February, 2017

Donald Trump is Forecasting Higher Incomes in 2017 for the Middle Class

The business world is expected to flourish in 2017 and Entrepreneur’s will benefit most due to the easing of government regulation under the presidency of Donald Trump and his cabinet, according to business experts. It sounds GOOD! If only every word spoke by a government official were truth our country would be an utopia for all. Instead lets stick to what’s actually within our grasp. So if you are looking to raise your income in 2017 why not explore the world of print wholesaling with “Blind Shipping” as viable option for a small business start-up for the middle class.

Is blind shipping the path to overnight eCommerce success? Of course not! As with any successful online store, you’ll need to invest over time in a high quality website, effective marketing, and customer service.

But blind shipping does provide an easy way to get started and the ability to leverage other people’s capital without having to invest thousands of your own capital. When managed correctly, it can form the foundation of your own successful online business.

Today we will focus on blind shipping in the wholesale print trade. If you’re an out of work sales person, graphic designer or someone thinking about starting their own business, whether full or part-time, the wholesale print trade might just be for you.

Wholesale Printing with Blind Shipping

Since many wholesale print companies now provide blind shipping for their customers it can be a relatively easy business to start without having to invest in equipment, staff or delivery equipment, while appearing that you have.

Firstly, you are going to need to do your research about print wholesaling. Try using Google Maps, Yelp or other sites that provide wholesale print company ratings.

Also, in order to take advantage of free delivery with blind shipping you must make sure they are centrally located to you and your customers.

However, before committing to any print wholesaler, its best to create a few test accounts with at least 3 of the top print wholesalers in the industry and try some dry runs.

The point is to test the service, print quality and on-time shipping before you commit. It’s highly advisable to do your due diligence before committing rather than regretting your decision later.

Additionally, talk to their customer support team, get references and contact clients who have used their service on a reoccurring basis to gage what their customer experience has been like.

Do business with those who accept credit cards and let the bank handle your accounting, budgeting and profit & loss statements.

Finally, in the printing industry blind shipping is a important component to the path towards automation, moreover the key goal is to have every order run as seamless as possible where you can focus on business relationships & sales rather than production & delivery.

By Fred Smith for Zoo Printing