Friday, September 3, 2010

I've been mostly on the buying side of 2nd-hand children's items and have yet to try any of the numerous online opportunities. But I wanted to share briefly about "Kidzola was created by two moms who wanted a better way to buy and sell online," according to Heather, one of the co-founders. On the site, people can buy and sell everything for children, whether new, handmade, or resale.

You can buy and sell locally or nationally, with no listing fee -- only a 5% closing fee when an item is sold. Sellers can open a storefront with its own webpage of inventory, for $4.99/month.

I spent some time browsing around the site and found several resale items of interest at great price, but unfortunately, there were no resale or handmade items within 200 miles of where I live. But take a look around; perhaps you will find an item that "ships" for free, close by!

Kidzola can be a great tool for moms, but they also give back to the community. Kidzola donates 10% of advertising revenue to Adopt-A-Classroom and help buy supplies for classrooms in need.

****This is not a paid post. Kidzola and I are exchanging site promotion.****


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