CommentSold’s Dropshipping Program helps you scale your business by helping you offer your shoppers products from nationally recognized brands completely risk-free.
Ready to offer new products delivered straight to your shoppers, without the hassle of warehousing or the risk of upfront purchasing? Take the guesswork out of business growth with CommentSold Dropship.
As a CommentSold shop, you can access the Dropship Catalog straight from your CommentSold dashboard, browse collections, add products to your inventory, order samples, and more.
How do I get started with CommentSold Dropship?
It's easy! Check out our two paths below:
- I want to add products to my inventory so I can sell them to my customers!
I want to purchase samples of dropship products that I add to my inventory and sell to my customers.
- First, you'll need to sign up for CS Payments.
- Next, reach out to our Chat Support team with your Reseller Certificate. This is required to purchase samples.
- Once you've submitted your Reseller Certificate, you can explore our Dropship Catalog and add products to your inventory.
- Publish the product to your mobile app, website, and socials if you plan to feature the products in those locations.
What are the benefits of purchasing samples?
Simply adding dropship products to your catalog is a great way to diversify your product offering. You can add products that are similar to others that have performed well or gauge customer interest by adding a new type of product, such as candles, skincare, and more.
However, we want to highlight a few benefits of ordering samples for those products you add to your catalog:
- Samples let you customize how you market a product. Many shops have a look and feel for their brand that they maintain through product photos, social posts, and more. With samples on hand, you can promote your dropship products in a way that seamlessly fits into your branding guidelines.
- Interact with products during your live. It can be difficult to talk about a dropship product on a live sale without a sample. Having the product on hand allows you to try it on, model it for your customers, describe how it fits and feels, offer close-ups, and answer questions shoppers might have about the product.