I’ve personally used each of the three and have only had any real success with Shoplincs.
So today when another shop service came onto my radar – Bravisa – I wasn’t overly excited. But to be fair they are a little different (or seem to be) from the others above in that they seem to have direct links with manufacturers of products.
I’m yet to test Bravisa (how many shops can a blogger use!) but they seem to offer a nice range of products in a range of areas (from Pet Products, to Health and Beauty to Clothing) and could therefore be a good fit for some niche blogs who are struggling to find a monetization stream that fits with their topic.
The revenue model is similar to retail – the manufacturer names their price – you add a markup and Bravisa takes a 10% commission from your markup for providing you with the shop and back end (they handle all the payment system etc).
All looks good with Bravisa – however I’m probably not going to test it personally because of my previous experience with shops (and the fact that I’m happy with the one that’s working for me). However if you try it – give us a shout with a review in comments below to let us know how you find the service and features.