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« on: February 26, 2008 09:21:32 AM »

Has any one here heard of the website http://www.pinkdoodle.com/ ?

I was just linked to it from a friend, it seems to be the British version of Etsy in that it's a place for creative people to sell their home-made wares but it looks *really* new.  There don't seem to be a great many people selling things, though from what I can gather, most bits being sold are of reasonable quality.

I was contemplating signing up to see if I can start selling a few bits I make but I'm worried about giving my debit card details away on what doesn't seem to be a particularly well-established site.  It seems like it's got all the right security bits though, but is it worth setting up a shop if it's so new and barely anyone knows about it?  Though saying that, in signing up I could be helping a new craft business venture off the ground so I guess that's a good thing!

What do you guys think?  I'm totally new to the world of selling craft things so I'd be interested to see what a seasoner seller makes of the site.  Has anyone bought or sold anything off there? 

Thanks in advance m'dears! Smiley

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« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2008 05:59:19 AM »

Apparently they're getting more popular; their free listings end on Mar 5. You can always contact a few of the sellers there to get some direct feedback on their shopkeeper experiences.

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« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2009 11:00:28 AM »

This is an old thread, but I'm dragging it up again because I'd really like to hear what experiences people have had on this site. Is it just for the UK? Is it as user-friendly as Etsy is? Is it rather large? Are they easy to work with? If anyone has info on it, please share!

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