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  1. #11
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    You can also try Madeitmyself.com
    There are no listing fees. They only charge 3% for items that you sell.
    It's a great opportunity to expose and show your craft to the world.

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    Agree with Kdaum said , and the pictures of your items you will put on the website should show your products fully, for example: clothes, you should show more pictures, like clothing effect picture, material picture, and picture from different sides.

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    To start a craft business is a good idea, First you should try to search the target market, where people really know the importance of craft products.

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    Selling online is a great way to boost the sales and it is the best platform to make lots of money. I think selling online any type of product is a great idea to attract more visitors and enhance the sales quickly. Etsy is the only place to try, It is very easy to use and set up.

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    Everything is very simple. Choose your domain name, find a good hosting and place your website on it. Fill it with the content you need. Work on search promotion and you are provided with a stream of customers and the development of your business.

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    Honestly, you can try Education Franchises which is quite popular and there are a lot of other options for business. It's really hard to start the business from scratch and a lot of people are using ready franchises.

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    Most people keep to having just 1 store instead of paying to be on multiple marketplaces. However there is a service launching soon called Influx which lets you list your existing products, without being forced to sell with them.

    I've registered my interest as they've not yet launched but the idea is good. I have an Etsy store and want to expand but can't afford to be on other platforms too.

    influxshopping.co.uk


 
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