NextSmartShip Launched Their Free Storage Special Offer As the Alternative to Dropshipping When Most Ad Platforms Disable Dropshipping Users' Ad Accounts

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Some advertisement platforms have been disabling ad accounts of companies using the dropshipping model for years, in an effort to enhance the online experience of social media users. The latest wave of ad shutdowns happened in September. It has forced e-commerce merchants to seek an alternative solution to the dropshipping model. In response, NextSmartShip, the order fulfillment company with multiple world-wide fulfillment centers, launched their "Free Storage Special" and a series of other offers to further reduce global eCommerce business owners' logistics costs. Ads Are Banned Because of Dropshipping
Dropshipping is a popular e-commerce business model that entails medium risks. Small companies embrace this model as it requires very little investment. Entrepreneurs also don't have to worry about storage or fulfillment. They only have to think about their organic and paid advertising efforts. However, there are disadvantages to using the dropshipping method.Since some e-commerce business owners keep mum about these ad account shutdowns, no one knows for sure what triggers them to disable dropshipping accounts. Many assume that it's to enhance the user experience. However, it could also be caused by the merchants' failure to adhere to ad platform's Ad Policies or Terms of Use.Apart from ads being banned, the dropshipping method hasn't been a profitable model for a number of small e-commerce merchants, especially startups and e-commerce brand owners. Research shows that nearly 90% of businesses that do dropshipping fail within their first 120 days, giving up due to frustration. There are many causes of dropshipping failures, including refunds, wrong niche selection, terrible customer support, or excessive spending on paid marketing.
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