Platforms to Sell On

Getting your products or services in front of potential customers is the key to any business but, in the case of the internet, the days of 'build it and they will come' are long gone. So much has been built and internet users are so spoiled for choice that your future customers have been scattered to the four internet winds. The upside to that though is the plethora of market platforms that have been built where you can list your products or services.

Most people probably already know about eBay, Craigslist and Amazon. But there are other platforms to sell on and if you're not selling on these platforms, or at least investigating them, you're probably leaving money and profits on the table...

Amazon

Whether you're a professional merchant or just an individual you can sell your products on the Amazon platform and reach millions of potential customers. Professional merchants pay a monthly fee and can sell unlimited amounts of product whereas individuals simply pay a 'per product' fee with no monthly charges. For most product categories it's a simple sign-up process and you can either fulfill the orders yourself or have Amazon do it for you...

eBay

Ebay is a global marketplace with a presence in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. They boast over 170 million shoppers across the globe and as a seller you can choose from either a casual seller account (for one-off or low quantity selling) or a professional account if you wish to sell larger quantities of products. The fees for selling on eBay are slightly cheaper than some of their main competitors...


Rakuten
Rakuten, the biggest ecommerce site in Japan has expanded to the USA & nearly 30 other countries. You can sell in each market that your company is based in & reach millions of potential customers......Visit site...

Etsy
Etsy is an e-commerce platform that focuses on handmade, vintage or unique products. For sellers of photography, art, fashion, jewelry, food, beauty products, gifts, toys and much more......Visit site...

Bonanza
An eCommerce marketplace where third-party sellers can sell their products. Branded by enthusiasts as an alternative to eBay, it's free to post products to the site - you only pay when you make a sale...Visit site...

Zibbet
An eCommerce platform focusing on unique, one-of-a-kind products in categories such as hand-made, fine art, Weddings, home ware etc. It's free to set up a 'shop' & monthly plans to suit most sellers.....Visit site...

Walmart
The bricks-and-mortar giant also has an enormous eCommerce branch that allows third-party sellers to sell on their platform. Reach over 100 million potential customers with no setup or monthly fees......Visit site...