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Website Money Making Ideas – 6 Websites That Will Allow You to Sell Your Items

Updated on February 20, 2014

If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, or you simply want to sell something, then you should learn and look for website money making ideas and turn them to your own advantage. It is now a popular trend that most business owners are going online to promote their products and services. In addition to this, a reputable company will not be enough without a website. Since there are billions of people who now have Internet access, it is imperative that you should tap into this tremendous market size. Moreover, people are now going online for their shopping needs. They will research for the items and will most likely make the purchase online and not having to go to a store to buy that item.

With this information in mind, you need to find websites that will allow you to sell and promote your products. This is exactly what this post is all about. Join us now as we explore the different websites that will serve as your marketplace platform.

1. Ebay

Ebay is popularly the champion of all buy-and-sell platforms in the United States and other countries around the world. You can post your ads and wait for people to contact you. There are two ways to put a price on your product; first is the fixed price and second is you let them bid for the item.


With, you will be able to find the best out there. Thanks to their television ads, has a big number of users. Utilizing the platform comes with a price though and you have to pay for final value fee and listing fee.

3. is relatively new website with a considerable number of people using its services. The good thing about is that their services are basically free. You only need to pay them for visual enhancements of your ads.


Most people have a hard time selling items and even trusting vendors from online stores. Because of this, encourages people to meet face-to-face when doing transactions. This is fundamentally done by promoting localized listings. You can find their listings categorized by cities. Some of these cities are WashingtonDC, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Austin, New York, and Miami.


Because of the many platforms available today, sellers can easily be divided. With Bonanzle, you do not have to worry of not covering other bases since the platform will allow you to import your items from eBay and Craigslist. Bonanzle is said to have the fastest listing process.


Your products will primarily be sold through bidding. will charge you on the sales made. Using the platform can initially be confusing because you have to use separate accounts to bid and to sell. Nevertheless, it is still a great way to sell your stuff.


After reading this post, I am sure that you are now familiar with website ideas to make money. It is great to discover that eBay is not the only option that you can choose. Therefore, you should explore the online world to further increase your chance of monetizing your blog site.


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