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Drop Shipping Really Is One of the Easiest Ways to Do Business Online

A drop shipping online business is a quick, easy, and low-risk way to start selling online. You won’t have to put up a bunch of money upfront on inventory that might not sell. And your drop shipping partner will handle delivery.
Pick the right niche market and product, and you could have a profitable venture on your hands. You could even expand into other niches and sell other products, too.
The possibilities really are endless with a drop shipping business.
Partnering with a drop shipper is great to start an online venture without investing much of your own money. And you make it that much easier to run your business too. By not having to lay out a bunch of cash to buy products wholesale your not risking your money. You don’t have to store them. And you don’t have to worry about keeping up with shipping your products in a timely manner.
But that doesn’t mean you should just hand off those important elements of your business to just anyone. Working with a bad drop shipper — and they are out there — could sink your business before it ever gets off the ground.
You don’t have to go into the process of finding and negotiating with a potential drop shipping partner blind. Here are some key questions to ask to help you determine if they are the right fit for your business.
  1. Once a customer has placed an order, how long will it take to be processed and shipped out of their facility?
  2. What methods of shipping the products are available? This is especially important if they are located overseas and are shipping internationally. Do they use services like UPS and FedEx? Can a customer overnight an order? Do they rely on the U.S. Postal Service only?
  3. This is a big one: do they have a tracking system so that you and/or your customers can see the status of each order easily?
  4. How do they deal with issues like lost shipments? You don’t want customers to get frustrated with issues you can’t control. And keep in mind that as the seller you are ultimately responsible for customer service.
  5. Do the products they offer have warranties/guarantees? What happens if the customer isn’t satisfied with the product — what’s the return policy? And does the drop shipper guarantee the product… what happens if the product fails in some way? You want to make sure this matches up your philosophy. If a customer feels that they’ve been taken advantage of… you can’t point to the drop shipper and blame them. After all, you are the one that sold the customer the product.
It’s also a good idea to check forums, blogs, and social media for comments about the drop shipping company from other online entrepreneurs. Drop shippers who have a bad reputation or have bad business practices will quickly be exposed, often in detail, so you can avoid them.

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