If you don’t want to make a big investment but still want to sell high-quality products and get the maximum amount of profit, drop shipping products to customers can be a great option.
With drop shipping, you don’t need to manage overhead costs of buying or maintaining a warehouse and the products are directly shipped to the customer – all you need is an online storefront to sell the manufacturer’s products.
We recommend using Shopify as your online store platform.
In this article, we are going to discuss how to find drop shipping products that are popular across the globe.
How To Find Profitable Drop Shipping Products
How To Become A Successful Drop Shipper
You must do things in the right order to become successful at drop shipping. These are the steps you need to take.
- Select a niche.
- Perform competition research.
- Secure a supplier.
- Build your e-commerce website.
- Create a customer acquisition plan.
- Analyze and optimize.
In order to succeed as an online store owner, you need to know how to select and sell products that have a high demand. In order to do that, you need to select a good niche in which all your products will fall under.
Select ONE category below to start your online store.
63 Profitable Drop Shipping Niches
- Anything Apparel
- Baby clothes
- Boutique Clothing
- Car parts
- Cell phones
- Greeting Cards
- Hair Products
- Halloween Costumes
- Home decor
- Kids Clothing
- Office supplies
- Party supplies
- Pet supplies
- Plus size clothing
- Wedding supplies
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Let’s say you selected the category: Dresses.
You’ll then want to categorize your items in subsections.
On LadyBossBloggerShop.com, they decided to categorize their dresses based on length because the niche they decided on is businesswomen.
Length is very important to a woman going to business meetings and speaking, therefore make sure your categories are based on your target audience and how they prefer to shop.
Then start promoting your store on social media and start learning how people respond to your products and change your strategies accordingly.
Check out this video to see how to build your influence online to sell more stuff on your store.
5 Drop Shipping Products TO AVOID
After consulting dropshipping experts and helping countless merchants, we’ve put together 5 types of products you should not sell if you’re new to dropshipping.
1. Tight Jeans
You don’t want to sell products that:
- Will garner a lot of returns
- May not fit
Clothing is a GREAT thing to sell and is extremely popular, consider selling leggings or joggers instead or clothes with more wiggle room.
2. Trademarked Sneakers
If you don’t have a reseller license then you cannot legally sell trademarked sneakers. While these products sell REALLY WELL, if you’re operating without a license, you could get in deep legal trouble.
3. Black Bags
This may seem kind of random, but basically, these products are just TOO COMMON. Your products need to be unique and not something you can simply purchase anywhere.
If you know what you’re doing then furniture can be EXTREMELY profitable, but if you’re just starting out it could be extremely costly. Selling furniture violates one of the most important rules for beginner dropshippers:
You should never dropship a product you can’t ship with ePacket shipping!
Consider selling lighter stuff such as accessories for furniture such as throw pillows or bedding.
5. Face Masks
You’re not allowed to advertise products that make health claims according to Facebook’s Advertising Policy. If you want to advertise your store effectively, you’re going to want to promote them on Facebook, so make sure the products you select play by Facebook’s rules.
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