I have a NEW product ( real product not e-product) I want to sell online. Where?
Does anyone know of a good place to sell your products? Prefferably a comunnity that will sell them for you for a fee ? Any ideas?
I wrote NOT-E.-products. Real live product.
I am well aware what Clickbank is.
eBay or Commission Junction. Maybe even Amazon.
On eBay you can set a price; you don't have to auction.
I say eBay is your best bet to start off with because you don't have to go hunting for customers. Customers are already there.
Even though eBay fees are a bit of a pain, it's the easiest way to start dealing with customers, communicating, shipping out the products and getting paid.
It's a good way to get a feel of what sells well, what doesn't, what do your customers like or not like, etc. You can do all that up front without having to set up a separate website, without having to look for extra traffic, without having to do a lot of time-consuming marketing.
Once you've gotten the hang of eBay, got a pretty good idea of what price your customers are willing to pay, then you can create your own web store and introduce your customers to it.
Smoother transition that way.
Yes I just posted a hub about Webstore.com it is like ebay and very cheap. Good luck hope it helps.
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