5 Places to Sell Your Stuff Online
Want to sell an old phone, some old stuff from the attic, or handmade goods? Here are five cool places to sell your stuff online in a hassle-free way.
When it comes to selling online, eBay is the first site that comes to mind. You can list anything there, but listing vintage items will probably work out best. Classical music CDs work well too. I personally know a lady who makes her living selling classical CDs on eBay.
If you love arts and crafts, and if you make hand-made jewelry, bags, toys, pottery, or anything else, Etsy is the marketplace for you. In addition to handmade items, you can sell digital downloads on Etsy as well as vintage and collectible items. Etsy makes it easy to open a shop and it will make your arts and crafts discoverable, which is what you really need.
3. Gumtree or Craigslist
These are the sites to sell pretty much anything. Gumtree works in the UK and Australia, and Craigslist is international, but it’s especially popular in the USA. Use this site to sell anything from an old TV to furniture, gardening tools, old clothes, and everything else.
If you like taking photos, then you could sell them as prints, cards, posters and more on Zazzle. All you need to do is upload your images to the site and create some products. Zazzle will do the rest. You can even create custom products using your images, such as mugs, tote bags, boxes, T-shirts and lots more. I sell my photography and paintings on Zazzle, so you can check out my Zazzle store and see how it work.
I guess you already know that you can sell your old books on Amazon. But you probably didn’t know that you can list pretty much anything there. CDs, DVDs, gadgets and everything else that’s sold on Amazon can be listed by anyone. Amazon is great because it handles the payments and makes the sale secure for both the buyer and the seller. You don’t have to pay any fees until your item sells.
Have you tried selling on any of these sites? Share your experience in the comments!