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  • Selling my creations

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    6 posts, 5 voices, 434 views, started Oct 19, 2008

    Posted on Sunday, October 19, 2008


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      I make jewelry (turquoise & other stones- Native jewelry) & am interested in selling but wondering if anyone knows how to do so online.  I’ve heard of one website but there was a charge per item sold.  Any ideas?//

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          Feathermaye wrote Oct 19, 2008
        • You can check out [Link Removed] , where you can build your own online store, upload pictures, etc.

          Etsy is dedicated to handmade items only; Ecrater shops offer everything from electronics to collectibles to vintage.

          You can also list classifieds for free at [Link Removed] . Those are more targeted to your general area, allowing for ‘pick up’ only transactions, saving shipping expenses for your customer and post office hassles for you.

          You may also want to check here at Fab40.  

          Do you have some pictures of your creations that you could add to your album here, giving us a preview?

          Feathermaye, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.

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          Rena Bennefield wrote Oct 20, 2008
        • **try E-Bay  You can open a store on there..Your sure to be paid and don’t have to worrie about being ripped off..Use pay pal..Me and my boyfriend sell on there all the time...

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