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  • Vahliton's Avatar
    40 posts since Mar '10
    • Any kind soul that's selling / used to sell stuff online willing to give advice and help a complete noob?

       

      Thanks in advance :)

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    FireIce's Avatar
    263,608 posts since Dec '99
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    3 posts since May '14
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    5 posts since May '14
  • Vahliton's Avatar
    40 posts since Mar '10
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  • Vahliton's Avatar
    40 posts since Mar '10
  • oleole's Avatar
    9 posts since Jun '14
    • it would help if you can be more specific in where do you need help. if you need to know where you can sell your items then you can look at qoo10, groupon, forums...etc

      if you need to find out if your items can sell then post some pics and we can share..

      if you need to know where to start then you need to search for the materials yourself.. no will share with you how to start because no one wants competitition... unfortuantely you just have to find yourself. i have a friend now selling chocolates online.. he spend 3 years learning how to find a good idea then finally selling online... and countless nights redoing ideas upon ideas...

  • zzeerroo's Avatar
    12 posts since Jun '14
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    8 posts since Jun '14
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    FireIce's Avatar
    263,608 posts since Dec '99
    • too troublesome to manage own website and payments

      can just leverage on portals like qoo10 

      or just use apps like carousell if it is just a side business

  • oleole's Avatar
    9 posts since Jun '14
    • go read around... if really cannot find then buy guide loh... 

      Edited by FireIce 04 Jul `14, 1:10PM
  • anonymous0's Avatar
    10 posts since Jul '14
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    6 posts since Jul '14
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    8 posts since Jul '14
  • Bryan Designer's Avatar
    9 posts since Dec '13
    • it quite hard, plus need market as well
      if you need help on creating a website , feel free to contact me

  • niseyniseynisey's Avatar
    7 posts since Jul '14
    • Carousell is easy to use, good for beginners to sell personal items.

      Qoo10 is popular, but take note that they'll charge 10% for every sale you make. (i think)

      If you wanna have a website, be prepared to do your own marketing and SEO to attract buyers. 

      Having a facebook page / instagram account works as well. 

  • jellyisnotafruit's Avatar
    10 posts since Jul '14
    • You could probably start small by selling at forums and stuff, then move to a facebook page or your own webpage once you have a decent reputation

  • paper882006's Avatar
    2 posts since May '06
  • Jom.jalanjalanlah's Avatar
    8 posts since Jul '14
    • Open up an fb account, create a page and promote the page. You need to spend a bit, depending on how fast you want people to know your stuff. I did it, after 4 months and a few thousands, I got the sales volume I had targeted. 

      Good thing about FB, it crawls to FB owners. They may not want your product at the time your ad flashed on them but they may "LIKE", share your page to their friends if they find your product or service useful

       Dont expect instant results. Build the customer base and gain their trust. Wish u all the best

       

       

      Edited by FireIce 17 Jul `14, 12:24PM
  • ahpork's Avatar
    376 posts since Feb '09
    • Im selling stuffs online too, now has 1 Sword, 2 Jet flame lighters, 3 pikachius softoys sell.

      gime some advice 

  • Vikram96rathod's Avatar
    2 posts since Jul '14
    • gr8 stuff ......now everyone are shopping online and everyone need quick access to product.ladies are attracted towards it.

    • sling bags and variety of wallet ......thank you for providing online shopping option...!!

       

  • Bayonetta's Avatar
    9 posts since Jul '14
    • Create a website. Or find an existing one that allows you to create your own store.

      Get a supplier for your own merchandise. Manage your budget. Advertise. Get real. Take risks. Start from small.

      If all else fails, get further connections from the veterans. Google stuff & more.

  • Bellahouse168's Avatar
    23 posts since Jul '14
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