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It is a good thing that we now have so many apps that we can use. We can even create our own online stores with Shopify and other platforms.
How many of these apps could you use on an international scale?
The whole point is these apps are for selling local. Someone skimmed the headline.
Can all of these apps be used in Nigeria?
Carousell looks to be Singapore / SE Asia only.
Yea I’m in USA and it kept asking me to enter my city but then took me to list of bunch of countries and usa not on it??
The best one I’ve found that does the same as all the other without charching fees is LiquidationEdge. What makes it different you get paid instantly with paypal then go meet the person or ship it.
I use shipstation if I need to ship. It imports the buyers address and can easily create labels.
Please i can’t find the app you’re talking about
@Brian, LiquidationEge does not exist.
Great info. You can also check out Telecom Recycle for selling old and used business phone.
Great collection of services! Thanks for doing this.
Here is one to add: ThrivingLocally.
ThrivingLocally is an online marketplace designed specifically for local small businesses in Canada where you can sell any kind of product, food, service, and activity.
ThrivingLocally makes local eCommerce EASY.
I haven’t heard of some of these. Thank you for the information!
Etsy is the only thing I really go to look for things.
Excellent blog! Most of these apps I haven’t even heard of before! Thank you for the helpful piece of information.
This article doesn’t really answer its own question, “What is the best app to sell stuff locally?” I appreciate that the author gathered information on each of these sites and provided a brief description and/or review, but what would make this article even more useful would be if these 20 apps were rated and ranked via some criteria, or at least by the opinion of the author.