Dropshiping Companies?

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What is the best company to use for dropshipping?
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  • Profile picture of the author federal06
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream247
    Hi Rodney,

    I used to be eBay powerseller tried them all, problem is most are not true wholeale prices and once you pay shipping ect.. There is not much profit. Best I found is Wholesaleb 1.5 million products, free signup.
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    • Profile picture of the author rodneybrooksjr
      Originally Posted by mydream247 View Post

      Hi Rodney,

      I used to be eBay powerseller tried them all, problem is most are not true wholeale prices and once you pay shipping ect.. There is not much profit. Best I found is Wholesaleb 1.5 million products, free signup.
      What happen, you didn't make any money? Did you stop?
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream247
    I stopped because eBay kept raising fees, I had ebay with over 1,500 products, and eBay started charging per listing fee for each item, plus fee per sale, after expenses dealing with shipping from china, hoping clears customs, customer returns, ect.. just was not worth the trouble for very little profit margain.

    I prefer amazon no hassles, let them handle collecting payment, shipping, returns, far less hassle and better profit, besides people trust amazon and wholesaleb has great amazon program with direct date feed to your store so really hands off. FBA is good to but requires more cash layout to get started and what happens if your products don't sell? Then you stuck with excess inventory hoping it sells, or you wind up pratically givinh it away to get rid of it.
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    • Profile picture of the author rodneybrooksjr
      Originally Posted by mydream247 View Post

      I stopped because eBay kept raising fees, I had ebay with over 1,500 products, and eBay started charging per listing fee for each item, plus fee per sale, after expenses dealing with shipping from china, hoping clears customs, customer returns, ect.. just was not worth the trouble for very little profit margain.

      I prefer amazon no hassles, let them handle collecting payment, shipping, returns, far less hassle and better profit, besides people trust amazon and wholesaleb has great amazon program with direct date feed to your store so really hands off. FBA is good to but requires more cash layout to get started and what happens if your products don't sell? Then you stuck with excess inventory hoping it sells, or you wind up pratically givinh it away to get rid of it.
      I started on eBay and I had a store so I know what you mean but things have changed now.

      I am on Amazon too but I don't use wholesaleb. I have a store off eBay. The only fees I have to deal with is PayPal. Do you have any tips for Amazon?
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream247
    Only tip I can offer is don't worry about having lowest prices, offer the best quality, customer service, and fast shipping times and you will outsell all your competitors, amazon is not walmart, people don't mind paying a little more for better quality. Good luck to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author darbok
    I'm not a big fan of wholesab, i have an account there, they have odd products, there are like 6 items in the computer catagory and none of the items are actually computers, just ram and off the wall parts.
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    • Profile picture of the author rodneybrooksjr
      Originally Posted by darbok View Post

      I'm not a big fan of wholesab, i have an account there, they have odd products, there are like 6 items in the computer catagory and none of the items are actually computers, just ram and off the wall parts.
      This is the first time I heard about wholesab. Thanks for the tip.
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  • Profile picture of the author mahediblog
    Hi Rodney,
    We are also drop shipper. We do drop shipping from Bangladesh only clothing & leather items.
    You can google "stareon group" for details.
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    • Profile picture of the author rodneybrooksjr
      Originally Posted by mahediblog View Post

      Hi Rodney,
      We are also drop shipper. We do drop shipping from Bangladesh only clothing & leather items.
      You can google "stareon group" for details.
      I checked out your site but I didn't see any information about your drop shipping program. How do I get some more information?
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  • Profile picture of the author imjagad
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    I love dropship. thanks for sharing
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    • Profile picture of the author rodneybrooksjr
      Originally Posted by imjagad View Post

      I love dropship. thanks for sharing
      Your welcome, do you have a store?
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  • Profile picture of the author AadhyaMehra
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    There are a number of ways to find drop ship suppliers:

    Contact the Manufacturer: If you know which product you want to sell, the manufacturer should be able to point you to authorized distributors of their who may also may be willing to drop ship.

    Search on Google: When searching in Google, make sure to dig deep! Wholesaler drop shipping companies are notoriously bad at marketing and you’ll likely have to dig through 5 to 10 pages of irrelevant or spammy listings before you come across a legitimate drop shipper.

    Subscribe to a Directory: While there are a lot of drop shipping directories online, many of them are low-quality and provide little value. However, there are some legitimate directories, and the one I recommend is World Wide Brands. Their directory offers access to a searchable database of thousands of pre-screened drop shipping companies.
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    • Profile picture of the author rodneybrooksjr
      Originally Posted by AadhyaMehra View Post

      There are a number of ways to find drop ship suppliers:

      Contact the Manufacturer: If you know which product you want to sell, the manufacturer should be able to point you to authorized distributors of their who may also may be willing to drop ship.

      Search on Google: When searching in Google, make sure to dig deep! Wholesaler drop shipping companies are notoriously bad at marketing and you'll likely have to dig through 5 to 10 pages of irrelevant or spammy listings before you come across a legitimate drop shipper.

      Subscribe to a Directory: While there are a lot of drop shipping directories online, many of them are low-quality and provide little value. However, there are some legitimate directories, and the one I recommend is World Wide Brands. Their directory offers access to a searchable database of thousands of pre-screened drop shipping companies.
      I have been a member of World Wide brands for years. I agree they do have a large database of legitimate companies. Thanks for the advice!
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  • Profile picture of the author jjrushlow
    I recommend using salehoo. They have thousands of products and very useful tools to help you sell them. They even tell you what people are selling them for.
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