Ninja Seller claims to be the number one platform to start your online store without the fuss. Their claim is, no inventory, no handling and no shipping, which is the same as stating, dropshipping.
They claim to offer a personal dropship business manager by allowing you to add products from Aliexpress into your Shopify or Woocommerce store, then the’ll auto fulfill your orders and all you to manage your store through their dashboard.
In effect it’s the lazy mans way to dropshipping, but very similar to Oberlo and Dropified.
How Ninja Seller Works?
You’ll first signup for your trial account, then integrate their app with your Shopify or Woocommerce store. These are the only two platforms they support currently.
Next you’ll be able to add products from Aliexpress instantly. With one click you can import the title, photos, variants, prices and body description.
You can then edit, update, delete or publish products as you wish. You can also change the retail prices.
The main benefit to Ninja Seller is that you’ll get notified when a product is out of stock and the product will be marked inactive so you’re not selling products you can’t actually buy.
When an order comes in, you can automatically fulfil orders or double check and manually process them.
The Ninja Seller dashboard allows you to monitor everything in one place and provides deeper insights into your sales data compared with the standard Shopify platform.
Ninja Seller Pricing
If you’re a small store then you can process up to 50 orders per month for free. You can have a maximum of 500 products too.
If you’re selling more then it costs $29 for 1000 products and 500 orders per month.
For the serious stores making lots of sales daily, there is a Super Ninja plan which offers unlimited product imports, order fulfilment and allows for unlimited stores (that you own) for only $79 per month.
If you compare Ninja Seller to platforms such as Dropified, it’s much cheaper.
Ninja Seller Review
The platform is simple but effective. It saves hours of time importing products into your store, listing them and keeping track of products that might have sold out.
Smaller stores can get started for free too, which makes this a very handy plugin for Shopify and Woocommerce.
If you’re using a cashback facility for Aliexpress then unfortunately you’d lose that functionality as Ninja Seller uses their own links.
They also have a mobile app for iPhone (no Android yet) that allows you to monitor order details, best selling products and sales history.
It’s a decent, entry level and intermediate application and a cheaper alternative to Dropified. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles though, but it does have a mobile app which looks great and makes tracking your sales and stats easier.
I’d recommend checking Ninja Seller out and seeing if it will work with your business.