The best E-Commerce platforms to sell your handcraft The best E-Commerce platforms to sell your handcraft

The best E-Commerce platforms to sell your handcraft

If you're an independent artisan, you can sell your products online. Etsy is the most popular website to do this, but there are many other options in the market. Turn your creations into regular income!

Amazon Handmade

This isn't only a marketplace, it’s also a community of artisans from over 80 countries that do their business successfully online. At the same time, there are millions of shoppers looking for handcraft objects on this page. In Amazon Handmade you can sell your handmade jewelry as well! Don't miss the opportunity to join this network!


This platform focuses on handmade-in-the-USA crafts, and its offer is divided into many categories: clothing, home & furnishing, handcrafts, paper goods, etc. You can post your recycled or repurposed vintage products. There’s no listing fee and the sales commission is 7% on all items.


IndieMade is a platform developed by artists for artists. In IndieMade, you'll find everything you need to make, market, and manage a creative website: store, image galleries, blog, calendar, marketing tools, web hosting, support, and much more. You'll find all the tools you need to create your own marketplace in the most attractive way to humans and search engines.


If your handcrafts are sold under your own brand, you may go directly to Storenvy and list your products. They gather a huge collection of indie brands. You can sell through a free online store host there called “hobbyist”, or choose between two paid plans: “Plus”, where you pay $14.99 per month and get plus custom social media blasts, a discounting feature that can help drive sales, and a custom domain for online stores; or “Pro”: for $29.99 per month, this plan includes everything that comes with the second-tier plan plus an automated discount feature that lets sellers send bulk discount offers to shoppers.


ArtFire is a smaller marketplace with three big categories of products: handmade goods, vintage goods (20 years and older), and craft supplies. You can choose between different plans and pay from $4.95 per month to list up to 250 items. There’s also the Featured Shop, where you can upload 2,500 items for $40 per month.


This is a multichannel option. This means that you can organize your listings and manage your sales on up to four different marketplaces. All the changes made on one channel will automatically be mirrored on the others, which can save you a lot of money. There’s a free trial for two weeks and then you can pay $5 monthly per platform to keep this centralized location. Keep in mind that there’s a required minimum of two platforms.

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