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    Best place to sell supplies

    Hi, everyone!
    Years ago I was really into making jewelry. Don't get me wrong, now I like to make too but I'm not selling it anymore that much. I;m finishing my bachelor Fashion Design degree and my shop is all about fashion accessories. I have tons of beads and other stuff that I'm not using and I preffer to buy more and more fabric and have the place for it (I'm kind of an addict) So my question is where do you think is best to sell these craft supplies fast?

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    Etsy.com and Ebay.com are a great way to go.
    One thing I like to do is post a bunch of things for sale and then drive a lot of traffic to my ebay/etsy profile page via craigs list or facebook links. Even forums and blogs!

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    Best bet might be Ebay. more exposure and less regulations. On Etsy I recall it needs to be handmade in order to sell on the site.

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    I think it should be etsy..

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    Etsy, Ebay, Amazon, and the like. Anywhere that you can set up a shop and don't need to pay outright but only if you make sales.

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    It should be etsy..

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    It doesn't matter if it's Ebay or Etsy, you can sell it also through Facebook! Your primary market is the little ones (grade school kids) who are still into crafts, so if you have a cousin or little sister, it would help if you ask them to "market" it also to their circle of friends!

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    Create your own website and sell there. But first find a reliable webhosting provider (I prefer Zomro.net for reasonable prices and 24/7support), work under SEO optimization and as a result you will get an excellent result

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    I wanted to tell you that I also was engaged in selling different goods, I was looking for platforms, I opened an online store, but it did not bring the desired income. Recently my friends advised me to earn money on sports, make predictions and earn https://777score.ke, , that this is unrealistic to make, but I was wrong. Now I earn without leaving home.

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    I think it is concerning,


 
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