Dropshipping seems to be like easy money, you’re selling other people’s goods and take a cut for yourself, a product that every other seller has access to, and because multiple people are often selling the same product, there’s no unique value proposition.
You’re not adding anything new to the marketplace.
Let’s face it, since you don’t have to manage or store your own inventory, the profit is low, you put less money in, but you get less money out, that means you have to do a lot of business just to stay afloat, let alone turn a profit.
However, if you approach it the right way, and use the proven strategies, dropshipping can still help you build a successful business…just not as quickly as you’d hoped.
It can be a great way to learn Facebook/Google ads when you have very little budget to invest, Dropshipping doesn’t require you to hold inventory or build much infrastructure, so it’s relatively inexpensive to get started.
So you can learn ads, learn sales funnels, learn the game… And that’s really valuable.
But if you’re wondering how you can invest your time, money and energy into something that’s going to grow over time and become more valuable…