How to Find and Source Products to DropShip on Shopify

You have a store built and the mindset to sell, but now, what are you going to sell? It might be frustrating to research products when you’re just starting out, but as long as you have the right mindset (useful, with an audience and demanded), you’re on the right track.

The Top 7 Methods to Help You Choose the Right Trending Products

Today, I’ll show you 7 different ways you can translate that knowledge into products for your catalog.

Wish

This website is practically built off AliExpress, and since it usually shows up on your Facebook feed, it should be easy to find ideas.

You can navigate through niches to find ideas for your particular market as well, and the sheer ridiculousness of its offers is certainly a breath of fresh air.

Facebook

Another option is to simply go to Facebook and look up eCommerce-related keywords on the search bar. Go for “on sale” or “50% off” and take a look at the ads.

You can find products with great engagement which are already selling.

Google

Another quick method is to type your niche on the Google search bar and add “myshopify.com”.

A quick browse through the first results will also get you to Shopify stores that are already selling the products. You have the added bonus of taking a look at the shops’ designs.

Thieve.co

This platform offers curated lists of products from AliExpress. It’s a great (free) site that you can use to find products you can import almost instantly.

You can sort with categories and even find trends and best-sellers.

Pexda

Pexda is a similar service to Thieve.co, but this one is paid. You should stay away if you’re on a budget or just starting out, but it’s a great way to find winners if you have the chance to use it.

It gives you more details than Thieve.co as well.

Amazon Movers & Shakers

This Amazon services shows you which products have gotten the most amount of sales within the last 24 hours, and it’s a great way to find safe opportunities and to capitalize on trends.

Watchcount

This services is pretty much similar to the previous one; it shows you which products are seeing nice sales numbers.

Conclusion

As long as you can keep in mind the 3 principles to finding winners, you should be able to exploit any of these platforms to their fullest potential.

Try to stick to the free ones when starting out, and once you start seeing profits and more leisure money, consider investing in paid services.

Are you new to dropshipping?

Honestly, if you don’t know how to do paid advertising you most likely will end up losing a lot of money and time. On top of that, picking the right product, testing and ads is a lot to take in for someone whos starting out.

I highly recommend you get a proper course which isn’t your $2000 dropshipping course gurus say to get which promises overnight success. My favorite course is eCom Elites because it’s one of the most affordable courses out there with the most amount of content.

Check out my review on eCom Elites Here!

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