Sell Digital Products on Ebay and Craiglist
Craigslist has come a long way since it started out back in 1995, and continues to thrive today despite competition from sites like Gumtree and eBay.
Craigslist also has an active community who connect in the discussion forums, and anyone can join those communities to discuss like-minded issues and topics.
The number one top benefit of Craigslist, is that it is Free to buy and sell from. Unlike eBay, there is no payment processor like Paypal built in, Craigslist expect you to actually meet your buyer in person for hand over and payment.
There are many other advantages to using Craigslist to buy and sell. As a buyer, you remain anonymous until you decide (if ever) to reveal your details.
Because you dont pay online, you normally agree to meet the buyer in person (usually in a public place if possible) to complete the purchase.
If you are a seller, you dont have to divulge anything about yourself or your contact details until after you have a buyer you are willing to sell to.
For online marketers, business people and product creators, the benefits of Craigslist are huge, but it is tricky building up a large volume of sales due to their no spam policy, and how digital products and website hyperlinks can be viewed as inappropriate for Craigslist.
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