No one needs to tell me about the problems with them and now political too.
It's a French Company that resell high end and fashionable brand name clothing, accessories, jewelry, and home goods. They will sell brand new or pre-owned in good condition. The seller takes photos and post description. VC decide to list or not on their website. Seller ship it free when it sells to NY office. It is checked and then shipped to seller.
After a few weeks money is deposited right into your bank account or you can use the money for credit to buy other items on the website. Unfortunately, they refused to let me sell there since I did not have a business licence or the items they preferred on their site.
Perhaps this policy has changed to allow more smaller sellers now. The problem is, when I go to Google to search through images to find my own I click on my photo but It doesn't go to my listing, or if it does it is not there.
Some of the places they turn up are Terapeak I don't belong , Ebay India,independant selling sites selling the same things. If it does go to ebay my photo will say it is no longer available so they show a list of same type items, mine is never on that list either. My sales have been waaaaay down but I have a high rate of visits then no watchers sometimes when buyers have clicked on. Ebay just says to end 3 party support and that might help.
I spend a lot of time and effort for someone else to divert my listings. Sometimes they have my listing either right after I have listed it but once they were using my photos etc before Ebay even had mine up! No one can help with that either so here I am looking to find somewhere else to sell that is a level playing field. I do hope this problem will not follow me because still no idea how to stop it.
If you have any idea why this is happening I would appreciate any help. They also have locked you into a year on subscriptions I am stuck until October this year I'm so sick of them, I have noticed a pattern over the years, besides the crazy changes they keep making. I have a niche market, and the item s constantly sell, then I look up and no sales It is crazy, I am the only seller of some specific items at the price I seriously need to move.
Otherwise let ride if I get sales! I find them very good as I make niche leather goods. Ebay is very bad. Anything similar is very bad also. Ebay has weird policies regarding buyer protection and the seller often get scammed and lose money. It happened to me a few times. They seem to let anyone return any item for any reason and dont protect the sellers much at all.
Jane Adams on 9: Lynne Norris on The TOS on both sites are written so that it makes it impossible to be a dropshipper. You have to be covert in your business.
I dont know why these two are ever listed as dropshipping options. Amazon also doesn't seem to have any person that one can talk to, just voice mails that never seem to get checked. Ebay on the other hand, once you have made a few sales and they have verified you aren't a scammer, gives you your money right away. It's one of the very few pluses to selling on Ebay.
I'm here looking for alternatives to both of them. I'm tired of Feebay and I can't stand how Amazon holds onto the money until they feel like releasing it. Alexandria Barney on Great article - you really know a lot about selling products online, and I think this will be very beneficial for people interested in eCommerce.
I think if someone were to go the route of creating their own website, the best platform to use is AmeriCommerce. They are the leading multi-store platform, and they excel at B2B as well.
I hope this will surely help anyone to accelerate their business. I prefer to sell online instead of having garage sale at my home. On ssd and don't want to loose my income due to selling my personal items and family and friends items.
Any help would be most helpful. Cathy Posten on Which site would be best? Maybe a site not losted here? Once you join you can instantly access and contact all suppliers within our directory. Join here when ready: Rhea Bontol on 6: You can actually promote your products on Facebook - promoting through social media is a must these days. Here's another blog dedicated to getting more engagement on your Facebook posts: While a shop owner, I used Ebay several times to auction off high end items.
But again, I didn't like selling this way because I seldom could get the true and honest value for my items and antiques sales can have a very limited customer base. I have also had a business as a picker for all semi local antique shops.
I really enjoyed doing this and it helped greatly in building my reputation as an antique dealer, appraiser and restorationist! I enjoyed doing that a great deal, but my profit margin was limited greatly and my ability to make purchases was limited to the profits made from the last few sales.
I stopped doing antique business completely when I found out I had cancer and focused on the fight of my life! Now having won that battle and facing massive medical bills, I am back in the business and determined to make it pay off! I was very shocked and happy when I found that I still had a great reputation in the antiques world. I had began posting some of my personal items on Craigslist and on Letgo. I sold them really fast and I got a fair price for all of them!
Then I posted on Craiglist and Letgo, a few items that I had bought at auction and had restored myself. The very next day I was doing some research online and I found that "Chrome" or "Google" had placed my "Craigslist" post on their front page, fourth down from the top under the heading of Antique News!
I was very shocked to say the least! There it was on their front page, they had reposted my Craigslist post to sell an antique, arched top, beveled, leaded glass, mirror! They reprinted the entire post and then they printed out 27 of my reviews from buyers I had done business with on both, Craigslist and Letgo!
I still have no clue as to why, Google Chrome felt that I was News to the world of antiques, but I am very pleased that they do! I guess that I owe my thanks to the fact that I am selling my antiques on both Craigslist and Letgo. I also should mention that I had thought that I would prefer to have my own online store, but I had not yet pursued that route because I thought it would require alot more effort and I did not realize that my talent in restorations was really a marketable thing!
I guess that I should also say, Thank you! Your insight to the best ways to sell goods online, is why I was consider to be News, in the world of antiques. I also owe a, Thank you! Rhea Bontol on 4: We're glad that you're back on track with selling antiques online.
Your resilience and spirit for life is truly an inspiration. If you put much thought and effort into your endeavors, the rewards are surely promising. But I find it more useful than eBay as it allowed me to sell for free. With a basic store, you get free listings a month; with a premium store, you get 1, free listings.
With the premium store, if you go over 1, your listings still cost only 9 cents each. I think it's 25 cents for a basic store - not sure. Amazon charges a much higher commission fee, then adds another 99 cents, making low-priced products cost-prohibitive. Then there's the referral fee on TOP of the commission, and the explanation for that one totally escapes me.
I won't even go into the FBA fees; needless to say, az is cleaning up. Anyway, according to the research, eBay sellers keep an average of 5. And that figure includes the PayPal fee. Yes, you do have to pay for your store on eBay, but having a store enables you to brand yourself, organize your inventory, and easily create an inviting storefront, all things you can't do on Amazon at any price. Despite all of the eBay rules, and I'd never begin to defend them all, selling on eBay still teaches you how to run a business and allows you to work for yourself within the eBay framework.
With Amazon, you're basically working for Amazon, not for yourself. As for eBay not offering services like amazon because eBay itself isn't a seller: First, it's a huge plus not to have to compete with your own venue for sales. Second, eBay offers an extensive app center that provides just about any outside service you could ever need to help you run your business, from accounting to multi-channel integration to page design and image hosting.
Is selling on eBay flawless? Does it have any issues? But what site doesn't? In the final analysis, I find it the easiest - and cheapest - place to sell with significant traffic. It seems like the ones who yell the loudest against eBay are those who weren't very successful, and I get that. Not everyone is going to make a fortune. Is that eBay's fault? But the fact is, we pay fees for the traffic; what we do with that traffic is entirely up to us.
Tradepongo is the place Reply. I just opened a sellers account. It looks promising and the price is right free! Haven't made a sale yet but i am hopefull.
Michael Simcik on No one needs to tell me about the problems with them and now political too. For decades I have wanted to see a niche specific internet site that has people worldwide looking at only for things they are interested in specifically. And this is done without being intimidated, badgered, browbeaten, asked to donate to something I don't care about, or being politically favored or discriminated against.
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