An A to Z guide on dropshipping with Spocket!
Online retail can be hard, what with store building, product sourcing, negotiating discounts with suppliers, marketing and shipping- all weighing upon your shoulders. However, Spocket takes away majority of these worries for you. Spocket is a platform where you can easily find amazing products and dropship them directly to your customers. Spocket suppliers are mostly from around the corner, like US and Europe, and offer fast shipping and exclusive deep discount on each product.
Spocket gives you access to thousands of products from all sorts of niches- right from apparel and footwear to tech and pet accessories. And with a few clicks, these products from suppliers all over the world, can be added to your store with zero upfront cost.
How Dropshipping Works
This is how dropshipping works: the customer places an order in your Shopify or Woocommerce store and pays you the X amount. After that, you will need to purchase that product for the Y amount from the supplier, and they will ship the item directly to your customer. Your Profit is equal to = X - Y. Sounds like magic, right? 🧙
Now, for a complete guide to Spocket!
The first step is installing Spocket on Shopify or WooCommerce. If have not added the Spocket app yet, you may want to check out this article!
Next, you might want to go over your settings: adding your store URL, setting up a global mark-up (optional), adding your credit card would help Spocket function smoothly!
Spocket allows you to add thousands of great products to your store easily. Just click on the ‘Add to Import’ button that is present on the product card. This article will help you find and add products to your store: Finding Products.
The products will have default titles and descriptions, and a suggested retail price. However, you can entirely customize all of these details to suit your store. We recommend shaking up the prices with regards to your target market and requirements. This video will guide you:
SETTING UP SHIPPING:
You will need to set up a shipping rate on Shopify to ensure that you are not undercharging your customers. To understand the different types of rates that you can implement for your store, check out this article: Setting up shipping costs
Once you receive an order from a customer, you will have to head to the Orders page of the Spocket app and place the order for the supplier. This quick one-step process will allow you to check the order and send any notes, if required, to the supplier.
The supplier will process your order and ship it out to your customer- and that is it!