When you start small business and try to get many customers as possible, the easiest way to do that is utilizing the internet. In internet, you will find many e-commerce resources that will help you to build your product awareness promote your business and make money from it.
Talking about e-commerce sources in internet, many of them are free to use and some are not. You can create website or blog consist of stuff you are selling with free blog services offered by BlogSpot or WordPress. Or if you want to have professional-looking website can hire professional to do that. Aside of that, there are also online tools to manage your stuff, stocks and cash. Here we have listed 3 websites to boost your small business. It consists of free e-commerce website builders to the service.
Fiverr can be great place to sell your stuff, services and even find resources to build your own business. In Fiverr, there are many users sell service like build professional-looking free blog, website template, coding for CSS or PHP and many more. Just with 5 dollar and you can get the service you want. And also you can sell your stuff here. Mostly sell at 5 dollar, Fiverr is a good place to start. And it is free to set up an account there.
Ocoos offers DIY website builder that require no professional skill to create beautiful website. They also provide streamlined back office tools to help you manage sales and customers. This service include Customer Relationship Management (CRM) integration, social media tools, sales tracking, report tools, appointment scheduling and even able to export file from QuickBooks and Excel. There are two plans that Occoos offers to the users; a completely DIY Premium plan for $25/month and Ocoos-managed Concierge plan from $35/month plus $50 one-time setup fee.
Are you selling handmade, vintage or other cute goods? You can head over to Etsy and make account there. Etsy is well known as marketplace for unique goods, like handmade doll or phone case, crochets, vintage posters, handmade scrapbook, unique wall stickers and many more. It is completely free to register, but when you want to list your goods, you need to pay 20 cents per item and whenever someone sell it from you, Etsy will take 3.5 percent from the transaction fee. But as Etsy is quite popular, this fee is worth to spend.