Dropshipping is a great service, primarily geared towards start-ups and people looking to get into the wholesale niche without having to invest too much at first. It’s basically a service which gets the goods you’re going to sell, dispatches them to your customers and creates invoices according to your business’s needs. But there are some downsides too.
While you could theoretically do all of your work remotely, just through an internet connection for about a couple of hours a day, allowing dropshippers to handle the rest, thing is you won’t make much profit. They charge significant fees for logistics and handling, so you won’t be making a lot of money fast. But you can use this method to monetize your own website, as an alternative to popular choices, like Amazon’s Customer Referral Program or Google Ads. Like these, Dropshipping will bring in some revenue each month, but it’ll greatly depend on traffic and quality of your website.