Hi there, you could ask help from Product Sourcing companies. They help source the best supplier for your business, negotiate price on your behalf, check quality before shipment and takes care of logistics. Basically, they help you eliminate the hassle of finding suppliers on your own so you could focus on other aspects of your business. I cold recommend one, which you could check through website: warrensourcing.com or send them email through: email@example.com
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You are right; there are plenty more suppliers than those 5 you mentioned.
Is there any particular niche you want dropshipping suppliers for?
If not then here are two lists for a wide range of various niches:
Thanks. I will check these out. My store is www.lord-lion.com. I would like to find some higher quality manufacturers of wood watches for one, but also more options because I would like to possibly open a few more e-commerce stores as well. Not quite sure of niches yet.
Hey Lord Lion, you can try and search for suppliers on SaleHoo. For me it works the best by now and it also has other features such as a product finder(wich is a little gem, it finds really good products that you can sell) personally i haven't sold any products using the software because i have my own label, but i saw the potential and what kind of products it delivers to you, and there are some really good ones. also it displays sales trends analytics and comparing product ideas if you found like 2-3 good products and don't know what to choose. i'll leave you the link here if you want to check it out it's called SaleHOO.
Thank you for your reply, but Salehoo is just another like those I have mentioned. They all sell the same products. It seems like they all use the same list and same suppliers and just compile them together to sell under a different subscription service you have to pay for to get access to. They know how to work the SEO machine to their advantage to get their name mentioned in search results hundreds of times within half as many pages of results. How about search engines only allow website names to come up once, maybe even alphabetize the results so it’s possible to find more than one company selling something without having to scroll to page 2 thousand something to find a unique result? We have a small custom cabinet shop in the town we live in and do very little advertising. Most of it is word of mouth. We get jobs because we do quality work. There is one cabinet shop here that advertises more than anyone else, and guess what? There product is inferior to every other shop here.