Dropshipping is one of the fastest and easiest
ways to start an e-commerce business and in this video, I will show how to sell physical
products online, without having a warehouse or any product in your inventory. Hi everyone, my name is Robert and in the
next minutes I am going to walk you through a semi-automated method for contacting suppliers
and having them pack, store and ship your items. This is by far the easiest method to dropship
with WordPress since it lets you browse AliExpress products and immediately pull them into your
product catalog with full product descriptions, pricing information, and images. What’s more is that when an order goes through,
a message is sent to the supplier, who then sends out the product on your behalf you. Most of the legwork is removed, opening up
the time to focus on marketing and sales. Are you ready? Let’s get started! Most dropshipping operations utilize the WooCommerce
plugin, which makes it easier to sell both regular items and dropshipped ones. For the purpose of this tutorial, I use the
PRO version of Shopisle WordPress theme, and if you want to see a detailed tutorial on
how to install and setup WooCommerce, please take a look at the recommended video above
or check the links in the description box below. Now, if your entire store will have drop shipped
products, you won’t have to worry about adding new items right now. However, it’s wise to play around with the
WooCommerce interface so you understand how the online store works. If you know WooCommerce in and out, jump directly
to the next step or go to any of your desired steps by using the timestamps in the description
box below. Two tabs control the majority of WooCommerce,
with one of them called WooCommerce. Here you can find options for orders, coupons,
reports, settings, status, extensions and more, while the other one is called Products,
which is where you view and add items like products, categories, tags, and attributes. Ezusy automates the entire process of drop
shipping. It’s done by linking to AliExpress and letting
you pull products and product information, regardless of which suppliers provide the
products. AliExpress is a well known online marketplace
with mostly Chinese suppliers. It’s similar to Alibaba, but you still get
close to wholesale pricing without buying in bulk, making it perfect for dropshipping. Now, Go to the Ezusy website then click on
the “Create An Account” button to get started. Select the free plan, which lets you import
up to 150 products and fulfill 50 orders per month. This should be a fine and very good start
for a small business. The next page asks you to create an account. After that, click the Submit and Continue
button. The confirmation page is simple enough, and
Ezusy also sends you a confirmation email. Select the Use Ezusy Now button to proceed. Install the Ezusy Google Chrome extension. This is what imports AliExpress products to
WooCommerce. After you choose the Add To Chrome option
it places the extension in the upper right-hand corner of your browser. Now, go to your Ezusy dashboard and click
on the Settings tab. Here, you paste in your online store’s URL,
then the only thing you need to do is click on the “Connect” button. As long as you’re logged into your WooCommerce
store everything should work fine. Select the “Approve” button. This sends you back to Ezusy where the site
URL shows up along with a new consumer key and consumer secret. WooCommerce ads these keys to the settings
automatically, so you don’t have to do anything in there. Click the Save button to complete the process. Now your online store is connected to Ezusy
and ready to browse AliExpress! The point of Ezusy is to locate reputable
AliExpress suppliers without calling every one of them. In addition, it allows you to pull products
directly from AliExpress so you don’t have to insert your own descriptions, prices, and
images. Start by going to the AliExpress homepage. It all depends on the desired products, but
for this tutorial, I’m pretending like I’m running a gift website. So, I searched for gifts and found a few options
I might want to sell. When you hover over an item with your mouse
cursor, the Ezusy logo shows up next to it. Click on this to add it to your Ezusy product
library. The logo also pops up when you’re viewing
a full AliExpress product page. Keep in mind that sometimes clicking the button
gives you a small confirmation, but I’ve noticed that sometimes the button only flickers,
or do nothing. It works regardless. Go back to the Ezusy dashboard and click on
the AliExpress Imported tab, which is the blue one below the search tab. This reveals all products recently added from
AliExpress. It lets you adjust important settings such
as pricing auto updates and stock auto updates. Feel free to change anything you want. The most important part is the Push To Store
button. Once pressed, it sends all product details
to your online shop, while also connecting it with the supplier for them to send out
the purchased products. Remember that this process might take some
time, so please wait a few seconds before checking it. After you push some products to your store,
go to your WordPress website and locate the product database. This list now shows all items you’ve pushed
from Ezusy. You can see here how the initial product information
is pulled from the AliExpress supplier. Some of it looks great (such as the images,)
but there’s still work to do with the lengthy title and description. After you do all the finishing touches, you
can start promoting and selling those products right away, and once you got sales, you will
make money. You also might be able to find some local,
or non-AliExpress suppliers, that end up being your best providers. However, I still feel the most streamlined
way to drop ship with WordPress is through Ezusy. It automates the majority of the process and
works great for startups that would rather spend time on marketing than contacting dozens
of suppliers. Be sure you subscribe to this channel if you
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