I have been seeing people asking which is a better online business dropshipping or affiliate marketing, how does drop shipping compare with affiliate marketing? So let’s take a look.
What is dropshipping. According to Wikipedia hthttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drop_shipping, Dropshipping is a supply chain management method in which the retailer does not keep goods in stock but instead transfers its customer’s orders and shipment details to either the manufacturer, another retailer, or a wholesaler, who then ships the goods directly to the customer. As in retail business, the majority of retailers make their profit on the difference between the wholesale and retail price, but some retailers earn an agreed percentage of the sales in commission, paid by the wholesaler to the retailer
Types of dropshipping
There are several types of dropshipping according to Shopify.com
In this post, I will be looking at another survey site Clix Sense or Ysense, as I have mentioned before people use the surveys to make some easy money, unfortunately, taking surveys may be easy but the earnings are in no way, able to supplement your income, you may be able to earn some pocket money.
Click sense wah formed in 2007 by Mr. Steven Grisky and it was sold to Jim Gragoi n May 2010, after the purchase of Clix sense a lot of changes were made.
Affiliate Marketing Dude is an affiliate marketing program which was started by Marcus Cambell abound 2006, He had been in affiliate marketing for some time and had made some good money out of affiliating marketing for himself.
His training focuses on getting people to set up small websites that make money and help you do so. He also provides video tutorial training and you also get access to tools, plug-ins that he uses, niche ideas, live training and more.
He advertises 3 different programs he has the cheapest one he did not state a price is called FPC the fast profit class in this program you get 4 training videos and that’s it.
We Baby Boomers are sometimes not well informed when we are planning our medical care especially when it comes to long-term medical care during our years spent in retirement.
We tend to put our hope and trust in Medicare which provides excellent health insurance. But it is not enough in paying for our medical costs. And doesn’t pay for long-term supports and services at all.
In a study by Fidelity Benefits Consulting, it is noted that a couple turning 65 today will pay an average of $220,000 in out-of-pocket medical costs before they die,