Today’s post is a guest post by a highly successful solopreneur – Courtney Rosenfeld. His website is gigspark.biz Being a solopreneur takes courage and a commitment to putting in the work to make your business grow. However, being a solopreneur doesn’t mean you have to do it all yourself.
You may have some experience with dropshipping – but not everyone does, so let’s take a minute to fully understand it. What exactly is drop shipping? Drop shipping is selling something you don’t own. There are many companies that offer merchandise for sale who will ship the merchandise directly to
Remember; many wholesalers do not want the general public to see their wholesale pricing. So they will often send you to a retail site or a website with no pricing. When you see that, do two things: First, look for a link to register for a wholesale account and if
eBay Sellers and Small Website Owners: Forget the Dropship Warehouses. Set up your own private dropshipping operation. Many eBay Power Sellers and small website owners are looking for easier, more automated ways to buy in bulk and add products to their online store, without having to actually ship orders or store
On January 16th, eBay announced a massive overhaul to the eBay Trading Assistant Program that will take effect on February 11th. The overhaul of the Trading Assistant Program (an eBay program that helps consignment sellers find customers and sell their items on eBay) was long overdue. eBay’s program provides for
Forget those middlemen drop ship companies –go right to the source to find real eBay dropshippers Drop shipping is a great business model for eBay. There are no upfront costs to sell an item except the listing fees on eBay. Once an item sells on eBay, you receive the “retail”