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Hi! I recently started doing the same thing. I’m selling via bonanza, it’s really cheap and gives you access to a great online community of sellers. I found it better than ebay because you can updated your postings. Etsy isn’t a good option unless you make all the goods yourself. Hope that helps!posted almost 3 years ago
@chrisbennett wait can you walk me threw this, what exactly do you mean beacuse yes i do have a face book, do you link your facebook to this site your talking about?posted almost 3 years ago
I think you get what you pay for. I started out on a cheaper site, and switched to volusion because their photos can zoom bigger as you go over them with the mouse. Take a look at my site. it started at 25 bucks a month, and now, because I have over 1000 items it went up in price, but they have awesome technical support 24/7 and they helped do the whole link to my facebook store too. my site is www.ShopICL.com and there is a link on each page to volusion. Good luck.posted almost 3 years ago
@BLUEVIOLET725 THANKS SO MUCH I WILL BE CHECKING IT OUT AND I’LL LET YOU KNOW.posted almost 3 years ago
Hi! You can try etsy, shopenvy, or big cartel! why don’t you try selling on chictopia?posted over 2 years ago
try using amazon or ebay both very cheap. start a website and advertise on craigslist.. takes a lot.. I dont think it costs that much to advertise on google either..posted over 2 years ago
Facebook! Create a Page and promote it to your friends. If you want people to promote it, propose a contest or giveaway where the contestants need to share your page/photo on their facebook account! (:posted over 2 years ago
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You should really try instagram, I have some of my customer most of all from instagram, tru to advertise your online store on instagram :) it really help me!posted about 2 years ago
I use an online store through a company called Store Envy. It’s completely free and you can sell almost anything. I really like the layout, it’s easy to use, and you can connect your facebook page to it. There are upgrades you can buy also, and they are pretty cheap. But the free version is awesome too. :)posted about 2 years ago
I know its been mentioned a lot, but i would totally go with a facebook page because it helps to expand your product or whatever your selling. Best wishes in your success. =))posted almost 2 years ago