Oberlo Dropshipping by Shopify

A dropshipping marketplace for entrepreneurs

#5 Product of the DaySeptember 07, 2018
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Oberlo allows you to easily import dropshipped products directly into your ecommerce store and ship them directly to your customers – in only a few clicks.

Reviews
  • Pros: 

    Easy to Use, Tons of Products to Choose From, Great Support

    Cons: 

    None

    Perfect for beginners and seasoned dropshippers alike.

    Ash Soulliere has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    Amazing Support, Stable platform, Easy to use, Huge amount of products

    Cons: 

    None

    If you're starting out your online business, you won't find anything better.

    Andrius Kelbauskas has used this product for one year.
Discussion
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Nicole M Ferreira
Nicole M FerreiraMaker@nicolemarfer · Content Marketer
Oberlo is a marketplace where you can find products to sell online. In only a few clicks, you can add products to your Shopify store and start selling. You’ll have access to millions of products from a wide range of niches. Oberlo also verifies top suppliers so you can find reliable suppliers who provide exceptional service. We believe in offering the best service so if you love a certain feature or you have a suggestion on something we can improve on, let us know!
Brad Ungar
Brad Ungar@bradungar · Vice President, Greenly
Plans for WooCommerce integration soon? Any big brands in your catalog?
Nicole M Ferreira
Nicole M FerreiraMaker@nicolemarfer · Content Marketer
@bradungar There are no plans at this time for a WooCommerce integration. However, you can use the Shopify 'Buy Button' to sell Oberlo products on your WooCommerce store. Oberlo has an extensive collection of reputable suppliers. And we're constantly adding new products each month to our growing collection.
Babken Karapetyan
Babken Karapetyan@babken_karapetyan · Innovation is a Memetic Evolution
Looks great
Nicole M Ferreira
Nicole M FerreiraMaker@nicolemarfer · Content Marketer
@babken_karapetyan Thanks Babken! If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us anytime!
jeason david
jeason david@jeason_david · Exit Intent Pop-Up: STEDB
Ben Bowden
Ben Bowden@benbowdene · Product
How do people typically sell the products when it takes ~30 days in total to get to the US? Do they ship it to their own house/factory then try to sell it?
Cody
Cody@rdbrdd · Founder of Redbearded
@benbowdene If you are upfront with people about ship times its not bad since the customer knows what to expect. That said most of the dropship stuff is garbage and I have had better luck finding manufactures myself and ordering shipments to sell from my own stores. But this is an easy way to potentially get a store up and running. You can also plug directly into places like amazon and reach a large audience. Though competition is nuts...
Sage & Post
Sage & Post@sageandpost · modern mom, modern baby products
@benbowdene this was my main issue with it. Everything came from China and took around 20 - 30 days to be delivered. With the Amazon like attention span of customers it was difficult to justify.