What are the most profitable items that you can sell at Ebay, that you can make

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  1. J.P. Gardie profile image59
    J.P. Gardieposted 8 years ago

    What are the most profitable items that you can sell at Ebay, that you can make yourself?

    Does anyone have any great ideas?

  2. umairabid profile image55
    umairabidposted 8 years ago

    Electronics specially iphoe ipade PSP etc these are the most selling items you can also verify it from the suppliers of wholesalepages.co.uk

  3. uradginny profile image60
    uradginnyposted 7 years ago

    sell anything on ebay and you have to pay the below charges

    The seller lists the items for sale, however the online sellers are subject to the below common charges..

    1. Final value fees @ 4%
    2. Payment gateway fees (for receiving money) @ 4%.

    so anything you sell your net profit is reduced.

    to sell online and earn more net profit, you should get a price higher than your selling price. Now here I am not saying that you charge that to the buyer. the buyer should be paying a price lower than your selling price. this way your buyers will be happy with you.

    So here I am saying that you get a price higher than your selling price while the buyer pays a price lower than the selling price.

    Its like making two ends meet. yes this is possible on www.bestebazaar.com

    sell anything on bestebazaar.com and you will get more net profit - get more than your selling price , while buyers pay lower than the selling price.

  4. JP993 profile image90
    JP993posted 7 years ago

    I've written a article on this. Electronics being the most profitable market is a miss conception. Clothing Shoes and Accessories is ebays biggest market.

    Any reason why you want to make something yourself? I went down this route and it is much easier selling other peoples  products.

    You could write your own short ebooks with your affiliate links inside them and sell them cheaply and give buyers resell rights.

    Whoops i just let the cat out the bag.

 
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