Greetings BHW fam, Off of the advice I read from Darren's thread (amazing btw), I took the jump and created a website (cleanerskins.com) for dropshipping 1. to make money obviously and 2. to test and learn. I'm currently under promotional accounts so the cost was only $1.17 to set up. With that said... I've only had around 10 site visits so far. I've contacted over 50 bloggers, IG accounts, FB, and YouTubers with no response. Patience is key, but what advice would you have after these 3 days have already passed? I've added SEO, studied some other dropshipping advice from digitalproducts, oberlo, shopify, and several threads on this board. Do I need to have more products listed? I have only received 1 response from a skin doctor's blog site who said they will review and respond. Here is one of the email templates I've been using: "Hi Ms. XXX! I've browsed through your Instagram and YouTube and strongly believe that we can provide great value to you and your followers. We specialize in quality skin care products at an affordable rate and would love for you to share in our sales. As an exclusive offer to your audience, we can provide a 25% OFF promotional code specific to your audience. We offer free international shipping and a hassle-free return policy. As an added incentive, for each sale originating from your account, we will pay you $10 USD per sale (through PayPal) and provide bi-weekly updates on the conversions. Partners are paid out on a weekly basis (or at your preference). We are able to track purchases originating from you through the custom promotional code. There is no set time frame to promote our current product and we are always interested in keeping momentum so we look for the best deals and cycle accordingly. This holds you from any risk or liability as you are just referring your audience to us and if you aren't happy or are receiving negative feedback, you are not committed in any way. It is in our best interest to make you and your viewers happy so that we can sustain a worthwhile long-term partnership. Let us greatly add to the income your site is receiving and prove that we are dedicated partners. Thank you so much for your time and consideration! I look forward to hearing from you. Respectfully, Tony Partnerships Cleaner Skins cleanerskins.com" Too wordy? I've just sent these out before providing more details on a f/u email: "Hi XXX, Does your Twitter or YouTube offer promotional posts or partnerships? We'd like to promote on your channels if possible." Thank you for anyone who is willing to take the time to review.