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|I think there is more than enough room for both.
I plan to sell my knitted and sewing items on cubits. I'll set up a store on my cubit. When I have wares to sell, the store will be open, otherwise, it won't be visible. Perhaps my return customers will only browse through my store, but new customers will wander through the larger mall (of sorts) where they can browse through all of the stores offering handmade goods.
Or, you can browse through all of the plants currently being offered.
Or only zero in on the Semps from ValleyLyn.
Or perhaps you'd like to set up a fleamarket store of sorts- that's great too.
Perhaps members of your cubit (MAM) would like to donate a bunch of items to sell off for a charitable cause. That's great too.
Sky is the limit, I think!
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