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Best Wholesale Dropshipping Companies

Have you decided to enter the fast-paced world of e-commerce? Are you looking to buy and sell goods on the Internet? If so, there are a number of dropshipping services that can help you reach your goals and achieve financial freedom.

Dropshipping is a supply chain management technique in which retailers (you) do not keep merchandise in stock. Instead, the retailers (you) forward customer orders to wholesalers who then ship the goods directly to the customer. Profits are made on the difference between the wholesale and retail prices.

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Wholesale Dropshipper Reviews

5 stars
Worldwide Brands

WORLDWIDE BRANDSTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Worldwide Brands is a top-notch website for the serious individual that is interested in buying and selling goods on the Internet. Worldwide Brands is the industry leader in the dropship marketplace with a complete product and competitive price. For all of these reasons, Worldwide Brands has earned our highest rating.
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4 stars
Doba

DOBA

DOBA is a clean and hip website that can help you find products to sell with little to no hassle. DOBA has access to over 75 manufacturers and over 1,200,000 products. Although priced higher than other websites reviewed, this website is a tremendous resource. Read More... Visit
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2.5 stars
National Dropshippers

NATIONAL DROPSHIPPERS

The National Dropshippers website is very easy to navigate. They have all the tools necessary for putting together a dropship website; and, depending on the package you choose, they will set up your website for you. However, National Dropshippers fails to offer online tutorials, videos, articles, and e-books like some of their competitors. Read More... Visit
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2 stars
Operation Dropship

OPERATION DROPSHIP

Operation Dropship has an immaculate website that is extremely user friendly. Operation Dropship boasts over 150,000 unique products with full product descriptions, images, and pricing. However, a browsing function was not given at the non-member level. Additionally, their membership fees are not clear, and their customer service representatives did not seem knowledgeable. Therefore, we recommend one of the higher-rated services.
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1.5 stars
Simplx

SIMPLX

Simplx claims to be a serious website for "the next generation in dropshipping". However, we found serious flaws in their business model and business practices that can at best be described as deceptive.
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The benefits of dropshipping are numerous. A retailer that uses dropshipping does not have to purchase up-front inventory. In this way, retailers do not have to pay for storage space, nor are they left holding items that they are unable to sell. Additionally, dropshipping reduces the number of employees needed to run a business. Retailers do not have to hire individuals to package and ship items, nor do they have to hire individuals to maintain their inventory.

Because you rely on wholesalers to provide your products, it is important to find a dropshipping service that uses reputable manufacturers. Additionally, the products offered by the dropshipping service need to be compatible with your business goals.

When looking at different dropshipping services, there are certain factors you need to consider. Some of these include:

  • Products. Does the company offer a wide selection of merchandise from reputable manufacturers? Can you browse their products before agreeing to use their service?
  • Value. Does the company charge a reasonable fee for the services they offer?
  • Ease of Use. Is the website clear and easy to navigate?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Wholesale Dropshippers available today. We hope these reviews help you determine which wholesale dropshipping service is right for you!

What Products Should You Sell In Your Wholesale Dropshipping Business?

Since a myriad of things animal, vegetable or mineral can be shipped within the confines of the continental United States via ground package delivery systems, what could be sold via an online retailing business using a wholesale drop shipping supplier depends, in the final analysis, on your research.

If you can find a wholesale drop shipping supplier who carries the item that you wish to have listed in your webstore, then you could offer it for sale. Research alone will get you an answer to that question. Some wholesale drop shipping suppliers have more than a million different products in their catalogs, so there is plenty from which to choose.

An entirely different question is what will sell when offered by an online retail business using a wholesale drop shipping supplier. So the obvious answer is, you should sell what will sell. Further you should offer for sale what someone will buy from your webstore as opposed to a global retailer with a physical store within driving distance of most everyone.

Niche market goods are the best suited to the type of e-commerce in question here. Take wind chimes, whirlygigs and other stuff that plays in the breeze. You can buy them in many physical retail establishments. Most retailers will offer at least one of these with a dragonfly motif. But where would a person who collects only dragonfly wind chimes shop? If she can find your online retail business using a search engine, it could be with you.

Let's say dragonfly motif wind chimes are in fashion this year, and you offer 100 different kinds of dragonfly motif wind chimes, in all price ranges, from all over the world, then chances are, she'll be a repeat customer. So will her friends and family who are looking for the perfect birthday gift for the dragonfly wind chime collector who has everything.

But not all of her dragonfly wind chimes might be hanging from her porch. She might want a couple in the kitchen. In the physical retail store, the wind chimes are often attached to tiny devices that spin them in a breezeless environment. Those little devices are not offered for sale in the store, but could be part of your online retail business's offerings. The same goes for hooks, angles, invisible filament, replacement parts, even remote controls and timers to make the rotating devices operate only when she wants them to whirl.

Wind chimes will probably never go out of style, but dragonfly ones may become passť. As an online retailer using a wholesale drop shipping supplier, you don't have a warehouse filled with a style that might never tinkle in the breeze unless it is the home of the serious collector. Research by you may or may not reveal whether hummingbird or bumblebee motif wind chimes are the next big thing. But by browsing your wholesale drop ship supplier's catalog you might find a line a wind chimes that coordinates with the hottest new color of house trim paint and another product line in your wind chime online retail business could bring coin to tinkle in your pocket.

 

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This week, New Caledonia Tourism (NCTPS) held its annual Rendezvous Workshop, aimed at educating Australian wholesalers about the destination's diverse landscape and gastronomic offerings. Following on from the success of last year's workshop and 2016 ...

Published:  Tue, 28 Mar 2017 08:00:00 GMT



A New Online Seller's Guide to Using Resale Certificates

If you sell products, chances are you've dealt with a resale certificate. Resale certificates are issued by your state and allow you to buy items from wholesalers or other retailers without paying sales tax as long as you plan to resell those items.

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 09:33:00 GMT



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Lessons from the 2016 holiday season: How B2B players can catch up in e-commerce

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