how much do you earn on ebay and amazon

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  1. mhd051 profile image53
    mhd051posted 7 years ago

    hello every one....i just opened few retail shops on different website like ebay,ubid, ebid etc....my question to you is how much do you earn maximum and minimum per day....

    1. WryLilt profile image91
      WryLiltposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      The type of money we earn through these is completely different to the type you're talking about.

      YOU have to actually physically sell, upload and mail the items to buyers, as well as promote them. And once you've sold one thing, you need to start all over again on the next item.

      WE simply write a bunch of stuff, add a few pictures of Amazon items and a lot of us don't do anything after that.

      And after we start getting traffic, items sell and we don't have to worry about shipping or anything - in fact the longer the hub does nothing, the more it can earn!

      Last month I earnt $75 from hubs I ignored, which is about $1000 of items sold.

      1. mhd051 profile image53
        mhd051posted 7 years agoin reply to this

        ya i m talking about like do any one here own a shop on ebay and amazon how much do they earn on average depending upon product....

        1. WryLilt profile image91
          WryLiltposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          I don't own a shop anywhere. I just have an Amazon affiliate account.

          I simply link my affiliate ID on hubpages, and then insert the URLs of products I wish to advertise in my hubs. For this month of December I've sold almost 50 items that way.

          Commission starts at 4% but jumps up to 6% after 7 sales and can go anywhere up to 8.5% on most items if you are a power seller (with some rare exceptions getting 15%)

          1. mhd051 profile image53
            mhd051posted 7 years agoin reply to this

            gr8 gr8 :)but by selling own stuff can earn u a lot i thnk sooo smile

            1. American_Choices profile image77
              American_Choicesposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              A friend promotes Market America where she as an attorney has basically her own online store.

              Selling stuff is different than promoting.  It is all a matter of priorities.

  2. profile image0
    Helpful Hannaposted 7 years ago

    I have a friend who makes a living off of selling things on-line.  It can be done, but it's a lot of work upfront and throughout.

 
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