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Kem Perera

Kem Perera

1 year ago

I would also add Fruugo and Wowcher.co.uk we see increase sales on those. Any feedback on ‘Wish’ marketplace for US/UK sellers?

Albert

Albert

1 year ago

Great post Alex! On our side, our customers did see a dip in eBay sales this quarter…the marketplace may be on the decline. To supplement your article, we wrote this post on 5 Reasons to Consider eBay Alternatives in 2018. Hopefully your readers will find it useful! https://blog.jazva.com/ebay-alternatives-2018

Shaun Mich

Shaun Mich

1 year ago

I assume you forgot amazon and truegether!! I have experience of both, and I’d go with truegether along with amazon and ebay because it is free!

Louie

Louie

11 months ago

Amazon is fine if you’re selling unique / one-of-a-kind items that Amazon has absolutely no hopes of duplicating. However, if you are selling commercially available merchandise that sells well – even if Amazon doesn’t currently sell it – don’t believe you can sell it on Amazon for long without Amazon noticing your excellent sales. This, I believe, is one of the very few reasons that Amazon allows others to sell on their marketplace at all: so they can look for items that sell well that they don’t currently carry, then sell those products themselves. Once an item starts selling well, Amazon will sell it and will sell it for less than you ever could, thereby pushing you out of the market. It happened to me about three years ago. Before I ever started selling on Amazon I did my homework; there were other marketplace sellers selling the same brands on Amazon that I sold but not too many. Also, Amazon didn’t sell the brands I sold at all. Great! I signed on and started selling on Amazon. Within nine months Amazon was selling the same brands I was selling and for prices ALMOST at my cost – but only the… Read more »

Nonya

Nonya

11 months ago

Agreed. eBay would increase value by supply and demand. Too bad they don’t value their sellers, throwing them under the bus via baaaaaaad news buyers who do not adhere to the final bid price. It bends my brain that eBay doesn’t sway the other way for sellers, without whom their biz wouldn’t exist. Wouldn’t a 5 day seller boycott bring eBay to its knees?? Same with Amazon. A few days of the general populace going about our lives wouldn’t hurt us but would put them on alert.

Nonya

Nonya

11 months ago

Etsy and Amazon aren’t auction sites, they’re marketplaces.
ENORMOUS differences.
An AUCTION SITE will help artists and sellers better understand their off-site worth.

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