Question about websites which offer marketplace/listing option to sell products

travisjonathan1

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I'm looking for websites which I can sell digital products like in sellix or shoppy websites but with possibility to list our products in a marketplace Section which other people can search for it and find the products that I'm selling.
Which sites with marketplace option do you recommend?
 
Etsy? Fiverr?
Yes but Fiverr is to sell services and Etsy for physical products.
I'm looking for a good marketplace to sell digital products like ebooks, software, scripts, etc. I know ebay dont allow sell some digital products so Im looking for alternatives.
 
Shopify, Clickbank
And a website I'm building but haven't finished yet (lack of funding)
 
I'm looking for a good marketplace to sell digital products like ebooks, software, scripts, etc.
These can be sold in literally (almost) all online marketplaces. Yes, there is competition, so just as in any other business, promotion (marketing) helps towards attracting sales. Some free ways of promotion, are various social media platforms.
 
These can be sold in literally (almost) all online marketplaces. Yes, there is competition, so just as in any other business, promotion (marketing) helps towards attracting sales. Some free ways of promotion, are various social media platforms.
social media platforms are useless for free traffic. I already follow multiple method and learn in some courses and the comclusion is free traffic from facebook groups, twitter, pinterest, instagram will not bring you huge traffic. I promote during 1 entire month in 1000 facebook groups, Instagram, and twitter using hashtags a youtube video and it only delivers only 180 views to video in 1 month! the facebook groups was very popular with 100000 members each one. so free promotion it's totally useless and not valuable!

do you have better ideas?
 
social media platforms are useless for free traffic. I already follow multiple method and learn in some courses and the comclusion is free traffic from facebook groups, twitter, pinterest, instagram will not bring you huge traffic. I promote during 1 entire month in 1000 facebook groups, Instagram, and twitter using hashtags a youtube video and it only delivers only 180 views to video in 1 month! the facebook groups was very popular with 100000 members each one. so free promotion it's totally useless and not valuable!

do you have better ideas?

I'm just pointing out that you could have promoted in smaller groups and less of them and potentially got a whole lot more traffic.

Not saying you would have but after one test you can't really conclude that all free promotion is totally useless and not valuable.

In the past I did find my time was better spent working on my blogging project versus trying to promote it on social media but some people are very successful driving free traffic from social media
 
I'm just pointing out that you could have promoted in smaller groups and less of them and potentially got a whole lot more traffic.

Not saying you would have but after one test you can't really conclude that all free promotion is totally useless and not valuable.

In the past I did find my time was better spent working on my blogging project versus trying to promote it on social media but some people are very successful driving free traffic from social media

do you think smaller groups worth more? I try smaller groups too in past. it drive me traffic to my links but its like 2-3 clicks per post. so it's very low numbers. I need thousands of views to be more likely to get engagements, comments, views in my yt videos, and sales in my websites.
what do you recommend as free traffic that could bring a decent number of visitors?
 
do you think smaller groups worth more? I try smaller groups too in past. it drive me traffic to my links but its like 2-3 clicks per post. so it's very low numbers. I need thousands of views to be more likely to get engagements, comments, views in my yt videos, and sales in my websites.
what do you recommend as free traffic that could bring a decent number of visitors?
The only way I know that I have done well with is creating a website and ranking it organically with on page + off page seo But it seems this process is slower and slower I have a new project a little less than 2 weeks old that's still seeing no traffic and very few impressions
 
The only way I know that I have done well with is creating a website and ranking it organically with on page + off page seo But it seems this process is slower and slower I have a new project a little less than 2 weeks old that's still seeing no traffic and very few impressions
same with me. ranking website can be profitable but it takes very long time. so I think it dont worth the time
 
bro, you're looking for what, the magic button? I've been around for awhile, starting my first agency over 15-years ago, scaling it to a 7-figure business by the time I was 25-years old, and I can tell you with certainty that There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch. Apply that principle, substituting your time for your money. If you can't afford paid traffic, then all you can do is target free traffic. And, since TINSTAAFL, the free traffic will come only at the expense of your time.

You can sit here and on other forums for the next 3-years, learning theoretical knowledge the likes of Neil Patel has, and still, once you finally actually attempt and stick with a MMO method, you won't know SHIT. You want an outline for how to succeed online, and stop being known as that guy who talks a lot about how much he knows but never as any money? Check it out:

1: Wake up
2: Create content
3: Promote that content (on/off page SEO, Reddit, Quora, Etsy, Pinterest, etc.)
4: Check Google Search Console to see what things are improving
5: Do more of whatever you see improving from step number 4
6: Repeat as needed for each of your projects.

This, my friend, is the only true, sustainable method to making money online.
 
bro, you're looking for what, the magic button? I've been around for awhile, starting my first agency over 15-years ago, scaling it to a 7-figure business by the time I was 25-years old, and I can tell you with certainty that There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch. Apply that principle, substituting your time for your money. If you can't afford paid traffic, then all you can do is target free traffic. And, since TINSTAAFL, the free traffic will come only at the expense of your time.

You can sit here and on other forums for the next 3-years, learning theoretical knowledge the likes of Neil Patel has, and still, once you finally actually attempt and stick with a MMO method, you won't know SHIT. You want an outline for how to succeed online, and stop being known as that guy who talks a lot about how much he knows but never as any money? Check it out:

1: Wake up
2: Create content
3: Promote that content (on/off page SEO, Reddit, Quora, Etsy, Pinterest, etc.)
4: Check Google Search Console to see what things are improving
5: Do more of whatever you see improving from step number 4
6: Repeat as needed for each of your projects.

This, my friend, is the only true, sustainable method to making money online.

I alteady did the 6 steps and I repeated a lot of times. I have 7 projects in different niches and only 1 I'm getting success.
the other 6 I barely can increase my ranking in google, even after use chat gpt, Jasper AI Tool, Semrush, etc, the rankings increasing yes, but very very slowly and I need profit in less time.

So in my case which I need fast results do you think paid advertising would be the only option? Or do you have any other ideas using other strategies which I can use to bring more website traffic?
 
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