Hey, I've been dropshipping for about a week or so now, and finding it really difficult to make any form of profit of items that's worth it. To put in perspective I've probably found 4 items so far that make about £5 ($7.64) profit when all the Fees, VAT etc has been included. Fees and VAT surely do take the majority of my profits out, I use eBay.
Would It be worth it setting up my own website to dropship items?
(I don't mean start a Dropshipping business, but to sell items using the drop ship method on something other than eBay)
Amazon doesn't work well for me as I'd have buy items out of my own money of which I don't have (to make like £10?) Because Amazon holds money for 14 days. Is there a way to withdraw money instantly?
This post is for anyone who has a website and is struggling to get traffic to it. The purpose of this post is to give you free methods that will bring traffic to your website in short as well as long term.
One of the most basic things to realize if you have a new website is that, it will take some time before you start getting continuous flow of traffic to your website. The more effort you put in the better it will be for you but it will still take some time. No matter how good you are, some things just take time.
Good morning, CubeMonk3y here with my first post on the forums.. Please forgive me if i missed a FAQ or sticky thread about this. I'm happy to be here!
So my e-commerce story started with listening to the 4 hour work week on my way into work and hearing about how people have completely changed their lives by creating somewhat passive income through e-commerce.
I have a folder designated on my system where I have my future blog posts stored in MS Word. When I want to make a blog post, I go to my WP-admin, open up "posts" to make a blog post and paste my articles into the text area after highlighting the text and "right-click / copying" from MS Word.
How safe is this if I do it this way? I mean, is there other code dragged from MS Word into WP? Or?? Feedback / insights / constructive criticism appreciated.