A friend recently asked me where is the best place online to sell craft items.
Here is a list of five of them:
Most of these places charge a fee as low as US$0.20 in the case of Etsy to as high as CAN$25 for iCraft. The rest are free for now, taking a slice of your sales as shown in the graphic below.
All you need is a Paypal account (Deer, 2015, September 8) in order to receive payment online for your sales. Jewellery is super popular but so too is wooden handcrafter items; the more unique and natural the material, the more sales you’ll attract.
Rest assured, once you set up shop, you’ll have to promote the hell out of your URL link (Deer, 2014, June 8) in the same manner you’d advertise a Referral link in order to get sales.
So share this link as sharing is caring!
- Null, C. (2015). The 5 Best Online Marketplaces for Selling Handmade Goods. Retrieved from http://www.pcworld.com/article/255698/the_5_best_online_marketplaces_for_selling_handmade_goods.html
- Deer, L. (2014, May 7). How to make money as an EBay Seller online – Everything in Jamaica from Rare Coins to Unique Craft items. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2014/05/how-to-make-money-as-ebay-seller-online.html
- Deer, L. (2014, June 8). How Jamaicans can make Money from Referral Websites. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2015/06/08/jamaicans-money-referral-websites-2/
- Deer, L. (2015, September 8). How Jamaicans can make money online – Setting up a Paypal Account. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/how-jamaicans-can-make-money-online-setting-up-a-paypal-account/