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Dropshipping on Amazon and Ebay from Home

Discussion in 'Affiliates' started by josh, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. josh

    josh New Member Webmaster

    Selling products online is almost a guaranteed way of making money if you do your maths correctly. However, getting the products to sell is the hardest part as well as finding the products that you want to sell. Luckily, there are marketplaces out there that can help you with finding customers and buyers such as EBay and Amazon but you will still need to have a huge inventory of products stashed somewhere in your home, right? Actually, this is not the case anymore as you can now sell products on line that you don?t even have. The way that you do this is to find a dropshipper. The way that dropshipping works is that you sell products that are on offer by the dropshipper for the price that you want to sell them for. Dropshippers will usually have a huge inventory of things to sell so you will be able to populate your Ebay or Amazon store with a tonne of items. Once you have done this and your item starts to sell, you will probably thing you are in trouble, right? However, this is not the case as what you do when you sell a product is simply order it from the dropshipper and have it shipped straight to the customers address. This means that you can sell products without having to spend thousands on an inventory and without ever having to see the product. [​IMG] The way that you make money is in the difference between the two prices. Let?s say that the dropshipper is selling a product for ?1.99 + ?0.50 postage. You will simply list the product on Amazon, EBay or your own online store for a price higher than this such as ?4.99 + ?1 postage. This way, you will make money on the difference between the two prices.? This is a really simple way of making money and one that is being exploited by many people on Amazon and EBay so make sure you find something a little bit different to sell and make sure that you do your maths right and take into account and fee?s or charges from EBay, Amazon or PayPal.

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