If you don’t have any money to invest in an up-front business, you can still have a successful one. Many successful businesses started with little money and built up their focus and clientele over time. While you’re building up your clientele, you can continue working your day job.
A dropshipping business requires little to no money upfront, but it does require some marketing. A dropshipper’s profit depends largely on traffic, and it can take years to build a brand. In addition, a dropshipper has to deal with a lot of things, from finding wholesale suppliers to order processing, returns, and customer service. Depending on the traffic, the profit margins for a dropshipping business will be higher.
Another advantage of dropshipping is that you don’t need to invest in inventory or have a physical location to run your business. You can work from anywhere – from a public space to …