In last week’s podcast episode # 485 which was Part 1 of this series, Jay discussed how to identify simple, profitable products you can sell via ecommerce to make money during the holiday season.
On today’s Black Entrepreneur Blueprint podcast episode # 486, Jay will continue with Part 2 and identify the best platforms to sell your product based on product type.
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Platforms To Sell Your Product On
Your Own – Always have your own website to sell your products on. Use this platform as a hub to sell your products or direct customers to a specific product.
Your Own Landing Pages – Sell from your own landing pages with product-embedded links from Shopify, Amazon, or other platforms. Create links from your social media accounts with a specific call-to-action for one product, not your whole catalog. Some landing page platforms are systeme.io, dropfunnels.COM, and clickfunnels.com
Amazon – Amazon’s “professional seller plan” is $39.99 per month and anywhere around 15% for Amazon FBA. Amazon sellers look for quality and value more so than price. Amazon is best for selling new items unless you are selling used books.
Etsy – Etsy charges a listing fee and a transaction fee for every item you sell on the site. When looking at how much Etsy takes per sale, you’ll find that you pay $0.20 for each item you list, and a 6.5% transaction fee for every sale. Many Etsy buyers are looking for unique handcrafted items that you can’t find in the big box stores.
eBay – On average, eBay takes between 10% and 15.55% of the final selling price in fees. eBay shoppers look for price more than quality. eBay is also a good place to sell used items.
Facebook & Facebook Marketplace – This is best for selling products to a local marketplace including new and used items.
Walmart.com – Referral fees range from 6% to 18% per unit. Walmart shoppers are super price-sensitive and are not looking to overspend.