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Learn how to create a dropshipping website with alidropship, woocommerce, and the aliexpress plugin! In this video, ill show you how you can start a complete dropshipping business from a-z and also learn how to market it properly once we create it! Below are some of the links you will need to create a dropshipping website with wordpress!
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Timestamps to help you navigate the tutorial :)
Hosting Setup 3:05
Installing Wordpress 7:20
Creating Pages 11:30
Purchase Flatsome 12:10
Using The UX builder 21:00
Using premade sections 24:40
Creating a Menu 31:00
Images For Your Website 36:00
What are plugins 38:00
Creating Products 50:00
Adding Woocommerce fields on menu 56:00
Adding Payment Methods 1:02:00
Setup Shipping Rates 1:08:00
Adding Links 1:14:25
Creating A Contact Page 1:15:20
How To Make Pages Fullwidth 1:16:16
Adding The Alidropship plugin 1:20:20
Importing Products 1:24:00
Using Alidropship 1:28:20
Changing Prices in Bulk 1:47:00
Once You Make a Sale 1:54:00
Sign up for affiliate program 1:55:55
FACEBOOK ADS TUTORIAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WTo2UrNxYk&t=1526s
GOOGLE MERCHANT CENTER TUTORIAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKMdz-56BJo&t=610s
ShoutCart influencers: https://www.darrelwilson.com/shoutcart
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HIRE A CONTENT WRITER: https://www.darrelwilson.com/iwriter
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**Once you complete your website, these are some of the marketing techniques i recommend in order**
1st. Hire an SEO company from freelancer : https://www.darrelwilson.com/freelancer
2nd. Start content writing, this is how you will get your dropshipping website found more. https://www.darrelwilson.com/iwriter
3rd. Create A Facebook Page and Start Advertising, I have a complete tutorial on it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WTo2UrNxYk&t=1526s
4th. Start a google product feed list, this will be able to help you promote your products on google search:
5th. Once you are done creating everything and want to go more in depth with flatsome theme and woocommere, i have a complete tutorial on it here for free: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKBSrdKWb4Y&t=597s
I really hope that this work for you and that you are able to create your complete dropshipping website with wordpress. Its a journey so i know that its going to take a lot of work. Make sure to let me know if i missed anything or if you have any questions please feel free to let me know
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For more tutorials like this or to learn how to make a wordpress website feel free to visit my website at https://www.darrelwilson.com
Your video is great man, am currently following every step. Just one issue, my pages are black and yours are white how do i change that especially my shop page, i can't see anything as its pitch black. Thanks
I started a few days ago while I watched this video, but I have some problems since day 1 with the theme. I think there's a bug in the Flatsome theme. I've had several people now with the same issue where we can't import demos from Flatsome Studio if the demo contains images. It works if it's just text, but if there's a background image for example that has to be fetched, the loading bar gets stuck.
My debug logs say:
PHP Warning: require_once(/wp-content/themes/flatsome/inc/builder/core/server/src/Ajax/WP/Error.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /wp-content/themes/flatsome/inc/builder/core/ux-builder.php on line 34
PHP Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required '/wp-content/themes/flatsome/inc/builder/core/server/src/Ajax/WP/Error.php' (include_path='.:/opt/RZphp72/includes') in /wp-content/themes/flatsome/inc/builder/core/ux-builder.php on line 34
That file (Error.php) doesn't seem to exist. And it's not present in the theme archive either.
PHP 7.2 (same as most people have, but I don't have this issue)
- SSL is set up correct.
- Health Check plugin shows no errors
- I've tested with only the WooCommerce enabled and nothing else
- max_execution_time and memory limits are all fine
I'm hosted on a popular Dutch webhost called STRATO.
POST domain.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php 500
Can I wait to receive the money from a customer before actually buying the product? I know PayPal requires you to send the product before making the money available when you sell on Ebay, so I don't know if it is the same in a personal ecommerce website, I don't know if credit card payments will work the same.
Now honestly, Darrel, you seem to be the only one who's over-impressed with this Flatsome thing.
I'm actually disappointed that you still haven't made a video on how to create a drop shipping using "Elementor Pro" yet instead, which is the best site builder.
I think I am the one of the biggest fan of yours from India.
The way you explained and teach us is really tremendous Darrel.
I know the best content writers ,digital marketer.but unable to utilize them.
I am planning to start a drop shipping portal with wordpress+Alidropship plugin.
But I am in confusion weather to start with shopify or wordpress.
Please suggest .
Any gift coupon for Alidropship and Flatsome theme.
Hey Darrel. I liked your tutorial, easy to understand. Subscribed! I have build my website currently using Shoppe theme. But is causing alot issues. If i changed to Flatsome theme, how would it affect my current product images listed? Pls advise:)
Thank you so much I just started and so very excited and anxious. I used all your codes please pray for us my family is in major debt right now so im hopping this will help my family for the holidays . ill give you another report soon !
I have done dropshipping for a while, Just stopping to say great video and content!!
He is correct about the theme!
I was using ocean wp theme and sales was coming in but we made the switch to flatsome and now sales are non stop!
Works amazing and the integration is fabulous!
keep up the fabulous work!
Hi, delighted to hear you are making lots of money through dropshipping.
Could you let me know what products worked best for you in drop shipping? I'm based in Ireland & just getting into dropshipping. Have experience in selling "normal" product in the past few years. Appreciate if you can help. Thanks. Oliver
So I made the purchase of Siteground and the Flatsome theme for this drop shipping tutorial, Can I use the flatsome theme on my other domain? Or do I have to purchase another copy of the flatsome theme for every domain I have or want to create a website for?
hi Darrel , can do the dropship from malaysia because when i want to register in stripe there no malaysia country in the list, or is there another alternative for payment by card credit?or another plugin with the same function?
+Darrel Wilson Hi Darrel, Is there a way to automate the dropshipping? (e.g.) Is there a plugin that will automatically purchase the item from AliExpress and ship it to your customer. If you have successful store, you could spend all day manually buying products on behalf of your customers. Does my question make sense? Thanks for all your videos. They are the best on youtube. Love em'.
I love this tutorial. I ran into a problem that the supplier I want is on shopify. Is there a plugin I can use to get around it and just pay for a basic shopify account? Or will I be better off fully using shopify?
Thanks Darrel, awesome tutorial, two things though, do i need to a static IP as it says that in my Cpanel under Dedicated IP "A must for accepting online payments through your site, a Dedicated IP address also boosts your website's SEO" Also my https:// is not greem like yours. Cheers Aron
No, you don't need any sort of certificate to import products. Besides, with drop shipping, you're the middle man and don't ever have to handle the product. If you need more info about drop shipping from AliExpress, I recommend that you watch tutorials from Wholesale Ted. They are super informative! They don't take anything away from Darrell's tutorials. Darrell's focus, from what I have gathered, is to teach us the technical side of setting up a website. Wholesale Ted video's are all about drop shipping, with a few about Amazon FBA. I hope that helps!
@Nousssair NG, SIteground is the best hosting. Darrell's affiliate link, in the description , offers a discount. I, personally, use Siteground and I'm also an affiliate, but you should use Darrell's, as any affiliate income that he earns, subsidises the time that it takes for him to produce his amazing tutorials! (no...I"m not a friend, just someone who really appreciates his content and understands and appreciates the value and what it takes for him to put them together for us). Siteground offers free SSL certificates, which is necessary in order to be able to use Stripe for credit cards. (other hosting companies charge for SSL). They also have the best support that I have found. (Go for the 'Grow Big' Plan.) Cheers!
Cheers for this, been searching for "dropshipdesign com llc" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried - Gonrooklyn Dropshipping Fraternity - (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my partner got great success with it.
Enjoyed the tutorial. I am a bit perplexed though. Is there a plug in that takes the customers info and fills out the 'order' for say Aliexpress without the intervention of you? Seems like a lot of work if your site is very active and you are selling lots of items per day. I would like to review the orders and just say 'purchase all' after reviewing the orders for that day.
Hey Robin...I don't think that there is yet, a plugin that automatically fulfills orders to AliExpress. I've looked at all options, and it just hasn't been developed, to my knowledge. I would recommend hiring a VA if your store starts getting really busy. I hope that helps!
Hello, @Darrel Wilson im having trouble with my contact form.
I am testing my contact form to see if i receive any emails when i fill it out from my word press website.
I type in my name, email, and description, but when I check my email, i only receive the code and not the actual message.
This is how the contact form is edited on my wordpress:
TO: [email protected]
FROM: [email protected]
ADDITIONAL: Reply-To: [your-email]
Then when I try to send an email to myself from my site, the code above is all I get. I dont get the actual message I wrote.
How do i fix this?
hey i do sell what u need with stocks domain traffic and life time software where its update everything eg when products not available or price has changed on aliexpress let me know if interested checkout my video
Hi Darrel, great videos. I'm new to this whole website building thing. I uploaded the themeforest file for flatsome into wordpress and it told me my file size exceeded the limit. Do you know any way for me to shrink it down any more? I've looked all over the internet, but I had no luck finding anything helpful. Thanks!
I think you are great and very detailed and compassionate with your knowledge and skills. Thank you for giving from your heart this valuable information to beginners who are looking for real facts and illustrations to follow in order to start there own dropshipping business. Thank you
Hey Darrel, this was GREAT! Thank you! It really makes me want to start a niche product website. One thing that's really been holding me back from going ALL IN on some website ideas is the "business" side of things. Have you created any videos that explain what one must do to officially become an online business, mainly from law and tax perspectives? I realize that all states have different laws, but I'm guessing the the "process" is probably quite similar from state to state. ...and, of course, there is the federal tax part of it all. Can you give any insight into that? Perhaps create a video that takes us through your journey of how you officially established your company, LLC, etc? Thanks for your consideration!
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