4. Search on Google
While it may seem obvious, you’ll be surprised as to how many people use Google in the wrong way, particular for finding dropshipping suppliers. As the largest search engine on the planet, Google is still one of the most effective tools for finding any type of company or organisation, but only when used correctly.
Instead of searching for generic keywords which are likely to return a bunch of irrelevant results, try searching for specific terms using descriptive and relevant keywords. For example, instead of searching for ‘uk dropshippers‘ use more specific terms such as ‘womens clothing dropshippers uk‘ or ‘fashion jewelry dropshippers usa‘ and so forth. Venture beyond the first page and don’t be afraid to really dive into the results, the most useful websites are not always displayed first.
Granted, finding a suitable supplier using Google takes time, but it’s worth the extra effort. Many smaller dropship companies don’t bother with getting listed in a directory, or lack a large enough marketing budget to advertise effectively. Therefore, the only way to find such suppliers is by manually hunting them down. The companies which are harder to find tend to have much less competition, giving you a bigger opportunity to earn healthy profits, and build a sustainable business.