Best ways to find dropship partners

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I would especially love insights from experienced sellers who have partnered with drop shippers. Do you use drop ship sites, or go around finding distributors of products you wanted to sell and contact them to see if they would drop ship for you.


By the way, do most dropshippers usually allow you to market the products on Amazon as well your own site? Or is this case by case?
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny221
    Depend the niche you are looking for.

    I use Vernetro.com for motorcycle gear.
    I am not a biker, but there is profit to be made.
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  • Profile picture of the author kurtbai
    it's becoming easier to find dropshippers today, most of them are OK with you selling on eBay or Amazon. I have been using dropshippers for quite some years for my home decor and jewelry stores online. Pretty good business is all I can say.
    If you are interested in using dropshippers, don't be afraid to try, it's a solid business model. Just be careful when selecting them though. Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author kurtbai
    I found my dropshippers from directories, spent some time and money testing different ones, and finally stick with 3, for quite some years now.

    you can also do a search for wholesale and dropship forums where dropshippers are directly looking for merchants to work with. For the sake of the rules here, I won't disclose the forum names, you'll have to do your research on Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author sdzh
    Hi Kurtbai. Thanks for the advice.
    I take it that the site in your signature is your own?
    Ian
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