1. Amazon

You can sell pretty much anything on Amazon, although selling in some specialized categories requires Amazon approval and an upgraded selling plan. Amazon charges several kinds of fees on items sold, depending on what kind of selling plan you have.

2. eBay

EBay lets you auction and sell a wide range of goods. For most items, you pay eBay 10% of the final sale price of the item, which includes shipping costs but not taxes. (You can estimate your item fees with this calculator.) If you post more than 50 items in a month, eBay starts charging you 30 cents per listing over 50, though it may refund the 30 cents if your item sells.

3. Bonanza

Bonanza sells a similar range of products to Amazon and eBay. It charges fees based on the sale price of your item, plus any amount of the shipping cost over $10. So if you sold an item for $20 and shipped it for $13, your fee would be based on a price of $23. Bonanza charges you 3.5% of this price; in our example, you’d pay about 80 cents.

4. eBid

EBid is an eBay competitor out of the United Kingdom. The basic fee at eBid is 3% of the final price of your item, sans shipping costs. You can also upgrade your seller account and eliminate fees on the items you sell; instead, you pay a recurring subscription price, anywhere from weekly to annually.

5. Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Letgo

These websites and apps don’t take a cut of your sales, but you’re responsible for connecting with your buyer, meeting up in person and making the exchange. It’s definitely a different style than the online auctions and sales.

6. Poshmark

Poshmark is an online sales and social network hybrid for men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. Its fee structure is simple: Poshmark charges your buyer $6.49 for shipping, so you just print out a prepaid shipping label, box up your clothing and send it off.

7. Ruby Lane

As you’ll see from the pricing, Ruby Lane is more for serious antique and vintage sellers. If you’re just trying to clean out the closet, the setup and maintenance fees will probably prove too steep.

8. Etsy

If you’re interested in selling your handmade arts and crafts or vintage collectibles, Etsy is where it’s at. You pay 20 cents to list an item and then a 3.5% fee on the sale price of the item, not including shipping. You then have to use Etsy Payments to process your payment, which charges an additional 3% plus 25 cents.

9. Swappa, Glyde, Gazelle

These sites aren’t so much marketplaces as resellers. They give you a quote on your smartphone, laptop or tablet and then ship you a box so you can send it in.

10. Sely

Sely.in it’s a free classified website, they give unlimited free ads and geo-location with google map. And the biggest classified website in India. Other classified websites collect money for more than 3&4 free ads but sely.in allows customers post unlimited free ads. Visit: http://sely.in

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