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Selling things for money on-line
I was reading last year about a challenging story that says you could earn over $20,000 a year by purchasing things to sell them on, so I chose to try. After previously purchasing and selling things on-line, I thought it was something I could do to earn additional money for my subsidiaries and myself. My goal was $2,000 a months, but in my 4th monthly period I generated over $10,000.
THAT I SOLD? Later I concentrated on skirtabilly clothes and makes that I loved, like cue and review, because they sold well, plus camp equipment, photo equipment, jackets and things I knew. WHERE' D I HAVE SOLD IT? N niche Facebook groups were the best place for the articles I sold, especially the Rockabilly clothes and photo equipment.
I' ve been looking up, buying, selling, groups on Facebook specifically for the articles, e.g. cameras kit, hell bunny, BSS rocksabilly, and joining the groups to enumerate them in as folks in these groups are looking for the articles you are selling. The Gumtree was great for campwear, furnishings and some cameras and finally I used eBay for some articles but tried it elsewhere because of the charges.
Opera stores, garages and even Facebook Marketplaces are all places where you can get articles for resale. Select articles that are inexpensive to list. When objects are collected, try to do it at a place other than home. Of course you can't do that with pieces of furnishings, but with other objects you can.
I finally sold so much in this house that the facility management made sure I was fine. If you place an ad, do it on an evenings when more persons are on-line and at work. Your chance of seeing objects will increase. Make good, clear photographs in daylight and give a clear explanation so folks can see what they are purchasing.
There are some folks who don't show up, many will try to bargain with the price, and the worse part is that you could be turned on to help selling things you don't want. Like when I had a pile of dresses on Gumtree, I had a bloke who contacted me and asked me to resell my lingerie after wearing it (I said no!), but it still shook me.
I have also noticed recently that 101 asked 101 queries while selling used to be faster and simpler. All in all, purchasing and selling on the Internet was a great side job for me. The Thrifty Issue is owned by Kylie Travers, a website that shows Aussies ways to make money and make savings.