Where to sell fashion jewelry online?

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Hi All
I have a stock of gold plated fashion jewelry
Any suggestion where and how I can sell it?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author AadhyaMehra
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    Try on Amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author hrishivardhan
    You can cell it on many eCommerce platforms like amazon, eBay etc. But you need to find useful software that can sell on multi channel and that can do Order, Purchase, Inventory, Shipping management for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author salmanhaider
    Originally Posted by PSISALES View Post

    Hi All
    I have a stock of gold plated fashion jewelry
    Any suggestion where and how I can sell it?

    Thanks
    Etsy is great for selling Jewellery. PM me for Ebook on selling online.
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  • Amazon has a lot of restrictions and requirements in order to be approved to sell jewelry. It's a really profitable and trusted marketplace, so it could be worth the time you'd wait getting approval. Here's some more info about restricted categories on Amazon - Amazon.com Help: Categories and Products Requiring Approval

    In the meantime, maybe check out Etsy? It's a good venue for jewelry (and one of my favorite places to shop, coincidentally).

    Tiana with ecomdash
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  • Profile picture of the author sellonlinee
    Checkout etsy statistics.Handmadeology.com
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  • Profile picture of the author PSISALES
    Thanks guys
    Isn't Etsy for hand made goods only?
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    • Profile picture of the author iam8iam
      You are fine if you designed the items, but you outsourced manufacturing. You will have to ask for an approval if that is the case.


      Depending on a size of your batch, you can try to sell it to a wholesaler or on a Craigslist.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slade556
    I think etsy is your best bet. Also, make sure you create a facebook fan page and use instagram and pinterest a lot! If you do it right, social media will drive tons of traffic your way!
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  • Etsy now allows wholesale products on the marketplace. I'm not too sure about the specifics, but one of their most successful sellers list wholesale goods from Alibaba - How to make a million dollars on Etsy

    Tiana with ecomdash
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  • Profile picture of the author repricerexpress
    Etsy, Amazon, eBay.
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  • Profile picture of the author gcreationz
    I would recommend you to decide the budget and a package to market yourself, Accordingly cater for the right platform.

    Then i would suggest you to research the best market you can cater and the product like your are working most. ( etsy is a good example of this to research)

    Compare your products to your competitors in terms of display, Price, Specifications etc.

    Even many people i have seen doing great business with facebook itself. so all depend on how and what's your pocket for marketing.

    Until you have all above blueprint you will land no where on to road of success but will just end up without nothing.
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  • Profile picture of the author martinmarketing
    amazon and ebay are the most valid ... but I think it's better for jewelry Etsy
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  • Profile picture of the author srp0987
    Seconding/thirding Etsy. That's one of the first places I go when I want jewelry, and the customers you get there may be willing to pay a little more for jewelry than customers on Amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author ShallyLim
    I will recommend you Amazone and Ebay
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    #1 - Etsy (but only if it is handmade by you - they won't accept you, otherwise)
    #2 - Amazon (high fees but they have the largest audience of all and jewelry has crazy markups, so their fees won't hurt you)
    #3 - Ebay (they also have a big audience, but generally cheaper people than Amazon and also people more likely to commit fraud. Ebay wold be best for cheap, costume jewelry).
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