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Goodsmiths rolls out paid plans, promoted items

Ecommerce startup Goodsmiths today introduced paid plans. When the “marketplace for makers” launched last April, co-founder Levi Rosol said one of the site’s advantages over its better-known competitor, Etsy, was its pricing structure—it didn’t charge a listing fee and it took a smaller percentage. Now less than a month away from its first birthday, it’s made changes to both. To list more than 25 items on Goodsmiths, sellers must now pay $5 per month. With the new paid plans, however, come credits to promote items to appear at the top of category pages. — Source: Goodsmiths


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