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If a person is to use Facebook Marketplace to post dropshipping items for sale (is this allowed?) what can be done about a person who asks to see the item in person? I can only assume that with the right marketing approach this concern by the buyer can be overcome.
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  • Profile picture of the author vmustang
    Thanks for any help!
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Tell them that, like Amazon, Jet.com and Wayfair, you are an online-only store and that you offer a money back guarantee if they are not happy with their purchase.
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    I have, a few bite, but not many. I have increased conversions slightly with giving them the option of picking up locally. I have gotten about 100 emails, and 9 customers out of it. I think I can double that from existing customer contact.

    I wonder if Facebook boosted ads would be more beneficial to me? Keep in mind im not paying anything right now, but time is money.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Maybe they would work and maybe not. It all comes down to the product. If is a "hot" one that everybody has been talking about, something people want but have not gotten around to buying or something that solves a problem that people NEED immediate help with, it may work.

      If it is just something like a pretty dress, a cool looking shirt, a wallet or a piece of jewelry, probably not. People do not go to Facebook to buy things. If you don't have an ad (or boosted post) for something that they NEED RIGHT NOW, they usually don't do all that well.
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