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Omigod, Dibs!

Selling on Omigod, Dibs! (OmigodDibs.com)

  • $14 a month seller's fee
  • You keep 100% of the sells, including taxes of your own products
  • No transaction fees
  • No other fees of any kind, just your $14 a month seller's fee
  • No cost to publish product listing
  • Unlimited product listing
  • Listing lasts as long as you have products in stock
  • We do all the work: listings, promoting on our social media platforms, networking with others about your products, and help with selling your products
  • We help promote your products across our social media platforms and other areas we promote, and advertise Omigod, Dibs!
  • No product promotion fees
  • All you have to do is continue doing what you normally do to sell your products on your end (advertising, marketing, promotional, etc.), we help by working to sell your products on our end, and you wait to receive payments from sells we help make for you. You just take care of order fulfillment and shipment of your products we sell for you.
  • Secure transactions
  • Seller protection

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    eCommerce website

    Selling on your own eCommerce website

    The following is a breakdown of eCommerce website pricing based on average costs for a small business as per data from OuterboxDesign.com:

    • Design costs: $5000
    • Programming: $2000
    • Integrations: $500
    • Data Imports: $0
    • Hosting (annual): $500
    • SEO (annual): $12000
    • Average eCommerce Website Cost (Annual): $20000

    The cost of selling products on your own website could be significantly lower, depending on your technical expertise, background, time and effort put in your own online store, etc.

     

    Brick and Mortar Store

    Selling at your own "brick and mortar" store

    The costs that go into having your own brick-and-mortar store may vary drastically depending on where your store is located (assuming you have one store), what types of products you sell, which industry you're in, and a plethora of other factors and conditions to consider.

    Costs you might need to consider:

    • Retail space cost
    • Inventory cost
    • Utilities cost
    • Insurance and licenses costs
    • Payroll costs
    • Marketing costs
    • Equipment costs
    • Other products and services costs

    More info on costs of having a brick-and-mortar store:

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      Etsy

      Selling on Etsy (Etsy.com)

      • $0.20 listing fee (per item)
      • $0.20 per each additional quantity
      • Listings are active for four months or until they sell
      • 5% transaction fee (per sell)
      • 3% + $0.25 payment processing (per sell)
      • $0.20 auto-renew listing fee (per item). Expires after four months
      • Secure transactions
      • Seller protection

       

      Amazon

      Selling on Amazon (Amazon.com)

      • There are many ways to sell on Amazon: Individual, Professional, Amazon Business, Private Brands, Amazon Handmade
      • $0.00 a month Individual Plan (Plan on selling fewer than 40 items a month) + $0.99 per item + referral fees and variable closing fees
      • $39.99 a month for Professional Plan + referral fees and variable closing fees
      • People know, like, and trust Amazon already.

       

      eBay

      Selling on eBay (eBay.com)

      • Every month, you get up to 50 zero insertion fee listings, or more if you have an eBay Store.
      • After you've used your zero insertion fee allowance, insertion fees apply
      • eBay charges a final value fee when your item sells
      • eBay charges final values fees on shipping
      • There are many fees on eBay. View selling fees here >>

       

      Bonanza

      Selling on Bonanza (Bonanza.com)

      • Zero listing fees
      • Zero setup costs
      • 3.5% average fee per sale
      • Bonanza sends every item listing to Google and Bing, and sellers have the option to get more exposure by advertising their listings in other channels such as Pricegrabber, Nextag, and Bonanza's affiliate advertising program.

      More information:

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