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Different websites are better suited for different types of products
when it comes to selling online. As a seller, you must decide whether
to sell on a large, paid website or a smaller, free classifieds site.
Perhaps you're looking to try out a new buying and selling platform
altogether? Here, we've compiled a list of the most important online
marketplaces with their pros and cons, so you can make an informed
decision about where to sell your items.
It costs to post an ad on Blocket, but you can find just about
anything there. Depending on what you want to sell, it can cost up
to 159 SEK. Ads for different types of vehicles, real estate,
services, and machinery are the most expensive, while the price is
lower for items such as literature, bicycles, and movies. You can
only choose one image for your ad, and if you want to add more, it
will cost extra. It also costs extra if you want to make any changes
to your ad.
Tradera is a well-known brand that inspires confidence. Here, you
can post ads for potential buyers to bid on - offering the
possibility of making more money than expected. You can also choose
to set a fixed price for your ad. It is completely free to register
and advertise on Tradera. They take a commission for each sold item
and charge a fee for each unsold item if you post more than 100 ads
per month. You cannot choose the end time for your ad without
purchasing the "Own End Time" option.
Sell your items easily on Citiboard by taking a picture, writing a
short description, and setting a price - all for free. Citiboard
functions as a mobile flea market, with ads for everything from used
clothes and shoes to furniture and computers. It is completely free to
use Citiboard, with no costs before or after you sell your item. If
you allow the app to access your location, you'll see relevant ads in
your area. Currently, there is no maximum limit on the number of ads
per seller, which can be annoying for those looking for serious ads.
It's also common for several-year-old ads to remain on the platform.
Marketplace is a bit like Blocket, but built into Facebook, and it's
free to post your ads. You can create ads to sell your stuff,
describing them, adding pictures, and setting a price. Just like on
Blocket, no transactions are conducted on Marketplace - you have to
contact the seller and make an agreement. Alternatively, there are
Facebook groups for buying and selling where you can find different
Lokus is a nationwide ad platform with tens of thousands of ads for
buying and selling. When you post an ad on Lokus, you have the option
to also publish it in your local newspaper. If you choose to publish
the ad both on Lokus and in the newspaper, it will reach a broad
audience both online and in print. The ad is searchable on around 80
newspaper websites, and it will be published in the newspaper you have
selected if you have made this choice.
So, you avoid the process of photographing, writing descriptions, and
posting the ad. Here, you get help selling your stuff instead of
selling it yourself. Sellpy takes care of all this for you. Instead,
you order a Sellpy bag and send it back with the items you want to
sell. Sellpy then goes through the items and sorts out what they
consider sellable, takes photos, and posts them on their website. Then
you share the profit. The biggest advantage is that you avoid all the
work. All you need to do is order a bag and send back your items. You
are guaranteed good photos and do not need to send the item to the
buyer yourself. Unlike sites and apps where you get the full profit,
Sellpy takes a portion of what you earn. So, you won't reach the same
high amounts you probably would have made elsewhere. Sellpy also
determines the prices of your items, and if they are valued at less
than fifty kronor, they are not considered sellable.
It is free to buy and sell with Shpock. The app detects your location
and shows ads that have been posted in your area. You can also share
your ads on Facebook and other social media to speed up sales. The app
allows users to leave reviews, block and report, which opens up for
serious sellers and buyers. Additionally, you can chat directly with a
potential buyer or seller within the app. To communicate privately
with a potential buyer, they must first place a bid on your ad, and as
a seller, you must accept the bid. It is therefore not possible to
answer questions about what you are selling in advance. A bid on an ad
is also legally binding, but reviews of the app indicate that there
are cases where buyers back out.
A selection of Sweden's classified ad websites