Watch the video, or read the Blog Post below.

YES, you can actually find almost everything and anything on Google, including the most profitable products that you can sell on your own dropshipping store. So if you think about it, there’s not much of a reason why you should back out on product research right from the very beginning, at all!

In this post, I am going to show you how you can find winning products using the power of Google alone.

Alternative Method: Google Cheat

What I am about to show you is a simple method that you can use if you are feeling intimidated or anxious about finding potential products to add to your own store, and in this one, we are going to rely solely on Google (and of course, AliExpress, which is the online marketplace that we are going to use as our source and supply of products). It’s actually a short process; nope, you won’t even miss a bit of it!

Of course, before we take off, you can simply browse through said marketplace to find any nice or product that you might find interesting — just be on the lookout for the following red flags:

  • Few to no customer reviews on the seller;
  • Few to no product reviews;
  • Long response time;
  • Conversational difficulties (either you or the supplier is having a hard time expressing and understanding each other);
  • Overpriced or underpriced products; and more.

But if you want to skip the guessing game and go straight to selling what the pros are offering to their customers, do this:

On AliExpress, type in any product you want (in our case, we’ll do summer-related products, and what better way to celebrate this season than by going out for a nice camping trip?). Sort by Orders to find the most popular products on the platform. So, let’s choose this portable camping seat:

I find that this is a potentially profitable product because of its price and popularity. Besides, the supplier offers free shipping, so that is definitely a plus when you are out on a hunt for products to sell. Upon closer inspection, we found that the supplier had sold this product for more than 1,400 times; there is a good chance that dropshippers are into this product and are advertising it on Facebook.

Scroll down the product page and find an image that you think dropshippers would use on their own stores, then right click on it and select Search Google for Image. Google will then show you some pages that are offering this product on their stores (skip the obvious ones such as Wish and Amazon). Open a few of them and browse through.

So now you know that the specific product that you have chosen is indeed favored by select dropshippers, and is making them money (by going to their stores, you can verify if there really are customers who bought the item by checking the Customer Reviews section; you can’t simply rely on pop-ups and testimonials posted by the store owner).

Is that it? Yep. Are there any more? Oh, yeah. Turns out, this method can not only be used to find a single profitable dropshipping product; you can also use this as a portal to different dropshipping stores and see what else they have in store for their customers and audiences!

Here you can see that there is an actual store solely dedicated to the camping niche (and if it exists, that is a clear sign that your selected niche is indeed worth the efforts). Although we won’t really be adding that camping mat onto our store, we just used it as a portal to get an idea of what other products might do us good. From there, we can also see how these dropshippers are creating and running their ads on Facebook.

One thing to note is that you can go to the store’s Facebook page by scrolling towards the bottom and finding their social media pages. If it isn’t there, just go to Facebook and type in the store name. We have a separate video and post on how you can analyze a store’s ads and see which ones are active and making them money as they make them appear on your news feed.

Start with a broad search term, and from there, Google (and AliExpress) will simplify the product research process for you.

Let’s Wrap It Up!

We have just learned that Google has more than enough capacity to help you with your product research; not only can you find a decent product to add on your store, but you can also find other dropshipping stores within the same niche as the one you are particularly interested in to see what other products they might have on sale.

Another reminder is that if you are looking into a dropshipping store’s Facebook ad, be sure to open the ad in a new tab to view the statistics. You are doing this to see if the product being advertised is only being tested or is already making quite a profit.

If you have any more questions about Google Image Search and AliExpress and outsourcing for products using only these two different platforms, finding and selling winning products, creating the most profitable dropshipping stores, dropshipping in Australia or anything regarding this video, feel free to personally contact me via the Contact Form HERE. You can also leave your comments and feedback below, and our team over at WagePirate will definitely get back to you with a response. For more reviews, news and updates, do not forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel!

Hey! I'm Grant Ambrose,

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