Consistent Dropshipping Niches That Will Make You Rich Any Season

Hello guys!

Remeber when fidget spinners were the ‘hot stuff’, and everybody was trying to get one? Back then, if you didn’t have a spinner, you might as well be a caveman…

A couple of months later and things have drastically changed.

Fidget spinners are no longer the trend.

Following trends is never easy, but what if you didn’t have to?

Today, we’ll be dealing with the most profitable niches in dropshipping business. Get this…

These niches are not only profitable, but they are guaranteed to remain consistent, which means they are not affected by trends or season. People will always buy products from these niches, so making profit is as sure as the sun rising in the morning.

These niches have been suggested by experts in the field after analyzing and researching product performance over a period of time.

Without further ado, let’s dive into the most consistent and profitable niches in dropshipping.

Niche #1: Art & Crafts

Some have claimed that man’s love for art is as old as the human race itself. Regardless, we are certain that our love for good art is not about to run dry anytime soon. Products in this niche range from decorative items to children craft kits or painting accessories.

Niche #2: Jewelry

 

 

Jewelry is one staple dress accessory that everybody agrees will never go out of fashion. There are different types of jewelry; some of the products in this niche include bracelets, engagement and wedding rings, and fashionable earrings.

Niche #3: Beauty & Health

Products in the beauty and health niche include stuff like antioxidant bags, weight loss products, waist trainers, hair products, makeup, etc.

Niche #4: Necklace & Pendants

This was one of the highest performing dropshipping niches of the year 2017, and that isn’t going to change any time soon. A lot of merchants flock to this niche because products here are relatively cheap.

Niche #5: Home & Garden

This niche consists of products that are mostly found in the home (as decoration) or a small garden. Products here range from decorative plastic pots to synthetic carpet grass.

Niche #6: Women’s Clothing

This is one of the biggest niches in e-commerce, don’t ask me why: p

It ranked as the highest selling niche of 2017, so it is important to keep your eyes on products here.

Women’s clothing includes products like women’s clothes (obviously), dress accessories, lingerie, women’s underwear, headbands, scarfs, gloves, etc. It is a broad niche with a variety of products to choose from.

In conclusion, we would like you to know that the niches discussed here are barely scratching the surface. There are still hidden gems out there, niches that were previously underrated but have started to do very well in 2018. However, it should be noted that the niches discussed today are centered around stability and continuity, so as you pick products from these niches you can be assured of making sales and turning in profits!

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Last Wall Comments

 
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 Cyril says at 22:25 et
Do you recommend to ship all by express if i am just starting?
 
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 Claudia says at 07:39 et
No, it would be too expensive. I suggest that you follow 20-80 rule. 20% by air express to get stuff fast for FBA launch and rest by sea freight (slower but cheaper). When your sales pick up, the sea shipment will arrive to Amazon
 
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 Jonas says at 21:12 et
guys, how do you prevent long term storage fees for things that sell slow?
 
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 Claudia says at 21:12 et
Several options.. Liquidate It, Ship it back to you, Have Amazon Destroy it
go to INVENTORY > INVENTORY PLANNING , then INVENTORY AGE link. You'll see which products are coming up for the 6 month or 12 month long term storage fees. Just make sure nothing stays over 365+ days.
 
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 Lane says at 21:13 et
@Jonas, make sure you get rid of duds that dont sell over 6 months!
 
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 Theo says at 21:17 et
Congratulate me.. First $2000 day today selling on FBA!
 
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 Daniel says at 21:17 et
wow Theo, inspiring stuff. what do you sell??
 
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 rick says at 21:17 et
Dont ask what people say, nobody will tell you, people are afraid that you can copy cat them. Just do your research.
 
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 mya says at 21:18 et
IMPRESSIVE stuff Theo! Keep rocking!
 
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 Ethan says at 23:18 et
Looking for product to sell... Selling mobile accessories is a good idea or not ?
 
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 Midas says at 23:19 et
Bad idea, totally crowded with big sellers with deep pockets, Too easy to copy any product, too much competition also
 
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 Eddy says at 23:40 et
I am getting ready to launch my first product soon, but I am wondering how will I market my product?
 
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 Claudia says at 23:41 et
Please check the video about the launch process, we explained step by step!
 
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 little_tiger says at 23:42 et
Yes, good video... In short stage the launch, run give aways to gain momentum, run PPC , get follow up series installed, start lightning deals. Reach 10 sales per day goal!
 
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 sultan says at 23:43 et
Whats up guys, should i raise product price when doing ppc??
 
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 Evan says at 23:44 et
it's about high conversion rates you get!
 
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 Gus says at 09:45 et
HI ROCKSTARS!!!! SUPER EXCITED! Today is my first $2000 day! I launched 2 months ago. It's spring & Summer product. (not hammock!) I'm very excited to see more!
 
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 Chris says at 09:47 et
Well done gus... the best is yet to come! like in a song!
 
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 Ted says at 09:47 et
Inspiring stuff. Thank you for sharing GUS!!!
 
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Qqq2 says at 09:51 et
May the force be with you !!!
 
Butz says at 13:47 et
Does this work for residents in Australia?
 
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 Claudia says at 13:48 et
of course. You dont need to live in USA to get started.. In fact, I am not even from USA but I sell on Amazon and Shopify just fine! It does not matter where you live, it matters where you SELL.
 
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Sathaporn says at 01:27 et
I just starting to do a dropshipping with Shopify and I'm from Thailand. How can I get customers trust me from USA?
 
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 James says at 01:29 et
Dont say that you are from Thailand on your store. Buy a virtual address in USA, use fiver to proofread the texts (very cheap). See the video about building credibility, it helped me a lot
 
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 K1nggg says at 03:11 et
i agree with james. many of us are not from usa so it's not a problem where you are from!
 
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 Violet says at 03:14 et
Sathaporn, make sure your store looks trustworthy, follow the common steps outlined in the video lesson about building trust.
- virtual address
- phone number in US
- forwarding service (to forward returns)
- hire virtual assistant to proofread your english if you struggle with english. (on fiverr for $5)
- put trust seals
- be clear about delivery time
- provide great tracking and good customer service to keep customers happy
 
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 Andres says at 10:01 et
Hello Im a fresh rookie Im a little confused on the Goal of 45,000.00 .....It reads...."Our goal is to make at least $10 per product per sale and at least make 10 sales per
day from each product, which means from five products, we are going to make
$45,000 at least per month plus your Shopify store profits and, of course, minus the
cost of sales, production, shipping and advertising. Our estimated profit is $45,000
per month. Well you can’t live with that but you would agree it’s a good start "

Is that goal only when you start with Amazon, or still good if you take the Shopify to start with...?
 
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 Mike says at 10:02 et
Welcome Andres. $10 per product per sale and 10 sales is a universal rule of thumb for any ecommerce store. 10-10 rule some people call it. It's same rule no matter if you start shopify or amazon or even better BOTH channels combined.
 
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 Diego says at 10:04 et
I agree, starting both is a way to go, you never know the future and which source will be more profitable for your product or niche! Good luck!
 
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 meni says at 05:04 et
Great tips, thx guys!
 
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wade says at 05:00 et
I know that combating procrastination is an important common theme here – But I think maybe you guys have forgotten how intimidating and overwhelming some of this is. Yesterday for about 6 hours I was really going though some negative emotions – Thinking no way this can work and no one is going to responded to these products I am putting up – What took me out of this funk was 1) the fact that I am starting this business for very little money 2) the realization that doing something I least had a better shot and making it than I had doing NOTHING – Might sound simplistic but that’s the edgy thinking it took for me. I think what maybe the more experienced folks here have disregard is how over whelming it can be when you can latterly chose ANYTHING for you shopify niche and product line – that is awesome and daunting all at the same time….. God I hope I get the White label level soon …LOL One last thought fear of success and fear of failure seem to go hand in hand and feed off of one another…
 
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 adam says at 05:02 et
Wow well said Wade. I went through similar hardships when starting out... What if people don't buy my product? What if it's too late? But then again what do I have to lose? It's not like i am investing 100,000 into this.
 
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 Rob says at 05:03 et
Good Luck Wade! You are on the right track just by giving it a try. 99% of people fail because they never start and give it a chance.
 
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Gad says at 17:43 et
Hello everyone :-) my name is Gadi, and I'm a new member. Glad to meet you all , and looking forward to be part of your community :)
I would like to ask few questions:
First I'm thinking of adding a donation component to my sales. so part of the profit goes to donation. Is it sounds reasonable, regarding the expenses ?
Second - as I said I live in the UK, will it be a mistake to sell only for the UK market in order to save costs of transaction fees, and saving shipping time. I'm not sure that the thinking is correct, but as I said, I'm a newbie.. thanks, gadi
 
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 Chris says at 17:45 et
Welcome Gad! Donation component is a great way to boost your sales but it must be linked to a good cause and make sense, so that your product is somehow linked to a good story that makes sense
 
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 quirkyfox says at 17:45 et
yeah, like Bamboo product for saving trees...
 
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 Mike says at 17:46 et
hi Gad. Regarding UK question you did not explain if you do dropshipping or FBA? Anyways you can start with UK and expand!
 
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Gad says at 08:03 et
Thank you all for your comments
Regarding your question Mike, I thought about
Dropshipping at first
 
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Gad says at 08:03 et
Two more questions please :
Is there AliExpress in UK, so the shipping would be shorter ?
Second - is it possible and profitable to creat one store, and then inside to create few nitches in it ?
 
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 Mike says at 08:05 et
Gad, Aliexpress is a chinese company. They ship internationally but it's always from china. You can watch video on finding local dropshipping suppliers in your niche in UK if you want to go local route.
Regarding the store - again it depends on what you plan to sell. See my video about branding talking about small brand or more general brand to have better idea!
 
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Gad says at 04:58 et
Thanks !
 
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Dimitrios says at 16:12 et
Hello,
I just started in this member's area. I am using AsinInspector for researching Amazon products and I compared its results with Best Seller Finder. I have noticed a huge difference in Estimated Monthly Sales. Best seller finder shows almost three or four times more sales. Can you explain why this is happening?
 
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 Mike says at 16:14 et
We'll check! probably different update time, as asin inspector is usually updating more often!