What are the best resources for selling my products?

asked by Hannah Mbugua
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    Etsy is a peer-to-peer e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and supplies, as well as unique factory-manufactured items. It helps local sellers to make money by getting them in touch with millions of online buyers.


    Ai Jin
    Written on October 25, 2017
    "I work in a second-hand store and this site has helped me get new products. I have had no problems."
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    eBay is an online marketplace where users can connect to buy and sell electronics, cars, fashion apparel, collectibles, vinyl, sporting goods, digital cameras, baby items, coupons, and practically everything else under the sun.



    Brittany Ford
    Written on October 24, 2017
    "I used to just watch shows like Storage Wars but now I bid on lockers myself. I was looking for a place where I could sell all of my finds. I have such a wide variety of items its great to have a place where I can sell in multiple categories. The fees seem pretty fair as well. My only real issue is that there is so much on there that sometimes your listings can get overlooked. Still though as long as you work on trying to get yourself noticed then you should do fine on eBay. Its old but a classic"
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    Amazon is an online retail company considered to be one of the largest in the world. It was created for users looking to find electronics, computers, software, apparel and accessories, books, music, DVDs, tools and hardware, and much more.


    Ankita Sengupta
    Written on October 24, 2017
    "I have an online business selling jewelry on Etsy, but recently I've been wanting to expand my business. I opened a shop on Amazon and it's already selling pretty well! There's so much more exposure than Etsy."
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    Carousell is a free app for buying and selling locally, available for iOS and Android devices. Just snap a photo of the item you want to sell and chat with potential sellers. Buyers can browse items by category and location.

    Android, iOS


    Kathleen Young
    Written on October 25, 2017
    "Really not my cup o tea. I prefer another app to this one, but maybe one day I can see myself sticking with this. Needs some work done and also needs to have its own idea. Should add different features and make itself different from other buying and selling apps. Just a suggestion of course."
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    Letgo is a fast-growing mobile marketplace to buy and sell locally. Quickly sell things you list on Letgo and find deals nearby like electronics, games, clothes, cars, furniture, décor and many more. Users can also chat with others locally.


    Web, Android, iOS

    Joyce Johnston
    Written on October 23, 2017
    "I really like using Letgo so far to sell items. It seems like a pretty straightforward and user-friendly site, and I think I like it better than I like eBay. The main question that remains to be seen is if it will attract a large enough user base of customers."
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    Artfire is an online marketplace, craft, artist, and maker community where people come together to buy and sell jewelry, wedding apparel, clothing, accessories, children's handmade toys and apparel, home décor, art, crafts, and more.


    Johnny Flores
    Written on October 31, 2017
    "Artfire is a great community to sell and buy products. I have purchased several craft items for my home, items such as handcrafted rugs and pillows. I have also managed to sell glass meeples that I craft a home. The selling process is easy and fun to do."
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    Tradesy is a website where users can buy and sell new and used fashion and clothing items. It has different item categories such as clothing, bags, shoes, accessories, and designers to help users decide on purchases.



    Miguel Ángel Carbajal
    Written on January 22, 2018
    "Man, I've seen a lot of competition in this space lately. Fraud on either side of the transaction is always a big problem to be handled. I don't see this site as one of the best, just one of the latest. There are other sites that have done this a lot longer, charge less, and have more experience and infrastructure for dealing with fraud."
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    Offerup is a free app used for selling items locally in the U.S. and is available for iOS and Android devices. It is also an alternative to Letgo, eBay or Craigslist. Users can message each other to arrange a sale and meet up in person.


    Web, Android, iOS

    Juan Young
    Written on January 13, 2018
    "Fun simple way to connect with real people to sell your stuff. With over 500,000 downloads you are sure to find someone interested in what you have to sell. Pretty neat way of checking out other peoples products at great prices. "
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    Redbubble is a print-on-demand marketplace for artists to sell their creations. With Redbubble you can open a shop for free. Just upload your art and designs, Redbubble handles all the printing and shipping. You'll be able to find designs of every kind: political, minimal design, artistic, funny, and more.



    Rebecca Carter
    Written on January 14, 2018
    "Some of the designs are cute,b ut a lot of them are just boring. I thing 30.00 is too much to pay foe a t-shirt."
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    Classifieds is an app where you can post ads for pretty much anything you can think of. It's free for posting regular ads, and you only have to pay if you want your ad to be featured. 



    Free- With in-app purchases

    Frank Cook
    Written on December 12, 2017
    "Classifieds is a good app for selling your products. I have used it several times now, and always been happy with the outcome. It has an intuitive interface and easy to use features. The only downsides are that errors occur regularly, and you cannot change your location setting easily."
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    Poshmark is an app for shopping for clothes where you can buy clothes from other users and, also, sell them what you don't use. There are items for women, men, and kids. 


    Web, iOS, Android


    Deborah Snyder
    Written on October 26, 2017
    "It's a nice enough app but it feels like there are less people buying and selling compared to apps like letgo. Took a very long time to sell some old (but still really nice) dresses. Looking for an app that's more popular and where I can sell my stuff faster."
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    #12Account Warehouse

    Account Warehouse
    Account Warehouse is a free marketplace for gamers that allows them to sell assets, accounts, and trade for a wide range of games including Clash of Clans. Easy to use and to get in touch with sellers and buyers.


    Eugene Crawford
    Written on November 11, 2017
    "So if you like to take shortcuts on your games and want to get a say profile on Clash of Clans that is fully developed then this is the service for you."
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    #13Online Auction

    Online Auction
    Online Auction is an online auction marketplace focused on its community where buyers can easily connect with sellers through an open platform. The site offers a flat fee of $8.00 per month so that sellers can keep every penny of the final value.


    Bryan Ellis
    Written on November 4, 2017
    "I have a small business selling metal art that I make on the side. I would love to sell it and make a profit from it buy I have a hard time finding a market to sell my products. After some digging, I found Online Auction, an online marketplace, where I can promote and sell my art. I really love the results I've gotten from using the site so far. I am able to connect to many potential buyers and I love the site offers a small flat fee each month. "


Best What are the best resources for selling my products
1EtsyWebsites 13 Free
2eBayWebsites 11 Free
3AmazonWebsites 10 Free
4CarousellApps 9 Free
5LetgoApps 7 Free
6ArtfireWebsites 6 Paid
7TradesyWebsites 4 Free
8OfferupApps 3 Free
9RedbubbleWebsites 3 Free
10ClassifiedsApps 1 Free

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