EPROLO Branded Dropshipping has the tools you need to build trust in your brand. If you are just starting out with a dropshipping business then, Eprolo has some good tools you can utilize to give your business every chance for success.
If you have been in business for a while and not seeing the results you hoped for, Maybe Eprolo’s branding tools will help lift a struggling business to one with sustainable profitability.
if you would like a fast and easy way to grow the sales in your business Eprolo just might have the answers you’re looking for.
Best of all it is not going to blow your costs out of the water. So...
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Who is Eprolo and What does it Do?
Eprolo is a business that markets itself as being responsible for ordering fulfillment, product sourcing, quality control, warehousing, packing, and shipping for dropshipping stores across the world.
It has 10 dropship product categories and 107 subcategories.
Their sourcing team is constantly looking for new trending products to meet online demand. Currently, there are over one million products on their wholesale dropship platform. And…
Eprolo’s one big promise is to never charge a membership fee. You only need to use a credit card when paying for customer orders and shipping.
Eprolo has also developed its own Express Shipping Channel, which shortens the average shipping times down to 5-8 days. Sometimes less, depending on where your customer lives. Compared to the usual 7- 21+ currently on offer from other sites. Plus…
All packages are shipped under the name of your online store.
You can do better than that though.
By taking advantage of Eprolo’s optional customized branding tools, and promote your brand further by the use of any of the following tools.
You then begin to make your business more recognizable and memorable for new and existing customers.
- Print On Demand dropshipping products,
- Adding a custom logo
- Sticker, or gift card to your package.
- Create custom private labeled products with no minimum order quantity.
- $30.00 will get you started branding your items.
Unlike the current situation where…
If you have an item sent from some other manufacturer or wholesaler, you are relying on their honesty to send the article blind.
As an example, it is estimated that 70% of “wholesalers” on Aliexpress are not wholesalers but resellers.
There is nothing stopping them from slipping in their own business card when they ship out an item you sold.
It is not only Aliexpress, there are thousands of manufacturers and wholesalers around the world who use dropshipping as a business model.
So although the drop ship business model is relatively easy to get into, the system relies on trust, all the way from sourcing, to the final destination. Your customer.
And then, unless you have personal experience with an item, there is the issue of quality.
The number of times that topic has reared its ugly head over the years is probably not countable.
Eprolo does two things to make sure your customer gets a quality product.
After the product is sourced and delivered to Eprolo’s warehouse, it is checked to see if it meets Eprolo’s standards. If it doesn’t it is not stocked.
Then before the item is shipped out, it is checked again before going into the packaging to be shipped to your customer.
Having trust in a supplier and making sure the customer gets a quality product is a huge issue of trust in this world of electronic business.
Often times that trust is broken.
With warehouses at various locations around the world and special product lines for some countries, such as the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and EU countries.
Once sent, the order tracking number will be available on both your store and your Eprolo dashboard.
Ten years of experience in e-commerce taught the team at Eprolo what systems work, and which ones to do away with. Now the Eprolo-developed business model is designed to raise the bar of the dropshipping business to new levels, and help your business become a dynamic and sustainable profitable online business.
Eprolo is not an app that connects dropshipping suppliers and online stores like Oberlo marketplace, or Sprocket. Instead, it is a lifelong free platform that provides a one-stop-shop solution.
Eprolo integrates with Shopify, Woo Commerce, eBay Dropshipping, and Print on Demand. Plus, if you have multiple stores you can have them all under one Eprolo account.
How does it compare with other Directories?
If you use Woo Commerce then the Eprolo app can be downloaded to provide a lifelong free WooCommerce dropshipping, one-stop-shop plugin that meets your demands, from purchasing, warehousing, supplying, and packaging to shipping.
The Benefits of Using Eprolo
So far we have looked at some of the features and benefits of using Eprolo for downloading products and getting them to your customers as quickly as possible, oftentimes in as little as a couple of days.
Users of Eprolo at Shopify have given it a big tick of Approval.
Below is a quick list of why you should be using Eprolo in your business and have these tools working for you.
- Branding:- An inexpensive method to begin getting your brand recognized. Start with $30 for 10pcs of scotch tape with your own logo or company name. Each roll is 100 meters and will pack around 100 packages. 10pcs = 1000 packages, $0.03 for each package.(Estimated Quantity)
- Quality:- Checked on the way in and before it goes out.
- Fast Shipping:- Depending on where you are shipping can take as little as 3 days
- Free for life:- Once you sign up on the Eprolo website ( it won’t cost you anything), you will have your own dashboard, from where you can import and track sales. You will also be able to download the Chrome extension from your dashboard page.
- Simple to download:- In your store, just go to WordPress plugins, then search for Eprolo and click on install.
- Print on Demand:- One of the most popular ways to get started dropshipping. If you’re a graphic designer or just have a good imagination. Print on Demand is a great way to start an online business.
A Quick Note on Hosting and Themes
I will just steer away from Eprolo for a moment, obviously, not everyone who reads this will not be an experienced E-Comm merchant.
With WooCommerce you will still need to have to host for your webstore. Bluehost has for years been one of the best website hosting services for WordPress (Woo Commerce).
Others include Site Ground which is WooCommerce recommended.
These are 2 of the more popular ones.
There are others and new ones appearing and disappearing all the time about 330,000 of them actually.
Many are owned by the same company.
Some have email hosting which is important but try to keep the bells and whistles to a minimum.
Most E-Commerce sites tend towards “Heavy”, by that I mean they have lots of images and the site can sometimes be slow to load. One thing I have learned, is customers don’t hang around.
Stick to tried and true. Bluehost (although not as prominent these days), and Siteground aren’t on top of the tree by accident.
Most small businesses choose shared hosting because it is the most cost-effective plan.
Way less expensive than dedicated hosting.
So if you are using WooCommerce, choose your hosting provider carefully. Make sure it is reliable and can handle loads of traffic and data. The last thing you want is a slow-loading website.
Themes: There is literally thousands of free themes on WordPress.
Most are reasonable but Woo Commerce is a different animal.
While most free themes have Woo Commerce included in their theme, a Premium theme built for Woo Commerce is preferable to the free themes.
One reason being if you are not tech-savvy you have support you can turn to.
All of the above are some of the reasons many people gravitate to Shopify or other platforms.
If you’re just starting out, you need to be looking at costs.
Probably the last thing you need if you’re just starting out, is recurring costs.
The idea is to be in it for the long game.
2 thoughts on “EPROLO Branded Dropshipping. Building Trust into Your Brand.”
I heard many that are using dropshipping but anytime I did try to dig deeper into it it seemed more trouble than it was worth it. For me it seems more complex than it should but maybe I haven’t seen it from the right perspective. I had never heard of Eprolo specifically but I am willing to look more into it since I read your article. Thanks for the heads up!
Hi, Never heard of Eprolo. I’ve thought about maybe trying dropshipping for all my eBay bits before but never really did anything about it. I did use Amazon before but found they was a bit more trouble than they was worth. You can only use certain postage methods, and the whole process is just a headache in my opinion.
Anyway, I will have to do some extra research I think before I decide if this is for me.