How to Sell Consumer Electronics Online

How to Sell Consumer Electronics Online

How to Sell Consumer Electronics Online Sales Calendar 🙏
Products in this video that you can dropship 👇

LED light letterbox 💡

Digital TV antenna amplifier 📡

Portable USB charger ⚡️

Bluetooth jack 🚘

Mini LED projector 📽

Covert camcorder 📹

Resources mentioned in How to Sell Consumer Electronics Online 💪

Shopify store them Supply 💻

Shopify customer service app Tidio 😊

Shopify FAQ app HelpCenter ❓

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  1. Panagiotis Pagakis on January 18, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    Hello from Greece and was a very informative video:) I need to know if Helpcenter is applicable for use in the Greek Language. I mean is interesting to have it!

  2. Bina Yung on January 18, 2019 at 7:25 pm


  3. Entertainment Hub on January 18, 2019 at 7:27 pm

    Thank you.

  4. Dawn Maureemootoo on January 18, 2019 at 7:37 pm

    Thanks. How reliable is the The suggested price of oberlo, please? It always seems to be the highest price I find online when I do a search myself. How is it set?

  5. Mukul Mishra on January 18, 2019 at 7:37 pm

    Hey Thanks for the video really helps. I need guidance as I have tried various products but didn’t work now I wanna try Niche store. Can you guide me about which niche is safer to start keeping 2019 in mind. Also which theme I should use and how to get my first sale through that niche. Waiting for your reply.

  6. al tar on January 18, 2019 at 7:40 pm

    Nice! Thanks!

  7. Gabriela Silvera on January 18, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    Thanks for the tips!

  8. Balazs Pk on January 18, 2019 at 7:55 pm

    im thinking about making an “e-mall”, like a general store instead of niche. throwing everything at the wall and see what sticks. then run several campaigns and see what converts better. what do you think?

  9. bla bla on January 18, 2019 at 7:57 pm

    Thanks 😁😁🤞

  10. Isaac Dukes on January 18, 2019 at 8:03 pm

    Thanks great information.

  11. Ankit Prasad on January 18, 2019 at 8:06 pm

    *Do you have any idea about when stripe will be started in India ?*

  12. Ricky Hayes on January 18, 2019 at 8:07 pm

    🔥very helpful! looking forward to the next video

  13. Garry Engelbrecht on January 18, 2019 at 8:13 pm

    I’m working on dropshipping cheap drones as impulse items.
    Unique Selling Proposition = "IAM THE DRONE HUNTER – self-proclaimed tech shopaholic that likes anything electronic especially if it flies.
    The Best for Less – with emphasis on the first-time drone buyer".
    There are concerns:

    1. It has been said that lean ecommerce dropshipping startups fare best with goods taylored for impulse buyers. I’m inclined to agree. The data I’ve been able to glean so far, says we should start to see impulse drone purchases around the $60 to $40 price point. Now as a tech shopaholic I claim license to drift afield in the search of the true impulse items costing $5 or less shipped to customer’s destination. Since drones and photography go together so well in the present day I expect no shortage of items I could sell for $9.99 or simply $9. Would you agree? Please, your comments would be appreciated.

    2. As price drops the rate of “Dead-On-Arrival products” increases producing more unhappy customers which generate disputes.
    Ideally customer would request and be sent an RMA package, DOA goods would be returned as per package instructions and product would be replaced, refund issued (unless a "no returns" policy prohibits that), or customer would be spanked for breaking product and claiming it as warranty. I can’t picture this working with NOT providing replacement for defective merchandise, so how is the return of the faulty product best handled?
    A. Customer returns faulty product to me in Canada, I dropship a replacement and try for credit with the faulty product.
    B. Customer returns faulty product to AliExpress supplier in China, supplier notifies me.
    C. Customer provides photos and videos as proof of defect and disposes of faulty product as they see fit.
    D. Trust customer’s word without questioning it and replace product.

    3. Now "2D" is very tempting because of the savings in CUSTOMER WAIT TIMES AND MONEY realized in not shipping product back and forth possibly across the Pacific Ocean. It would generate quite a competitive edge if one can afford it but at the get-go probably in-advisable or is it?
    Let’s see . . .

    Looking at reviews of various sellers of the drone types I would want to sell I get around 15% of all orders to be unhappy customers
    expressing varying degrees of dis-satisfaction with their purchases. . .

    Say we sell 100 at $100 freight included with product cost of $50
    Gross Sales $10,000
    Product Cost $5,000
    Product Replacement Cost $750 15 of these Sales need product ordered twice to replace faulty units
    Net Profit $4,250
    Plus whatever sort kind of compensation of this $750 I might get from typical suppliers.

    4. I guess in a way I’m looking for some semblance of a "Generally Accepted Best Practice Guide", something like Google’s "Web Master Guide" for those wanting to get their SEO on.

    5. Aaaaaaaand finally – what are your recommendations for dealing with analysis paralysis? This just might be my biggest problem.

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