Dropshipping is a word you don’t come across often so let me explain what it is in this article and further explain what the current model of FaceBook and Shopify Dropshipping actually entails.
Dropshipping is made up of two main parties.
The seller: Usually owns a store and displays products that can be bought just like any other store. The customer or visitor cannot tell the store is a dropshipper as the front is the same.
The supplier/manufacturer: Fulfils the order. When the seller gets an order, he/she will contact the supplier, pay for the cost of the goods and give the customers address. The supplier will go ahead and ship the product to the customers address, completing the full process of the order.
Setting things up can be a bit of a hassle. There’s so many variables and you definitely want to be getting things right at the start.
I’m going to answer these questions based on what your goals are because they differ depending on what you want to do with your store.
Not many people know how to spy on Shopify Stores so I’m going to break it down in this article s best as I can.
First, Spying should be done consistently. Call it spying, call it competitor research, whatever it is, it should be an integral part of your daily business tasks.
In just the last couple of months or so, I’ve seen plenty of people on the forum finally break through.
Whether its Dropshipping with FaceBook or Dropshipping with Instagram, eBay or even growing an Instagram page to a huge following, there’s a lot of different things people are finding success with!