These are some great sites where you can sell all sorts of things online. Whether you are looking to get rid of those old clothes, baseball cards, books and cd’s or you are looking to market your graphic design skills on greeting cards and t-shirts, this listing gives you a great starting point. There are hundreds of sites out there like these, but here are a few of the
better known ones.
Etsy – Do you paint, build furniture, make crafts? Etsy is one of the most popular and largest marketplaces to sell things you make. You can also sell just about anything vintage. They have great tools, including online storefronts and marketing advice.
CafePress – Upload your own original artwork – graphic designs, paintings, photos and more – and put them on t-shirts, coffee mugs, jewelry, wall art, clothing and so much more and sell them.
Zazzle – Just like Cafepress, Zazzle allows you to upload your own original artwork – graphic designs, paintings, photos and more – and put them on t-shirts, coffee mugs, jewelry, wall art, clothing and so much more and sell them. Check out my Zazzle Store!
Amazon – Sell just about anything on Amazon with the Amazon Marketplace. They list your items to millions of potential customers.
Craigslist – Huge classified site that’s great for selling locally.
Half.com – One of my favorite sites to buy and sell books, cd’s, dvds and blu-rays and other items. They help you price items or you can set your own. Check it out today.
Threadflip – Threadflip is a social marketplace for selling new, unique, and pre-loved fashion.
The RealReal – Sell your high-end used clothes via this online consignment site.
Poshmark– Sell your new, used or vintage clothes online.
Ebay – World’s largest online auction site.
For more information, check out: How to Sell Your Crafts Online: A Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Sales on Etsy and Beyond