Wha Industry to Choose for Dropshipping

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antongreen30
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16 Apr 15 11:34:42 am
I am going to start drop shipping. I have an ecommerce site and done some market research and I cant decide exactly what industry to go into. I'm stuck on 3. What i'm thinking is to go into a few different industries, choose a very generic name for my site and sell on ebay and Amazon also and see what works. What do you guys think of this. Do you have any ideas how I could approach this. Your input is very much appreciated.

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fudjj
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17 Apr 15 06:46:53 pm
Hi Anton,

I think it's a good idea to test all three markets. That's really one of the big benefits of dropshipping, not needing the cash outlay to test the markets with.


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28 Apr 15 09:15:46 am
Hi Anton,

I agree with Mark.
I think it's a good idea to test all three markets.
And you should get really familiar with the products that you want to develop
and know about the local market and which kind of product that they really want.
I think catchy website and charming design of the picture is the key to open up your markets.
Your own website is the main industry, the amazon and ebay store is subsidiary.
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