Probably the first words to jump out is either "Ebay" or "Amazon". Both get a lot of traffic, both expensive. As for me I use Ebay and Blujay Marketplace (free). Does anyone out there have any successful alternatives besides Ebay or Amazon?
There is yardsellr.com, while I have not had any success, it is worth looking at. Some ebay employees started this company You can google bookmark, twitter, and facebook through it. Though the only browser that works consistently is google chrome. It is free, but it has mixed reviews, including mine. People panhandle for "photons" only visiting your yardsale for just that purpose.
There is ebid and the webstore as well. these both are free, and have their set backs as well. At this point though with all the new charges on ebay, I am willing to go through some trial and error sites.
Fidoralounge.com is a good place to ask questions like these, though again they have requirements of posting 15 replies before you can ask a question or post an item for sale.
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by topstuff7 years ago
Do you think shopping everywhere online is reliable,if not which is the one you mostlyprefer for shopping?I think ebay is working good.
by lady rain5 years ago
do you have an eBay Store?
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by Gous Ahmed5 years ago
I am looking for some info on whether anyone knows of any websites or places in UK where i can buy second hand or new goods to sell on? This excludes ebay.I would appreciate it if anyone could help me, thanks.
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