Etsy - Ebay Alternative

10:23 PM Posted by Site Editor

If you haven't taken the time to explore this interesting shopping hub then pop on over immediately to see a great mix of hand crafted goods for all likes and tastes. At Etsy you can search by color with a color-picker, or by geographic area with a map. Buy, sell or just explore.
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3 comments:

  1. Sue Z said...

    Has anyone used Etsy? It seems like a neat service but I wonder if people are having success selling jewelry.

  2. Frank said...

    Hi, If your looking for an alternative to ebay, ItchyPig limited run its own auction site www.itchypig.co.uk. Im a co-director, we have just been backed by Northampton university. Theres no final value fees and no listing fees. we make all our money from selling advertising space on the site. And check out our charities page. You will see that just by using the site you are helping charities. We actually pay our users, if you have a myspace,facebook,bebo or even your own website, we will actually pay you just to have our link on your site (£1 for every verified sign up that comes from your unique link) Check out the website at www.itchypig.co.uk.

    Cheers for reading. Frank.

  3. Arun said...

    A highly recommended site is elfingo.com for online auctions. They are the new ebay. Many smaller sites like this offer buyers far better deals than ebay ever could. Buyser also save a ton because this site charges little or nothing depending on the day. One more reaso I like elfingo.com is because they don't take a part of the sale at all. No commissions or final value fees. A+++ http://www.elfingo.com