any body has diy business?

@tarah9 (544)
June 29, 2017 9:47pm CST
I want to start diy accessories or bags, but not sure where to sell online, any body knows
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@jeotoi (188)
1 Jul 17
Nice posting, I tried some business didn't work
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@tarah9 (544)
3 Jul 17
what business you try
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@jeotoi (188)
4 Jul 17
@tarah9 I try food though its really tasty but did no work
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@tarah9 (544)
5 Jul 17
@jeotoi sorry to hear it, do u do more now?
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@jeotoi (188)
9 Jul 17
I heard today that retail is better
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@tarah9 (544)
9 Jul 17
yes with lost of mony
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@jeotoi (188)
10 Jul 17
@tarah9 not really some started with few dollars their business
@jeotoi (188)
10 Jul 17
@tarah9 not really some started with few dollars their business
@jeotoi (188)
30 Jul 17
i have friend start teaching at home its good working hours
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@tarah9 (544)
30 Jul 17
that is great
@carebear29 (28647)
• Wausau, Wisconsin
30 Jun 17
sounds like a good idea but need ideas lol
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@tarah9 (544)
1 Jul 17
and money also, but really lots of people do things like crafts online and sell it, though some are ugly
• United States
6 Oct
There is a marketplace for handmade items called Etsy, but there is also Folksy and ArtFire. There are also online marketplaces that sell a lot of things including handmade items such as Fiverr and even Facebook has an option for selling things, I think.
@tarah9 (544)
29 Mar
There are lots of them but they take high fee also, selling online is not really best work to do
@bunnybon7 (36883)
• Holiday, Florida
11 Jul 17
why not try ebay or etsy thats all i know about or a group on facebook
@tarah9 (544)
1 Aug 17
hi, there fee comparing to the price is high unless you have lots of thing to sell
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@jeotoi (188)
18 Sep
just saw ni,ce cute business in the malls where you hire a saller to sell diy things