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Right now, working from home is a must. We’re in the middle of a pandemic, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t create something amazing and start a business on your own. Creating products was once something people did to sell in newspapers and at yard sales. Then, the internet came about and here we are, with businesses popping up all over the place – and rightly so!

Now we’re in a pandemic selling online has become one of the best things that you can do. As your business becomes more popular and you look ahead to things like pallet transport to move your products on a larger scale, your costs are going to change.

In the meantime, there are plenty of ways that you can get your products out there. Learning how to sell the products that you create is going to be the first step that you take in making your business work. So, with this in mind, here are few of the ways you can sell the results of your creativity online.

Make Your Own Store

Did you know that you can create your own online store? It’s a challenging thing to do, but it’s profitable when you do it right – plus it’s so much fun to write the content and feel proud of your site.

Creating your own store needn’t be a huge challenge, not with giants like Shopify and WordPress stores out there for you to do yourself. You can drum up your own traffic to your site, either organically or with paid ads and Google Ads. You have the control, and that’s the beauty of your own store. With your own store, you also have the bonus of not paying commission to anyone, which allows you to keep your profits to yourself.

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Use Shopify

We just talked about using Shopify as one of the giants for selling your products and there’s a very good reason behind that suggestion! Shopify is one of the best out there for selling products and they include a blog, SSL certificate, abandoned shopping cart recovery and more. There’s a monthly fee, but no initial setup so you can get started when you like!

Facebook Marketplace

When you first start out with your products, you may be creating them from home rather than in a factory environment or a production site. If you want a cheap and easy way to sell, use Facebook Marketplace. It’s easy to load your products to it, and you can create a page with a Shop button for people to buy directly from you. You can also share your posts and encourage interaction from users, and your content will be noticed by others, too. This will drive more traffic to your website and your blog, which will only be a good thing!


Did you know that you can sell your products on Amazon? It’s a traffic bonanza as everyone is going to Amazon for their products! You can trust that your customers will get a timely delivery and it’s easy for people to find your business with Amazon. You need to go through an application process and pay a monthly fee, and the downside is the fees on each item sold, too.

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