Have you guys heard of ShopLocket yet?
It’s one of the best ways to sell items direct from your blog, without any of the hassles of setting up an entire storefront.Product, featured images, description, Buy Button – all in-line, styled, and right there on your post, sidebar widget, or even Facebook. How easy is that?
As you guys may already know, I have an Etsy store…but I’ve had to put it on hold since I’ve really been too busy to make new things for months. I don’t want to commit to opening it up entirely again…but I do have some extra products hanging around my workroom that I still want to sell. ShopLocket is the perfect solution for selling just those one or two pieces, embedded into my blog, rather than on the open [crowded!] marketplace of Etsy. I can sell right where my content is – and right where my readers are.
Even if you don’t have a website, you can sell on ShopLocket by just sharing a link to your item there – on Facebook or Twitter, for instance. With their pricing it’s extremely simple too: there’s no monthly fee; you only pay 2.5% when your item sells, plus any payment processing fees from Paypal or Stripe.
You can even sell digital items, like this adorable dress pattern!
Did I mention how easy it was to sign up? To sign up, just go to ShopLocket.com and you can be selling almost instantly!
As an added bonus, ShopLocket is going to be randomly giving out FIVE $100 gift certificates to Michaels to people that sign up in the next two weeks!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
So if you have anything to sell: handmade goods, digital files, or even clothing from your own closet…head over to ShopLocket, sign up, and you’ll be selling within seconds! (And you may win a $100 gift certificate to Michael’s in the process!)
P.S. You can also buy any of the faux fur tails I featured above – wrapped up and ready for the holidays. Click through to see how easy it is to buy from a ShopLocket widget, as well!
FTC Disclosure: I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with Blueprint Social and ShopLocket. The opinions above are my own. To read my Disclosure Policy, click here.