Product Sharing

Product Sharing

It's drop shipping .... but you are the fulfiller...

Drop shipping is a retail fulfillment method in which a business doesn't keep the products it sells in stock. When a drop shipping retailer sells a product, it purchases the item directly from a third party (a manufacturer, wholesaler, or another retailer) that ships the product directly to a customer. Drop shipping has allowed fulfillers to grow their businesses exponentially. In the past, to be a drop ship vendor you needed a large warehouse, expensive automation software and a massive volume of orders. But not anymore, thanks to Spiff.

The product sharing add-on, uses your exisiting Spiff products and your existing ecommerce store and provides you the full infrastructure you need to supply drop ship retailers. So now you can act as a drop ship vendor for the cost of this add-on.

If you relate to the statements below, you need product sharing!

1. You have excess capaicty to produce your custom products

2. You're sick of paying for SEO and social traffic where you pay for visitors that don't convert

3. You have distributors who sell your products

4. You want to expand your operations and want to leverage from other merchants site traffic

The product sharing feature allows you to share your products with other merchants whilst simultaneously being able to route orders from third parties stores through the delivery channels set on your Spiff account.

Merchants have leveraged this feature to sell their own customized products on reseller websites that sell multiple brands. In this way, the product sharing feature opens up new sales channels to any merchant.

This feature is perfect for merchants who have products, which they can produce and fulfil at scale but don’t have sufficient website traffic to generate sales. Conversely, the product sharing feature is just as effective for a merchant with website traffic and an optimized website UX/UI but would like to have more customized products featured on their website from different merchants.