eBay might seem like the natural domain to sell, thanks to its huge customer base and status as a household name, but there are many other marketplaces for businesses to choose from – some established, some still growing. Why not see if one of the below better fits your needs before you set up that eBay shop?
OnBuy is a British online marketplace and shopping website, allowing customers to browse a large number of products across hundreds of categories, from thousands of professional sellers.
There are loads of great marketplace sites out there offering great reach and competitive fees. Here, we look at some of the top sites like eBay for selling your unwanted goods.
As one of the biggest online marketplaces with its own set of unfamiliar terminology, selling on eBay can be a daunting prospect for those who consider themselves to be less-digitally savvy – but don’t worry. We’re here to guide you through the basics of selling on eBay for beginners.
lear and friendly returns policies are a must for any online retailer, as they are one of the key factors that influence an online shopper’s decision to purchase in the first place.
Whether you’re new to the scene or an old hand at buying and selling online, the terminology is ever-changing and can be confusing. Beat the competition and deepen your understanding with our handy guide.
Ever wondered how to make your eBay listing title stand out from the crowd? Taking the time to write an attention grabbing headline may be the last thing on your mind, but good item listings are important – they’re your opportunity to inform and excite potential buyers, and give you the best chance of featuring highly when a user searches for a particular item.
Facebook has begun to roll out Marketplace into its mobile app. The tech giant announced the launch on Wednesday 3rd October, describing the feature as “a convenient destination to discover, buy and sell items with people in your community." The move will be seen by many as a bid to move into the local selling territory which is currently dominated by Gumtree.
According to the Delivery Matters report from Royal Mail, women and older shoppers are more likely to abandon their shopping carts than men, while young people tend to browse online before buying in-store.
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