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ArtFire - Buy Handmade - Sell Handmade
After months of debating I finally gave artfire a try. Artfire is a handmade shopping community quite similar to Etsy. While I like etsy and all of my customer base is there, I really have fallen in love with Artfire. I really like that I don't have to pay transaction fees, and having a sale is a easy as checking a box. My favorite thing of all is that I can create my listing on 1 page. There aren't several pages to go through. Right now we are on the basic plan, which has limited features, but is free for listing and trans fees. I would love to eventually move my entire clientelle to Artfire and upgrade to pro ($16 a month, but still no additional listing or trans fees) because the features are just awesome there. In the meantime I am just trying to put more focus on my artfire shop and waiting for growth. If you have been thinking of trying it out, you should, it's free for goodness sake!

Find us on Artfire at: http://artfire.com/users/thecrazyelephantboutique

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