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Buying and Selling on Ebay

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Buying and selling online is time consuming and tedious. More and more people are moving away from it and this is making a great marketplace for young and retired folks to sell for others via consignment. Who knows it could be the next best thing. Many new Ebay sellers make one of two mistakes: either they overprice items to an unsellable extreme; or they lose money on every transaction by setting low starting prices with no restrictions.

Here are some ways to research and items and ways to sell on ebay:

1 - Garage Sales

2 - Storage Units

3 - Household Items

4 - Government Auctions

5 - Consignment

6 - Ebay

7 - Retail Inventory

8 - Flea Markets/Swap Meets

9 - Church Bazaars

10 Fairs and festivals

11 - Drop Ship

And finally, "Where do I find products to sell on eBay?" Here are some ideas to get you started.

Look at Home

When you first get started, it can be a little unnerving. The best option is to start by looking around the house. Think you can advertise them on the Internet.

Collectibles

Big sellers on eBay are collectibles such as coins. Anything that will move up in value would fall in this category.

Consumables

This popular category would include anything that people use and then would need to buy again such as lotions, perfumes, camera film, candles, etc.

Information Products

In this category, you would sell anything that can be sent on a CD or floppy disc or downloaded from the Internet. This is another popular category.

Hobby into Profit

Take care and enjoy

Lynn Shalton is the owner of http://www.eazyauctions.ca and helps people learn about ebay and all its wonderful ways.

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