Shopify dropshippers were thrown off guard when Shopify announced it would close the popular dropshipping app in June 2022. Shopify also recommended that all former Oberlo users transfer their products and orders to their new, official dropshipping partner, DSers. So, that begs the question, what are the differences between DSers vs Oberlo?
Can you still find and import products from AliExpress? Does it still seamlessly integrate with the Shopify ecommerce platform and offer things like a Chrome extension, free plan, and the ability to make bulk orders?
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If you’re tired of your 9-5 or simply looking for a new side hustle, you’ve likely considered dropshipping.
Using the dropshipping model, starting your own eCommerce business is a breeze. The principle is straightforward, and with the right tools, you can get set up in just a couple hours. That said, it's no wonder that 27% of online sellers have adopted drop shipping for at least some of their products.
While there's lots to learn about online marketing and branding, these hurdles are easily solved with some time and commitment.
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Dropshipping is one of the most popular eCommerce fulfillment models in 2022, and it’s only predicted to continue expanding. Dropshipping is the fulfillment model for nearly one-third of online stores and is anticipated to achieve a CAGR of 28.8% from 2019 to 2025.
For the uninitiated, drop shipping enables new and established sellers alike to extend their product inventory without making any initial investments or storing bulky products in their own facilities.
Instead, manufacturing, warehousing, picking, packing, and shipping are all handled by third-party dropshipping suppliers. As such, you’re free to focus on selling products via your own online store and driving the customer service side of things.
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