How can you make money on e-bay?

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Generate qualified leads for an existing business.
A well-presented listing may result in only one winning bidder — but it will be seen by many more people than those who actually make a bid.

You can take advantage of this exposure by including a link to your website from your eBay About Me page (NOT from within your auction listing!). Then in your auction listing include a link to your About Me page.

  • Sell off your retail floor model items and returns for extra money. ...


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How can you make money on e-bay?

November 26, 2009

Are these true:

Generate qualified leads for an existing business.
A well-presented listing may result in only one winning bidder — but it will be seen by many more people than those who actually make a bid.

You can take advantage of this exposure by including a link to your website from your eBay About Me page (NOT from within your auction listing!). Then in your auction listing include a link to your About Me page.

  • Sell off your retail floor model items and returns for extra money. Keep the stock in your retail location or website fresh and new so you can sell it at full price. Use eBay to clear out items you need to discount.
  • Sell in-demand items purchased at yard sales and thrift stores. Check out eBay's "Completed Listings" to see what's popular, then scour local second-hand sales. You can also check out wholesalers to see if you can get these items at low cost.

  • Sell collectibles found at flea markets and estate sales. eBay originally started out as the place to buy collectibles... and these items are still very much in demand.

  • Resell items for a profit. You can often buy items for less on auction sites that don't get as much traffic (like uBid and Amazon Auctions). Then you can resell the same items on eBay for a profit!

  • Buy items offered in bulk on eBay and resell them individually. Single items sell at a higher price point than they would as part of a bulk package. So by listing these items individually, you can make a tidy profit.

  • Tap into international markets. Just because there isn't a market for something in your local area doesn't mean that there isn't one anywhere. With eBay, you can span geographical boundaries, so try selling these types of items worldwide.

  • Make a quick buck selling "fad" items. Take advantage of passing trends. We've all heard those stories about people going nuts and bidding thousands of dollars on items like Beanie Babies. If you do spot a trend, you'll have to be speedy if you want to take advantage of it, though. These trends tend to go as fast as they arrived!

 

 

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