How to Find Things to Sell on eBay

I have said it many times that eBay is one of the quickest and easiest ways to make money online. Anyone can do it you don’t need any special skills and you don’t need any money. In this article I am going to give you some eBay selling tips about how to find things to sell on eBay. When people first thinking about selling their stuff on eBay some of the most common things I hear is that ‘I don’t have anything to sell’ or “No one would want to buy this junk” or “I don’t have time to learn how to sell stuff online”.

These are all excuses and are very big mistakes if you are wanted to make easy money online using eBay. EBay is one of the strangest market places I have ever witlessness, there truly is a buyer for just about anything, you just need to list it and see how it goes. For example some of my friends have sold used tennis shoes and half empty bottles of moisturizer on eBay so if you think no one would want to buy your stuff, all I can say – that is not your decision, let eBay decide that!

So once you have sold everything in your home and garage that you don’t want and all your unwanted Christmas presents how do you find more things to sell on eBay? There are many places you can find items, it really comes down to how much money do you want to make and how much money do you have to buy stock.

If you are just looking at making a few extra thousand a month or build up to something bigger then local garage sales and thrift stores are a great place to find items to sell. Almost every town has an auction house that auction off seized stolen goods from the police or stock from shops that have gone out of business. These are also great places you should be looking, you might want to do some research on eBay and other auction sites to see typically what some items sell for.

Strange as it is, it is even possible to buy from eBay and then resale again back on eBay for a nice profit. My good friend earns a great living by doing this, by selling vintage and high end watches. He knows a lot about vintage and high end watches and sends a lot of time on eBay. He has a great feedback rating and is not afraid to purchase overseas. When he stops a bargain he buys and then a week later or more he will relist it.

If you have the money to spend you might want to start importing goods from China at a great price and sell that on eBay, I have another friend who makes a great living selling fish tanks which he imports from China.

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