Dropshipping question

Vodaa Citaa

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Hey!
I want to ask that for the products I am dropshipping, should I remove the brand names because my customers will search it up and find a cheaper price on aliexpress? The problem is the images shows the name of the brand and there isn't a point renaming the product. Should I just remove the product name and keep branded images? If there is any other please suggest.
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Yes, you should remove the names. As far as the images are concern you can talk to the seller for watermark free images or you can easily crop the watermark in the images... Most have it either at the top or bottom... Cropping them will not have any effect on the visiblity of the product!
 

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Just remove brand name by cropping or editing it. You can also copy images from different sellers who are not using any brand name.
 

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You need to remove them, forget about talking to the sellers, most of them don't make there own pics anyway...
 

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Probably remove them because some times your host will not support this actions, and some people can search it, just make your own logo in!
 

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Probably remove them because some times your host will not support this actions, and some people can search it, just make your own logo in!

What are you talking about, i have never seen a hosting company get in arms because you used product images with a logo, some people just like to make up shit...
 

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Best bet is to move into private labeling your products. That way the brand will match your website marks and you can build and scale on your own terms.
 

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Best bet is to move into private labeling your products. That way the brand will match your website marks and you can build and scale on your own terms.
If he's just starting out with no budget or didn't even tested the product, he can't do that.
If you mean a branded watermark, then try to crop or play with Photoshop.
If you mean brand name on the product itself, then discard these photos or play with Photoshop.
I personally played with Photoshop only with printed brand name with nice results.
 
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