Corey Doane https://solo.co 1m 317
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If you’re a small business owner looking to sell stuff online, you’re in luck. Today, there are a ton of online marketplaces where you can sell your products, whether you sell handmade jewelry, clothing, or refurbished furniture.
Here is a list of sites you can check out and the fees associated with each:
Amazon: $0.99 per item for individual plan, $39.99 per month for professional plan. Plus selling fees on both plans.
Facebook Marketplace: Charges 10% for sales of $9 or more or a flat fee of $0.40 for sales of $8 or less.
Etsy: $0.20 listing fee per item plus 6.5% of each transaction amount.
Poshmark: Flat fee of $2.95 for sales under $15 and 20% taken for items over $15.
Craigslist: No fees.
Ruby Lane: $25 per month that goes toward shop upkeep, plus 9.9% of each sale.
Mercari: 10% of the item’s sales price.
OfferUp: $1.99 or 12.9% of the sales price.
Society 6: 90% of each sale is paid to Society 6, with the exception of art prints.
Deculttr: No fees.
AptDeco: Varies between 19% to 38% depending on the brand and the selling price.
Folksy: £0.15 plus Value Added Tax (VAT) for the basic plan, £7.50 per month for the plus plan, and £75 per year for the plus annual plan.
Handshake: No fees.
eBay: Percentage of the sale dependent on the type of item, plus $0.30.
Big Cartel: Free to $19.99 depending on the tired monthly plan you get.
Chairish: 30% flat fee for the consignor plan (fewer than 10 listings), 20% flat fee for vintage pieces and 30% for new pieces with the professional plan (10 or more listings), and 20% for sales less than $2,500, 12% for sales $2,501-$25,000, 3% for sales greater than $25,000 on the elite plan.
Walmart Marketplace: Fees vary depending on the type of product.
For more information on what you can sell on each platform, check out the visual guide from Solo below.