Friday, November 9, 2012

ShopLocket and an $100 Michael's Gift Card Giveaway




Have you heard of ShopLocket yet? It's this great new place where you can very simply sell your creations, or anything else for that matter, online!  Have you always wanted to try to sell something you have made or found, but never wanted the hassle?  You have to try ShopLocket.  It’s really simple. Actually, it was so simple that I set up my store directly from my iPhone!  

Simply:

1. Go to the website 
2. Sign up  
3. Put in a few details about your product (name, description, pictures, etc.)  
4. Share it on any website!


(P.S. If you would like to buy Finger Puppets with Barn Bag- just click above! That's how easy it is.)


Here are a few neat things about ShopLocket:

-There’s no crowded marketplace that you get lost in.

- There’s no time consuming and expensive setup like with some online store options.

- With ShopLocket, it’s all about bringing your product to where you already have a market. 

-Share ShopLocket links anywhere or embed products on your website, blog or even Facebook page.

-Even their pricing is dead simple: there’s no up-front or monthly fees, you only pay when you sell. When you sell a product, you’re charged 2.5% plus any payment processing fees from PayPal or Stripe fees. So if you’re selling something that’s $20, you’d pocket $18.62

-If you don’t have a website, not to worry! Just share a link to the ShopLocket page. Think of it like sharing a Youtube video online, but for selling your product.





Oh, and one more thing! ShopLocket is going to be randomly giving out FIVE $100 gift certificates to Michaels to people that sign up in the next two weeks! It is easy to enter below:
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Check out ShopLocket on Facebook and/or Twitter.


I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with ShopLocket and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.

7 comments:

  1. I would enjoy selling my colorful flower pots.

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  2. I probably should sell some fabrics from my stash. I've run out of storage room:(
    Thanks for the giveaway.twelve30(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I would sell surgical/scrub caps that I make.

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  4. Great giveaway...that's a lot of crafting, so perfect for the Holidays!

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  5. Oh I am just starting to think of things to make and start selling - the first things I want to make are some custom stitch markers (since I'm new to crochet and previously made jewelry, this is a fun combo!).

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  6. I would start selling pieces of my extensive valuable collection.I am old and do not collect anymore and I do not think my kids are interested in my collections.

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