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There's a lot of ways to earn on Facebook and one of the simplest is by making your page an online thrift shop. Post pictures and descriptions along with the price of your preloved items and instruct buyers to message you if they're interested. All items should be paid first before delivery. To avoid any hassles, do your research on the shipping fees you're going to charge customers along with the shipping companies you're going to use. Also setup your payment system.

The good thing about this is whenever you have something you dont like, you could sell it in Facebook. You could even ask your friends if they have something to sell then just send you the details and you'll sell it for them earning you a commission.
 

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This is actually a great idea @Pendragon2020 I don't think I have anything that I need to sell right now but this is something I'm definitely considering once I get everything set up.
 
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There's a lot of ways to earn on Facebook and one of the simplest is by making your page an online thrift shop. Post pictures and descriptions along with the price of your preloved items and instruct buyers to message you if they're interested. All items should be paid first before delivery. To avoid any hassles, do your research on the shipping fees you're going to charge customers along with the shipping companies you're going to use. Also setup your payment system.

The good thing about this is whenever you have something you dont like, you could sell it in Facebook. You could even ask your friends if they have something to sell then just send you the details and you'll sell it for them earning you a commission.
I would not say that Facebook would be good to sell anything, for instance, local stuff should be placed on offerup or craigslist. The type of ads you see on Facebook is mainly online stuff or digital related products, and I see a lot of people use FB Ads to promote their digital stores, and that does not mean they are successful, and if one is not careful, then you can lose money just as fast as you can using Adwords. If you visit youtube, then you can find a lot of videos that can show, or even train you how to use FB Ads properly. If you are running ads for your business, then I can imagine that you will need to go through a trial and error process, and if you get lucky, then maybe you will find that winning ad that will make money, and I would not fall for the youtube FB Ad hype either, alot of these videos are good for training purposes, and these videos will claim they have made a ton of money using FB Ads, then before the video is over, then that FB Ad video will be trying to sell you some membership.
 

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One thing about selling something online is the ability of buyers to have trust in the seller not to try and dupe them, sell inferior products to them or not offering them a return service should the transaction not work out, and I doubt that most people would have confidence on selling Facebook page to offer such services.

This is why I believe that most people buying products online prefer to make use of tested and proven online shopping stores to buy anything they need instead of trying to deal with someone on Facebook. Maybe it's one's close friends that may patronize such sales on Facebook.
 
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One thing about selling something online is the ability of buyers to have trust in the seller not to try and dupe them, sell inferior products to them or not offering them a return service should the transaction not work out, and I doubt that most people would have confidence on selling Facebook page to offer such services.

This is why I believe that most people buying products online prefer to make use of tested and proven online shopping stores to buy anything they need instead of trying to deal with someone on Facebook. Maybe it's one's close friends that may patronize such sales on Facebook.
If you are talking about having a store on Facebook, then I am not sure, in fact, I am not even sure that I have ever seen a Facebook store, even though I have seen the term quite a bit, and there are way you can put products in your store on Facebook, however, I have never seen them, not to say they are not there, I just have not seen a Facebook store before, and maybe because I am not really looking for them either, and I would bet facebook stores are probably promoted on Facebook through ad promotions, however, I could be wrong on this fact as I am just not sure.
 
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