The complete breakdown of ecommerce platforms
for drop shipping
for drop shipping
To kick off your online store, first you need to choose which ecommerce platform to use. With a wealth of options available, it can be difficult to navigate the waters of all of the different features available. We've broken down everything you need to know to make an educated decision and end up with a platform that works best for you.
What you have to know about each platform
Integration with Inktale
Become part of an online marketplace without the hassle of maintaining your own store
Inktale is an online marketplace that allows artists to sell their designs on print products as easily as possible — it takes just a few clicks to become a seller.
There are no upfront or subscription fees, and Inktale handles the printing, shipping, and customer support for you. Inktale has partnered up with Printful to print and ship all orders.
The ShipStation integration
Integrate with platforms like Squarespace, PrestaShop, Walmart, Amazon and more.
ShipStation functions as a 3rd party app that lets us connect with platforms that otherwise can’t be integrated with Printful.
You connect your store to Shipstation, then connect Shipstation to your Printful account. Shipstation is a platform that collects all of your orders and can keep track of them until they’re shipped. They integrate with many other platforms to make online sales easier.
You can still use Printful even if you don't want to use the above platforms that have ready-made integrations. You have options:
You can manually enter orders to be fulfilled, allowing you to continue using platforms like PrestaShop.
If you have a developer on hand, you can have them hook up your store with Printful via API. Here's all the info you'll need.