Blomming is a user-friendly e-commerce platform with which you can quickly share your products on sale on blog/websites and social networks – thus exploit your on-line presence. Anyone can sell on Blomming, and you can sell anything you want, provided it is legal: the restrictions are listed below.
Regarding the products, there are no limitations of price, type or quantity. Some users sell postcards for one euro, others rent their house on the mountains, some sell expensive works of art. You can get rid of an object you do not need more, or sell items that you create yourself. This is why Blomming is very appreciated in the independent creativity movement: artists and artisans, designers and fashion designers, hobbyists, “Hand-Made” and “Do-it-Yourself” enthusiasts and so on think it a useful tool to sell on-line.
Blomming is also designed for companies: from the smallest ones that can not afford a complicated and expensive system of e-commerce to the biggest that want to extend their presence and their customers on the Social Media.
You can also sell digital products although, as it happens with any other kind of products, Blomming is not responsible for delivery.
Blomming is an “open” platform like eBay, YouTube, Facebook, etc. It offers a service for all subscribers, so it belongs a little bit to everyone. Those who use it must comply with the rules and avoid illegal or unacceptable behaviours for their own good and for the good of the others.
There are some strict rules:
- You cannot sell illegal or forbidden items on Blomming: see this page
- Obviously, this extends to any object that is the result of illegal activity
- By using Blomming you commit yourself to our policy of Acceptable Uses: see this page
- Also, by registering on Blomming you agree to the Terms of Service: see this page
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