How To Find Products To Sell On Ebay
How and where to locate the merchandise to sell on ebay has really helped me to boost my sales and profits on ebay. Before i read this book I was struggling to make a profit. It truly opened my eyes on places to find merchandise. I will take the time to reveal some of the resources the book reveals. These are the ones I personally use the most of course.
Liquidation.com is a online wholesale auction website where you can buy products from a range of small quantities to truckloads in auction format. I have personally used this website a few times to turn a profit on ebay. I actually currently selling designer silk ties I purchased from that website for about $1.50 each and reselling them for $15.95 and they are actually selling. Just make sure you buy popular brands and make sure there is enough margin. I normally do my research before I buy. I check out the completed listings to see the final sale prices on ebay before I buy anything there.
2. The Salvation Army
I love the salvation army for deals on clothing and accessories. Thrift stores are very good. I recently bought a used Nike t-shirt there for $1.15 and resold it for $13.00. There are many clothing that are used but look almost like new. It's on of the best resources to use if you are going to sell clothing. It really works. It works for me.
There are many goodwill stores that sell stuff by the pound. To me these are like ebay heaven for a seller. I have found designer purses used. Good quality like new clothing that will sell and also books and CDs. The one near my house sells at $1.39 a pound. A pound is probably like two t-shirts depending on the size of course. If it's a name brand one you can resell for more than 10 times what you paid for it. I usually carry my smart phone with me so I can check ebay completed listings. That way I know what a good find is.