10 Posts That Will Help Your eBay Business

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eBay business

What’s going on, everyone? I hope that things are going well for you. As you know, eBay is one of my favorite side hustles. I started selling items here and there. Now I have a full-fledged eBay store that has over 220 items at the time of this writing. One of my goals is to help other people make money with eBay. I believe that anyone can make money by flipping items. They just have to get past their fears and start.

This site has all kinds of eBay articles. I decided to make a quick round-up post that features 1o of them. Let’s get started with the first one.

Posts to Help Your eBay Business

100 Best Things to Sell on eBay

In this post, I go over 100 different items that you can sell on eBay. There are more than 100 things that you can sell on eBay, but this list stops at 100. I didn’t want to overwhelm you. It includes shoes, jackets, clothes, electronics, and more.

Where to Get Inventory for eBay?

In this post, I go over different places where you can go to get inventory to sell on eBay. There are several stores that you’ve probably heard of that are mentioned in this post. I’m sure many of them are located in your city.

EBay Case Study: Starbucks City Mugs

I’ve heard about how good Starbucks City Mugs sold on eBay for years. I had never found any at the thrift stores until 2016. In the case study, I discuss what happened when I saw the mugs and what I did right after. I also share how much I sold them for.

Top Items I Sell on eBay

What may sell for one person may not move for you. In this post, I list the top items that I’ve been selling. I wrote this post in March 2016. For the most part, it’s still accurate. I’ve added some more items to the list in the last few years. It’s all about growing the business and finding more items that sell.

8 eBay Buying Tips That You Can Use Today

This next post doesn’t have anything to do with selling. It has to do with buying. If you’re like me, you’ve purchased some things on eBay before in the past. If you can, check out these eight tips that will help you with buying.

How to Sell on eBay for Beginners

A few years ago, I wrote this beginner guide on how to sell things on eBay. The guide has info that will help anyone if they are interested in signing up for an eBay account. If you are looking for a place to start, this is a must-read post.

What Doesn’t Sell on eBay?

Believe it or not, everything does not sell on eBay. There have been many times where I’ve had items just sit. I had a couple of things sit for a year or longer and eventually took them down. In this post, I share with you the items that did not sell for me.

What to Sell on eBay: 45 Items to Flip Now

In this post, I go over 45 items you can flip now. I’ve sold most of the items that are listed in this post. I have included pictures of each item.

3 Simple Ways to Get Shipping Boxes

In this post, I share with you three simple ways to get shipping boxes. It’s easier than you think to get boxes for items. These ways will help you save money which is always a good thing.

7 Places to Get Inventory for eBay

Finally, I share with you seven different locations to get inventory for eBay. There are some different places than the other article that is listed above. You can never have too many places to source from.

Hopefully, these posts will help you get started with your eBay business. Take the time to read them and take notes if you need to.

For even more help, check out my free eBay For Starters webinar. I get tons of questions about eBay and flipping items online. I decided to record a 30-minute webinar that goes over the basics. Sign up for access today.

I also released the course “How to Make Money in Your Spare Time With eBay.” If you are looking to start selling things on eBay, this course will help you. For more information, go here.

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  1. This is super useful Jason! I nearly got in the game last Friday. I went to a garage sale where this guy had a ton of super old stuff. I spent probably 30 minutes looking around and looking stuff up on eBay. Unfortunately when I asked for pricing on his 1940s time magazines I decided to cut my losses – this guy was clearly not trying to get rid of anything for less than the top of the market. I decided then that estate sales are probably the way to go if I want to get lucky on some really old stuff. People need to WANT to part with it!

    1. I think that you will be selling before the year is over.

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