I believe that dropshipping is a retail approach where the seller does not keep the goods he sells in the warehouse, but rather uses a network of wholesalers or manufacturers to deliver the order from the place of origin directly to the customer. It requires a deep understanding of supply chain management and is anything but a cheap and easy way to make money. One wrong step can return countless orders in a few days, if not a week. This has become a serious problem for many novice dropshippers, who are tempted by the promise of running a profitable retail business without having to have the physical space to store their products. You need to sweat a little to earn a fortune (well, unless you inherit it), and dropshipping is no exception.