Wednesday, 23 July 2008

eBay Trading

Do you know of someone who hasn't heard of eBay? If you do they must have been on the moon for quite a while now. Ebay is a household name; 10 years ago, who would have thought that an online auction site would be as big as it is now. If only I'd thought of it then!

Why is it so big?

People like bargains, they like getting good value for money and that's what eBay does. People also like the idea of making a little income, it is a win win situation with eBay. Added to this is the fact that it is a fun way to shop with a degree of buzz and excitement about it. With auctions being addictive and eBay is no exception, once hooked it become a passion.

The World's biggest Online Marketplace now has over one million registered users in the UK. This means that there is bound to be someone who'll pay for something you want to sell.

The best way to get started is look for stuff you don't want such as clothes old CDs toys etc. This way you will make a clear profit on everything you sell. From thereon you might want to move up to buying in bulk and selling individual item. You can even buy in bulk on eBay so you don't even have to search far.

Just like blogging people tend to trade in stuff they like, if they have a passion for fishing they will sell fishing related stuff. It helps if you can write a good load of information about the product you sell, this gives more confidence to buyers which is why it is useful to know a bit about the products.

There are thousands who make a living from eBay sales and countless more who just use it for that extra income. How much time you put into it is down to you, you do not have a boss. That's the beauty of it, you are your own boss.

I wold highly recommend having a look at this means of Dosh 4 U as it is a lucrative business and the ideals behind it are geared to recycling, something that has a 'green' appeal.

Check the site out, even if you don't trade it's fun to surf.

1 comment:

ozzie said...

I have an eBay account and keep meaning to get started selling. Thanks for the reminder. Maybe I'll start real soon.