Welcome to our Dropshiply 2.0 review, a product brought to you by Devid Farah and Cindy Donovan.
1. What is Dropshipping?
Dropshiply is an automation suite for e-commerce products. You can order a product within seconds and it’s usually cheaper than Amazon or Walmart, and deliveries are usually on time. Dropshiply is the ultimate in online shopping, but it is not for everyone. If you do not need the orders to be fast, reliable, or cheap, this might not be the tool for you.
Some people are comfortable with Amazon and especially Walmart; they know they can get whatever they want delivered to their door. However, there are also some who would like to step out of that comfort zone and have more control over their lives as they buy more stuff. That’s when Dropshiply comes into play:
Dropshiply allows you to order goods from a third-party seller online and have it delivered directly to your home — either directly from someone else or from your own site (as long as you don’t mind giving away all that control). The only thing Dropshiply does itself is offer an easy way to sell goods quickly – so if you want to make extra cash while still having complete control over your life (including the products you buy), this is definitely the right tool for you!
2. What is Woocommerce?
Woocommerce is a different kind of WordPress plugin. It allows you to do dropshipping (which is where the name comes from) and automates the process of entering orders into your store. You can use it to automate your store’s order fulfillment process and get an order on-the-fly, with fewer clicks than if you were doing it manually.
Since I started Woocommerce, I’ve been having a lot of fun playing around with how it works. One of my best discoveries was Dropshiply, which is another drop shipping software that provides an entry point for people looking to start their own drop shipping business from scratch.
It took me a while to figure out how Dropshiply would fit into the Woocommerce ecosystem, but I finally figured out how to do it and now I’m selling Woocommerce as a plugin for my own store (which I also use for my personal site).
You’ll see this type of integration happening more and more as WordPress becomes more mature and companies figure out that dropshipping isn’t just about marketing, it’s about making money too. They will inevitably move away from using WordPress plugins and back to using Woocommerce as their main shop — if not sooner.
And the best, Dropshiply 2.0 allows you to integrate Woocommerce so that you can run a dropshipping store with Wordpress, which is a huge saving of money comparing to Shopify.