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Our goal is to let you run a small online business that is
independent of eBay or anyone else who will control what you do, or depress what you
can do by charging high fees. Following are examples of independent businesses.
Now that eBay disallows derrogatory feedback about buyers, there is no means within eBay to flag dicey buyers.
These off-eBay services may provide useful alternatives. They are listed alphabetically without comment, review or endorsement.
Please contact us if you know of others.
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These stores are independent of eBay and all online malls.
They are simple and focused, and illustrate what a micromerchant can do. They pay no merchant fees, and are
easier to maintain than an eBay store.
CoinPocket.com sells coin hobby supplies (Saflips).
I built and operate this online microstore. It's a real store. It's also a laboratory
where I develop ideas, and an example of what a simple microstore can be like.
VialHut.com sells glass vials, seals and stoppers.
This is my second online microstore. To make this store work, the cart was improved to support both heavy and light weight
parcels, and international shipping.
SaabBrains.com sells high value
used electrical parts for Saab automobiles.
For this microstore, the software was modified to support many one of a kind items.
StevesDebris.com is an online
Marks-Parts.com sells new and used appliance parts.
Though the selection is very limited, the prices are very low. Most customers reach this site by
searching Google for a part number. It's the perfect microstore: the goods don't decay, and part numbers are perfect
search words for Google.
MembersToAction.com provides software
to help churches effortlessly organize their volunteers, matching people to ministries
according to interest and talents. They are a great example of a small
online business, invented to fill an important niche.
James Ebert is a trustworthy real estate appraiser serving
Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara and Orange Counties.
His expertise with architectural and historical
valuations has earned him recent clients from as far away
as Chicago, Denver, Nebraska, Florida and Germany.
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