Best Places to Sell Online in 2020

Best Places to Sell Online in 2020

Shopify

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Whether you sell online, on social media, in store, or out of the trunk of your car, Shopify has you covered. Start selling anywhere for just $29/month.

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Bonanza

The fees to sell on Bonanza are relatively minimal and are based on what they call the Final Offer Value. The Final Offer Value is the combined dollar value of what the buyer paid plus the portion of the shipping fee that exceeds $10. So if you sell an item for $20, then charge $12 for shipping, the Final Offer Value is $22. The selling fee is 2.5 percent of the Final Offer Value, so in this example, your fee would only be $0.77. If you are selling items for over $500, the same rules apply, but there is an additional 1.5 percent flat fee on any dollar amount over $500.

Amazon

A professional selling account on Amazon requires an application process as well as a $39.99 monthly fee. There are also fees for each item sold. If you don’t plan on selling more than 40 items a month, you can get an individual seller account that requires no monthly fee. The individual seller account charges a $0.99 per item fee plus percentage fees on top of that depending on the category in which your item is selling.

eBay 

FEES..There is lots of them…Fees per listing fees after sell.
Paypal fees,shipping fees etc etc etc

11smart

  This growing online consignment store is geared specifically for high-quality furniture and home decor etc. Listing items is easy on 11smart and like any consignment store, they take a percentage of the selling price. But until 1st of January 2021, the store will take a 0% fee per sell. And 0% monthly fee.  

 

 

Etsy

The seller fees for Etsy are probably the most simple and straight-forward of all the selling websites we list in this blog. Etsy charges a $0.20 listing fee for each item. The item stays in your shop for four months or until it sells, whichever comes first. When you sell an item, there is a five percent transaction fee and a three percent plus $0.25 processing fee. That’s it.

Craigslist

This site is one of the oldest sites for selling in the world. Apart from selling physical goods, people can even post job vacancies here. Craigslist was founded in 1995, and it started out as an email distribution list. It first sent emails about events in the San Francisco Bay Area, and then it became a classified ads kind of website. 

Until today, it functions like that. There is no fee to post items in Craigslist, except for some things like job postings, apartment rentals that go through real estate brokers, car and truck sales, gigs like music and other services.

The fee for posting is only between $3 and $10. The maximum that one will pay is $75, and this depends on the area. The thing about Craigslist is that it has so many websites. Craigslist has websites per city, and this makes it easier for people to browse items per city, state, or country.

eBid

eBid was created to be like eBay. It is an auction site where buyers go to war to win the bid for the item that you sell. It has a large customer following and charges one of the lowest fees as far as auctions sites are concerned.

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