many people use carousell, gumtree, amazon ...
why don't you try selling stuff in this forum ?
thanks for sharing
i still think carousell is the best platform...
Yup Carousell is a good platform to start and test water but after a while when your sales starts to pick up, you may want to transition into your own platform
but i'm selling printing service on t-shirt, Carousell don't have that option
i agree carousell is a good place to start, you get to experience all types of buyers there ie lowballers, no show buyers, fuss free buyers, question galore buyers
Anyway it would really be helpful if somebody posted their experience with Craiglist or Gumtree or Q00100 here like how long item was sold, how easy was the item sold etc
Also I am interested if anyone here is registered in Lazada or portals wherein you have to register as a business.
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it takes time to learn how to sell on qoo10 but the experience is worth it.
qoo10 has a huge market platform for newbies to learn
no qoo10 seller here? really ah?
for carousell, will need patience to wait for sales as usually there'll be more enquiries then sales.
u mean more stupid questions and dead buyers
If you are selling personal things than you can try Qoo10 or Carousel. But the stuff really don't move very fast in my opinion. If you have a big range of products, then you can consider Lazada.sg. These online shopping sites require your business to be registered.
Hi anyone selling swiss army knife or bicycle decks like white arcane?
I think qoo10 is a great site for both buying and selling.
I make and sell online courses. I teach bookkeeping, excel and instructional design, I have been doing it since 2010 and its somthing I really enjoy. I would call my self an eduprenure
Anyone interested in buying wholesale lady fashion wear , jeans ... Made in Indonesia?
My family n friends are manufacturers.
U can deal direct
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