Let’s proceed to the list of the best apps to sell stuff locally and online. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. When using apps or websites to sell stuff locally, instead of shipping an item to a buyer’s address, you will meet with your buyer in person. Speaking of that, it is best if you agree to meet in a public spot just to be on the safe side. But if you’re not really keen on meeting with the buyers in person and you’d rather spend a few bucks on shipping costs instead, you should stick to selling stuff online only. Now, the best apps to sell stuff are the popular apps because they will bring you the widest audience. The more people use the app, the more people will see your item so pay attention to that when you’re choosing the app.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two of the best apps to sell stuff locally and online from their list.
The first one is Tradyo. You can sell items locally or list services and garage sales on Tradyo which ranks 11th on our list of best apps to sell stuff locally and online. You can communicate with buyers via chat (this is a default method), or you can have buyers contact you via phone, as you will. One of the best things about Tradyo is that listings on Tradyo are displayed according to zip code. This is great if you don’t like the other apps which show your exact location. It’s also a great app for selling stuff in your neighborhood. The second one should be VarageSale, where you can sell both old and new items, and you can use the app for free. You can sell whatever you want including electronics and furniture, and anything else you no longer need. VarageSale takes safety very seriously so each buyer or seller must create a profile first with a picture and a name. It also has a hotline where you can report suspicious activity.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 12 best apps to sell stuff locally and online.