Top Wordpress Plugins For Dropshippers?

Profile picture of the author aizaku by
I'm brand spanking new to the world of dropshipping. So what are the best plugins for dropshippers?

You know, to set up eCommerce, for payment, etc..

Thanks in advance
#ecommerce #dropshippers #plugins #top #wordpress

  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Do you mean for Wordpress? If so, I use WooCommerce. As far as payment goes, it depends on what kind of payments you want to accept. Paypal is built in to WooCommerce, but they have an extension available for just about every time of payment imaginable. There are a ton of great extensions.
  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    thanks for the info!
  • Profile picture of the author SEOduet
    Here is the recipe for Dropshipping:

    1- Wordpress
    2-WooCommerce
    3-Theme Forest (for beautiful themes)
    4-a Dropshipper
  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    NICE ONE! thanks for the info SEO duet!
  • Profile picture of the author NikkiBlue
    and how about
    5- Reliable Dropshipper


    Originally Posted by SEOduet View Post

    Here is the recipe for Dropshipping:

    1- Wordpress
    2-WooCommerce
    3-Theme Forest (for beautiful themes)
    4-a Dropshipper
  • Profile picture of the author jlcs
    So far, i am using WooCommerce and it can support a lot of dropshipper and payment method.
  • Profile picture of the author digitalquilluk
    Can I also champion WooCommerce, does everything you need for dropshipping or full ecommerce shop. Great stats showing you sales and performing products etc and easy to use.

    If you can pull a datafeed of products from your drop shipper checkout my footer - Warrior users get a huge discount at the moment!
  • Profile picture of the author SoundsGood
    Can you guys fill me in on specifically what features WooCommerce has that makes it great for dropshipping?

    Thanks!
  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Originally Posted by SoundsGood View Post

    Can you guys fill me in on specifically what features WooCommerce has that makes it great for dropshipping?

    Thanks!
    Once you buy the theme and extensions, there are no monthly costs as there are in some of the other ecommerce solutions, and some of those monthly costs are quite large.

    Easy to set up and get up and running. With the right extensions, has all of the features that any ecommerce solution has.

    Great not only for dropshipping, but digital products and physical products in general.
  • Profile picture of the author SoundsGood
    Thanks. Sounds like Woocommerce is a great e-commerce theme in general.

    But are there any features that Woocommerce has that makes it better specifically for drop shipping? Or not really?
  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Originally Posted by SoundsGood View Post

    Thanks. Sounds like Woocommerce is a great e-commerce theme in general.

    But are there any features that Woocommerce has that makes it better specifically for drop shipping? Or not really?
    There are no features really of any ecommerce solution that are specific to dropshipping. Dropshipping isn't any different than any other way to sell physical products. You need to build relationships with wholesalers to get the products you want to sell.
  • Profile picture of the author SoundsGood
    Are you sure? When looking into shopping carts I read that BigCommerce was lacking when it came to dropshipping and an external solution was needed. So there must be SOME aspects that involve dropshipping specifically -- right?
  • Profile picture of the author lastreporter
    My suggestion is to try some of them out for youself. This is the only way you will see which is best for your needs.

    Some offer free trials; some don't

    But if you really want to make money in ecommerce, you'll must be willing to test, invest, research and work.

    No one has the definitive answer for you.

    It took me two years to find platforms that work of me.

    Much of the advice I received was erroneous, or was given by those who were trying to sell a product.
  • Profile picture of the author pavv
    Originally Posted by SoundsGood View Post

    Are you sure? When looking into shopping carts I read that BigCommerce was lacking when it came to dropshipping and an external solution was needed. So there must be SOME aspects that involve dropshipping specifically -- right?
    Do you remember what BigCommerce was supposed to be lacking? Just curious because I have a store on BigCommerce and its fine for drop shipping.
  • Profile picture of the author successmonster234
    Woocommerce is the way to go, I use it on full-on ecommerce sites generating lots of sales and also on affiliate websites (similar to dropship websites) and the product is, in my opinion, the BEST WORDPRESS ECOMMERCE PLATFORM AVAILABLE
  • Profile picture of the author SoundsGood
    Originally Posted by pavv View Post

    Do you remember what BigCommerce was supposed to be lacking? Just curious because I have a store on BigCommerce and its fine for drop shipping.
    Not exactly... but I found THIS on the BigCommerce website:

    "Do you have a BigCommerce store and need to drop ship products? We would like to recommend a third party service that provides a drop shipping solution for BigCommerce store owners."

    The third party solution is something called Ordoro.
  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Originally Posted by SoundsGood View Post

    Are you sure? When looking into shopping carts I read that BigCommerce was lacking when it came to dropshipping and an external solution was needed. So there must be SOME aspects that involve dropshipping specifically -- right?
    Don't know what it would be unless someone has developed an extension that automatically sends the order to the wholesaler, pays for it and submits the customer's info ...

    Other than that, there is nothing special about a dropshipping site that makes it different from any other ecommerce site. I have 3 of them.
  • Profile picture of the author SoundsGood
    Originally Posted by letsdothistogether View Post

    Woocommerce is the way to go, I use it on full-on ecommerce sites generating lots of sales and also on affiliate websites ...
    How do you use it on affiliate sites? Items can't be put into a shopping cart, so what do you do?
  • Profile picture of the author successmonster234
    when you add a product to woocommerce you can set it as an 'affiliate product' and then add a URL to link the BUY NOW button to, works great, see here: Experience Gifts | Over 10000 experience gifts | Red Letter Days | BuyAGift | Virgin and more
  • Profile picture of the author SoundsGood
    Originally Posted by letsdothistogether View Post

    when you add a product to woocommerce you can set it as an 'affiliate product' and then add a URL to link the BUY NOW button to, works great, see here: Experience Gifts | Over 10000 experience gifts | Red Letter Days | BuyAGift | Virgin and more
    Hmmmm... VERY interesting!

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