What could a teenager sell online?

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  • What could a teenager sell online?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 18:18
I mean anything that you don't want to use and can't wait to get rid off. If you want to make your own stuff and sell them, you can do it. Bracelets seem like a good idea. First look around your house to see if there is something you need like beads or even a ball of yarn. Then you can buy the rest of the things from a craft store when there is a sale or something.
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 18:21
If you use a site like Zazzle or CafePress, all you need are designs. You can put those designs on clothes, iPhone cases, jewelry, posters and prints, and lots more. Those sites handle everything else--from setting up a storefront to making the product to sending the items out to customers. (I use and have sold things on Zazzle.) Both are absolutely free to use; the only charges are commissions when you sell. Another site, especially if you really want to make things to sell, is Fiverr. The limit there, at the beginning, is that your product has to cost $5. (As you make more sales, you can increase the price.) Again, it's free to set up. You just pay a commission (kind of steep--$1 on a $5 sale) when you sell something. I'd suggest taking a look at all of those sites and see what other people are selling. Then decide what's a best fit for you. Hope that helps.
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 18:23
Your soul, SS#, childhood dreams

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