Question: Name one great marketplace for people who want to launch side hustles selling their products or services. (Think Etsy, oDesk, etc.)
GetHired.com for Side Jobs
"I recently came across GetHired.com and love some of the functionality they included, like the ability to record a video or audio introduction for your profile. You can also schedule interviews through the site, streamlining the process for candidates and hiring managers alike."
eBay Lists Everything
"eBay allows you to reach a very large market place for testing new products. Given the way eBay works, you can even create multiple variations of your product listings to sell at different price points and marketing features to see how your product is perceived by the market."
Gumroad Sells Everywhere
"While Gumroad is not a marketplace, it makes selling digital things really easy. Upload your file, write a description and set the price and you have embeddable sales forms in seconds where you can sell on social media, blogs or just about anywhere."
Craigslist Is Still Cool
"Even though many new marketplaces are popping up, Craigslist is still one of the best places to list products or services. It has millions of visitors and is used by those who may not be familiar with newer sites such as Etsy and oDesk."
Envato's Many Marketplaces
"I'm a fan of Envato marketplaces - VideoHive, AudioJungle, ThemeForest -- a place to market and sell and digital media that you create. Envato offers a great opportunity for freelance musicians, programmers, videographers and other creatives to sell their products without the expense of a full-scale web marketing effort."
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