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Nov 9, 2012 // 7 comments // Categories: family life, organization, parenting // Tags: , , .

shoplocket easy selling of anything, anywhereThis New For Us Friday, I’ve got a few things going on, and I’m betting that it will put a twinkle in the eye of many a crafty, creative reader.

I bet it will put a twinkle in the eye of many a frugal or thoughtful reader.

I bet, knowing that the holidays are around the corner, it will make just about anyone want to dance, sing, or at least sort through some of their stuff to find things to sell.

Welcome to my world, ShopLocket.

ShopLocket means easy selling of anything, anywhere.

The possibilities are endless–and I’m totally psyched.

Here’s the skinny. . .

  • ShopLocket–Easy Selling of Anything, Anywhere: Okay, so maybe not anything, but just about anything can be sold on ShopLocket, and it’s pretty simple.

I’ve toyed with the idea of starting my own ‘store’ somewhere for my printables and such, but I haven’t found the right one.

I wanted something easy, quick, simple–and convenient.  And I am pretty sure I found my guy.

Essentially, with ShopLocket, you can:

  • simply go to the website, sign up, put in a few details about your product (name, description, pictures, etc.), and you’re ready to go!
  • embed your product on any website, including your blog or Facebook;
  • sell things even without having your own blog or website–you can send people straight to ShopLocket to buy the item!;
  • sell handmade items, printables, or even  resell used items;
  • do it all with ease, from the comfort of your own home–stress-free;
  • totally wrap your head around the pricing deal–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. Sweet.

Please check out my very first, I’m-oh-so-proud product on ShopLocket above.  (I’ve had such an incredibly awesome response to the Parent Notes from this week, so I created a few extra pages of note-happy awesome for moms & dads who totally deserve these notes and much more. YAY.)

And if you think it’s all cool and great (which I do), then go ahead and sign your little crafty (or frugal or creative or holiday-shopping happy) self up.  ShopLocket will be choosing five new sign-ups through this Blueprint social campain to win a $100 gift card to Michael’s Craft Store. Awe-some.

Just use the Rafflecopter widget below to get in on the action.  Good luck, and catchya on ShopLocket!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

fyi: This post is part of a paid campaign for Blueprint Social.  All opinions, as always, are my own, influenced only by myself–a busy educator, writer, and parent who’s been on a quest for an easy way to sell stuff that didn’t involve stress or complications for a long, long time.

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  1. I’ve been researching Shoplocket for a while and finally decided to launch my new product via shoplocket. We will be launching it on monday. It seems like such a neat way to sell one product and to spread it around the web. Feel free to come check my shoplocket out as well on Nov.12. http://www.chaoticallycreative.com

    Lesley

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  2. I have no idea, but this is good to have in my back pocket!

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    • Karla. Seriously–now at least you know it’s here–when and if you need it! :)

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  3. I would sell my art lesson plans and ebooks — this is fantastic and this would make my life a lot easier!! Thank you for sharing this with us Amy!!!

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  4. I would probably sell my crochet items.

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    Allison
    10/11/2012
  5. Sometimes I would sell my nephew&niece but I doubt this website is helpful in this way! :)))

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  6. I have no idea but I have a bunch of baby items I could get rid of

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    Betty Baez
    15/11/2012

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