I am a web and graphic designer that freelances through my design agency, and I am looking at ways for generating some passive income. I have decided to look into setting up and automating some online stores that use dropshipping, as I want this to be as automated as possible. As I am well versed in web design, branding, marketing, etc, I feel like if I can get a number of these stores up and automated it could make for some nice passive income when I have downtime from my agency.
Currently, I am in the research phase and am just wondering about some of dropshipping/wholesale directories, and what ones are generally looked upon favourably and what ones are not. Being in Canada, I'm hoping to find some quality Canadian dropshippers, and WWB seems to be one of the main ones that offer Canadian hubs.
Is the $299 fee worth the membership, or are there better/cheaper alternatives? I'm interested in hearing some experiences with these guys and also maybe hearing some of the alternatives that I could look into.
Hi all I have been learning marketing for years now and I would still class myself as a noob with a lot to learn however I do make money online at the moment.
In fact over the last two years I started toi make money and I have saved it all however I am not earning that magical number (for me ) of 1000 per month on a regular basis in order to leave my day job and do this full time.
So I've just started working on my website, cupidclarity.com and was looking for some advice on what improvements need to be done if any. The blog covers topics on dating and relationships and my goal for revenue is to promote clickbank programs as an affiliate along with Amazon. I have not gotten a sale as of yet and traffic has been minimal so far.
I run a mountaineering guiding and instruction company, and have a fairly good website, that has been very active over the years. We've just had a new theme installed, and I'm pretty happy, however, despite blogging regularly, using social media a lot (Twitter and Facebook) and updating things, I've noticed that two competitors in particular, who have homemade sites, blog infrequently and hardly use social media are doing far better for many search terms that I would like to rank higher on Google for.
My site is: Scottish Winter Climbing Courses - West Coast Mountain Guides and the two sites that do much better are: