Get Started Making Money on eBay and Create a Second Income from Home
How to Sell on eBay Step by Step
- Are you having trouble making ends meet?
- Could you use some extra cash?
- Are you living from paycheck to paycheck?
- Do you need a second income?
- Do you want to make some money to go on vacation? Pay off some bills?
- Or do you just want to work from home in your pajamas?
Have you asked yourself these or similar questions? If so, then learning how to sell on eBay may be just the ticket.
But eBay can be challenging. I know, because when I first started using it years ago, I was baffled by the options, screens and, well, everything else. For the longest time, I avoided the site because it was just too confusing and seemingly difficult. However, over time, I learned it eBay actually isn't difficult to use, it's very powerful, and you can make a lot of money if you know what you're doing and have items to sell.
Once I figured it out and was earning a nice income, I decided to write a book that led people, step-by-step, through eBay so they can get started and also earn some income.
One of the Best Second Income Ideas is Selling on eBay
Looking for part-time employment in order to help make ends meet is challenging and it may be even be impossible for those with children or disabilities. In any event, working multiple jobs is challenging and exhausting. Sometimes, though, the extra money is required, and the sacrifices must be made.
In my life, I needed to make extra money. but couldn't go out and get another job. I had to find something to solve my dilemma
Discover how to begin selling on EBay without spending any money on inventory, using good product descriptions, photos and titles to get customers to look at your products and make purchases.
You CAN make a second income by selling your own clutter on EBay, then expanding your new income by purchasing small, valuable items from local thrift stores, dollar markets and swap meets.
I know this, because that's what I've done.
In this book, I'll tell you exactly what steps you need to perform.
- What needs to be done BEFORE you start selling
- The research you need to do to become acquainted with EBay
- What kind of products you can sell, generally choosing merchandise in your own home that you no longer need
- How to keep your vital feedback score high so you attract new customers
- How to ship
- What kinds of products cause problems in shipping
* What to do when your products don't sell
And many more valuable tips and essential information. I’ve covered everything you need, from the pitfalls, the problems, and things to look out for! I’ll hold your hand and have you up and running quick.
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In six months, I made $7,500 by selling merchandise on EBay; even better, I already owned everything I sold. I made this extra income by clearing out my closets, dressers, desk drawers, bookshelves, and so forth, listing products that I had purchased years before and no longer needed or wanted.
All of these things were taking up valuable space in my home, and, on the whole, they were still worth quite a bit of money. Even though I no longer needed or wanted all of this clutter, I felt there would be quite a few people out there who find my undesired belongings valuable.
The purpose of this book is to pass along the lessons that I learned while selling my stuff on EBay and, at the same time, making a little bit of extra income. This money helped pay off a few credit cards, and made the budget a little less tight. The companion book to this volume, Make Money by Decluttering Your Home, goes into detail about how to convert your clutter into cash. A third volume, Make Money Using the Internet to Build a Second Income and Create your Own Business, gives you other ways to increase your income while working from home.
Once I had taken the leap into EBay, I decided to expand my efforts by finding merchants that would sell me merchandise to resell. These included local flea markets, swap meets, sales at department stores, and so forth. Even specials on web sites such as Amazon can serve as sources for merchandise to resell on EBay at a good price and reasonable profit.