How to sell stuff locally online with easyfie simply and easy

sell stuff locally online

I’m going to discuss with you what We need to do to get customers to come into our business

every single day.

Welcome to easyfie  for local marketplaces that I use, every single day 

I also use offer up, letgo, Craigslist, and Facebook marketplace some time. Let’s go ahead and get started.  So open up your camera on your phone. take three photos of the product. 

Some of you might be asking me, hey, boo, I’m trying to sell stuff online like you. Why are you showing me local customers? 

The reason why local customers and local sales are so important to us is that it helps build your brand. When a customer is able to walk through the door and buy something, give you their credit card, give you cash and take your product. You’re able to sell something and cut off all the other costs associated with selling on online marketplaces, like the marketplace fees, shipping and other chaos that could occur when you ship something across the United States. So let’s get back into this. 

So right now I’m on easyfie itself. In easyfie , there’s a marketplace. I know you guys use easyfie for a lot of reasons. But check out the marketplace sometimes there’s a lot of activity. So I’m gonna go ahead and click on sell something items for sale. I’m gonna keep it very simple.

Name: Enter the name of your product here.

Price: Enter the price of your product.

Category: Select the category according to your product here.

Type: If your product is new here, select New or Used otherwise.

Location: Enter your business location here.

Add Affiliate link: If you do affiliate business, you can give affiliate link.

Description: Here is a brief description of your product.

Photo: Here you will upload attractive photos of your product.

I do not know if there is a platform for marketing a product that is simpler than this. This way you can post all your products very easily.

I’m going to go ahead and add photos, which are the three photos.

Don’t forget about your local customers. They want to buy your stuff, but they don’t even know who you are or where you are. So help them out by selling these for local marketplaces.

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