Finding the best Online selling sites is the most important part of being an Online seller.
The most profitable products in the world won’t keep your business running, if the marketplace has low customer volume, high fees or a poor checkout experience.
No wonder therefore, that we have been seeing a huge increase in the demand for quick and easy Amazon loans.
There is an annual subscription of £99.99 for professional sellers, there is no listing fee, and final value fees are just 3%.
For many people, e Bay is the first and, in the opinion of many, best online selling site that comes to mind.
Although many items are sold by auction, sellers can list their items as ‘run until sold’ auctions, which is essentially the equivalent of the e Bay ‘buy now’ fixed price listing.
Although it has a less professional looking website than many other online selling sites, it has relatively low fees.
Folksy is a similar marketplace to Etsy in that it specializes in handcrafted items, but is one of the lesser known online selling sites.
It has a growing following and currently attracts over 250,000 visitors a month and has around 15,000 sellers.
Our top ten platforms discussed below have great customer volume, excellent checkout procedures and manageable fees.
(Click here for the low-down on e Bay fees) Those contained in the “Bonus” section are less well known, and might present themselves as a new sales channel for you!
There are no listing fees and for normal auctions, there is a commission of between 3% and 6.96% (inc VAT) depending on the value of the sale. As a result, CQout is one of the best online selling sites around, and especially attractive to those looking for an additional revenue stream to their shopping platform of choice.
Up to 25% of Amazon revenues are generated by third parties who sell on the Amazon website, proving that it’s a great way to reach Amazon’s huge customer base and have your products viewed by many thousands of potential customers.
Sellers can list items individually or through a CQout store, offering a payment method called Secure Pay, which is CQout’s in-house escrow system.