Classified Ads

The most popular way to sell stuff on Facebook is to use “Marketplace,” powered by Go to Oodle and click “post an ad.” Then decide if you want your listing to also appear on MySpace, Twitter, and many others.

Categories include: “Community,” “For Rent,” “Items for Sale,” “Housing,”  “Jobs,” “Pets,” and “Vehicles.” The process is nearly automatic. Choose your category, upload a photo, name your price and you’re done.

Online Stores

If you want an actual online store, there are many ways to go.

"Rock the Cradle" has an online store on Facebook from Sum Effect Software helps you set up a store on your website and Facebook page. There’s a free trial. After that, there’s a a $50 setup fee and service charge of $25 a month. For that you get one gigabyte of storage space to sell 100 products, templates to design your store,  to help you set up PayPal, or some other payment option, and other features to numerous to list. More expensive plans have even more options and storage. also offers online stores for Facebook users. They cater mainly to musicians, but you can sell any merchandise.

Yahoo! offers a great online store package. It costs $40 a month, and you can manage up to 50,000 products. It automatically submits your site to Google and Yahoo!, and lets you upload an existing product database.

To sell products from and other online retailers, check out

If you want to upload your own graphics to put on T-shirts, mugs, aprons, etc., and are both good choices.


  1. J&B, Pancho just downloaded the Audacity program, for musician’s home studios & can’t believe it’s FREE after spending for Cakewalk which was difficult to use. He’s already recorded his own tracks to solo over, excellent for practicing. I’m looking into the LP to CD from Audio-Technica, as you know I now have hundreds of LP’s to convert (courtesy of J. Wittwer)