure of a few things. First off you want to make sure that this company has a good rep between sellers and buyers this will take a bit of time to research and some common sense on your part. But for the most part you can simple search online for reviews on these businesses. Second off you want to make sure that the wholesalers they have, offer quality products. Even if the product isn’t a brand name and is a “replica” I always find it important to still, make sure the product is of a high quality. After all, the last thing you want is to sell sell sell and then have people return return return. What’s the point in selling if you’re going to have to make refunds? The last thing you want to check out is your competitors and not for pricing, but for what they are offering. If 20 million people are offering the same product you want to offer, you might want to take a second and think about selling something else. Sometimes the “shelves” become too saturated with the same type of item or the same product and this is why some people have such a hard time selling their items!

Originally wholesale meant selling products to retail stores but over time (like everything else) it has evolved into a selling manifestation of people just like you looking to make some extra money from home. Anyone can become a seller, it doesn’t matter your race, sex, creed or age. One of the best places to sell YOUR products are sites like eBay, eBidz and even Amazon. If possible, try to get products that are brand new and in the box or NIB, these items usually can sell for a higher price rather than an item that has been opened or is without its box or packaging material and people often will flock towards items that are brand new in the box. If your unsure about some things it’s a good idea to look back on what you would like as a buyer, what type of things would you be interested in, is quality important to you or price? Ask yourself these questions and you should have a good idea of what people want and what people are looking for when looking to you for products!

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