Some kids have the talent and drive to make beautiful and useful items, but selling them is a problem because most online solutions are geared towards adults.
Build a marketplace for items handmade by kids. The platform should take into consideration the legal and mental situation of the kids selling: their age, parents’ involvement, particular logistical problems, etc.
Can be useful in marketing and communicating.
A study of the hidden color preferences that lead to conversions in different age groups.
Make your agendas are more inline with each other.
Make a large part of the commission dependent on how close to the initial estimate the final price is. This will ensure a more accurate initial estimate and counteract the incentive for the agent to sell quickly cheaper (instead of waiting for a better price.)
Have buyers return daily. No inventory.
Every day the store offers many kinds of items. Each item is on sale for only that day or until it runs out during that day. The next day’s offering is entirely different and does not include any of last day’s offering.
Help convert the ones who are just a step before buying.
When a visitor seems to be interested in an item (he spent more than average time on that page, scrolling back and forward reading, etc.), but then seemed to not buy the item and move on to something else (still on your website), you can pop up a one time offer that has a very short time limit (one minute should be more than enough.) It might say something like this: “Get XYZ for $79 instead of the usual $139 price. This offer is only good if you add it to your cart within the next 00:48 seconds.” (The time is an active countdown.) Once it’s in the cart, it should have a small text saying that the discount is only valid if they buy it during their current visit. This will help keep them from abandoning the cart and not finishing the purchase.