This is one of the most simple things you need to do. Do you have a closet, a basement, or an attic? It’s all a matter of looking at your worldly possessions through new eyes, the eyes of an eBay seller. Start cleaning things out and you’ll probably be surprised at what you find. Don’t think things like “who in their right mind would buy this junk”, but “I wonder how much I could sell this for on eBay!”.
Just about everything has some resale value. You won’t get rich selling off your unwanted household possessions but you will have a chance to practice writing your listings, posting auctions, dealing with customers, gaining experience, and building up your feedback rating.
if you have exhausted these types of items then you may be interested in reading our article about 4 unique ways to find items to sell on ebay .
Beth Wallin is a Power Seller who started selling her own personal items on eBay in 1998 and now runs her own eBay drop-off store. She believes anyone can succeed on eBay and her http://www.ebay-selling.info website has lots of additional free articles and information for becoming a successful seller.
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