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In order to make a profit with your **dropshipping business**, you need to markup the supplier product price.

Firstly, it is important to mention what is "**Mark-up Price**". **Mark-up** is the difference between a product's selling price and cost as a percentage of the cost. For example, if a product sells for 125$ and costs 100$, the additional price increase is **(125$-100$) / 100$) x 100 = 25%**

There are two different types of markup calculation and you can use any of them:

The first one is **Price Mark-up by Amount **is calculated by adding the amount you wish to the Retails price. For example, if a product costs **$100**, the selling price with a **$20** markup by amount would be **$120.**

The second one is **Percentage Price Mark-up** is commonly calculated as the difference between the wholesale price and retail price. For example, if a product costs $100, the selling price with a** 25%** markup would be **$125**.