Most people aren't sure what to expect from being a drop-shipper and allowing other sellers to sell their products, or being a seller who sells a drop-shippers products. There are some issues that may arise along the way. In this post we would like to shed some light on the pros and cons of drop-shipping.
Pros of Drop-shipping
Cons of Drop-shipping
Pros for sellers selling drop-shipped products
Cons for sellers selling drop-shipped products
It goes to say that there are equal risks when it comes to selling a physical product. Rather you drop-ship or sell someone else's products, there will always be risks. Investing in product could result in a waste of money should the market slow down or change it's trendy course. Selling a drop-shippers product at times means that your successful business and it's future is determined by the drop-shipper.
From experience we have found that a key ingredient to building up a successful businesses is investing in an actual physical product inventory. Customers are more likely to get what they purchased, fewer customers purchase out of stocks, your prices are not over priced and remain competitive, and the longevity of your business is more secured.