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Directory of Online Arts and Crafts Marketplaces
Considering selling your arts and crafts in an online marketplace? This articles gives you a heads-up on the most popular from Etsy to ArtFire to Artful Home and more! Get concise info to the policies and costs of each and come back frequently for updated information!

Start Selling on Redbubble
Redbubble is an online marketplace geared towards graphic artists and crafters. Find out how to set up an account to sell your arts and crafts through Redbubble.

More Online Arts and Crafts Marketplaces
Considering selling your arts and crafts in an online marketplace? The first page of this list covered Etsy, ArtFire, Artful Home and more! This article continues with more arts and crafts online marketplaces, find out about Folksies and Chictopia, DaWanda and Coriandr.

Artful Home Arts and Craft Marketplace
Another online marketplace for artists and crafters to sell their products online is Artful Home. Unlike Etsy and ArtFire there is a jury process costing $35. However, at Artful Home you have the possibility to not only sell your arts and crafts online but also through their catalog, which is widely distributed.

Review of Wix Website Builder
Wix.com is a website builder offering an array of attractive templates. Find out basic facts about Wix.com including how much it costs.

Supermarket Online Craft Marketplace
Many artists and crafters sell either wholly or partially online. Those that don't care about or don't have the time to maintain their own website sell through online craft marketplaces such as Etsy or ArtFire. I recently discovered another online craft marketplace called Supermarket. While not a new kid in the online craft marketplace town, it's new to me. I took a look through the Supermarket website and here's what I found out.

Letting Your Online Customers Know How You Do Business
If you sell your arts and crafts online, having a good policy page increases sales, enhances customer satisfaction and saves you time by reducing unnecessary customer emails. Here's a list of issues you should address from payment processing to who pays for shipping - you or the customer.

Handmade Artists' Shop
Many artists and crafters sell either wholly or partially online. Those that don't care about or don't have the time to maintain their own website sell through online craft marketplaces such as Etsy or ArtFire. I recently discovered another online craft marketplace called the Handmade Artists' Shop (HAF shops). This is a relatively new online...

Who Pays Sales Tax and Shipping for Online Purchases?
How do you pass business costs and taxes to your Ecommerce customers? Do you mark-up your product prices or add these costs during the checkout procedure? Find out how to give your customers one price by marking-up the cost of your arts or crafts product for shipping and sales tax.

Using Celebrity Images on Your Ecommerce Web Site
If you have a fashion craft arts and crafts business, it makes an impact on sales to show celebrities wearing the same sort of item you're selling. However, what about using celebrity images on your Ecommerce site? Is it possible to use celebrity images without violating any copyrights? Find out more about celebrity image copyrights.

Google Profiles
Learn how to take control of your Google search results by setting up a profile to drive traffic to your arts/crafts business. It’s easy and free.

Review of Ruby Lane
One online alternative for arts and crafts businesses is to open a Ruby Lane shop. Monthly fees are not exorbitant. Ruby Lane’s standards for quality of workmanship are very high, which adds to your potential customer's confidence level.

Making the Internet and Ecommerce Work for Your Craft Business
Have you thought about starting a website for your business but weren’t quite sure where to begin? Here’s some basic advice for getting your website up and running.

Five Ways to Integrate eBay Into Your Small Business
Even if your primary business and life lie outside the confines of eBay, you can still increase sales by using eBay strategically. Learn how.

Yahoo! Store Review
Yahoo stores have been around since 1998 and hosts more than 45,000 online businesses. Due to its popularity there is a large community of designers and developers to help you with every step of setting up shop.

Content and Ecommerce
How to create an ecommerce site that makes people want to buy.

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