I mean everywhere. I am not going to list them all but I am going to mention a few.
There's Goldsmith that seems to be very similar to Etsy
Of course there is Facebook for selling. It's called StoreYa. Why they got into this I'll never know.
I understand My Space is coming back strong and trying to rival iTunes. Good Luck!!
We got tumblr, stumbleupon, pinterest, wanelo, luulla, and a number of others that escape me at the moment.
My sister sells her art on a ecommerce site strictly for artists. I'll post all the links next week. Sister's art work in a word is stunning!!
This site I discovered just the other day Kitsy Lane. Interesting article. I am not an expert at these kind of sites however I appreciate them. It is obvious they know something I don't know. Look out Etsy this one could sting ya!!
Now don't think I am talking behind Etsy's back I am not. Many of these comments have been made on the forum over there. Many disgruntled sellers. Maybe they just don't like change. I say don't get your knickers in a twist and do what you came to Etsy to do. I am forever an optimist, the glass is always half full kinda person.
Having said all this I have no intention of leaving Etsy at the moment but I did set up a stand alone site that I dearly love. You might like it also. It has a very odd name TicTail. They are based in the Netherlands and are growing by leaps and bounds. Are they going to turn into any Etsy? gads who knows but like I always say