Find Out MoreAs you can see from the below screen shot, I sold nine of the ten prints I listed for a total of $604.38! (click on the image to enlarge it)
After allowing for eBay and PayPal fees, the cost of the prints and mats, I banked a very cool profit of just over $400! Not bad for a few hours “work”!
You are excited at the thought of selling pieces of tattered paper for hundreds of dollars but the questions keep coming:
My new video series Print Sorcery is all about sharing my knowledge and experience to help you use eBay to supplement your day job or pension or even to grow your own full time business if that is what you want.
On the face of it, making money on eBay is simple, all you need to do is find out what sells well, negotiate a deal with a wholesaler to obtain inventory, list it and collect your money!
Of course it isn’t quite this simple, if it was we’d all be selling high end electronic goods and be making tens of thousands of dollars profit.
Competition drives down the prices of these consumer goods meaning that unless you can negotiate the very best deals with the manufacturers it is impossible to make a profit.
Most of the top selling niches on eBay are dominated by a few big players who make a profit despite selling at rock bottom prices because they leverage their huge buying power to negotiate the best deals directly with the manufacturers.
It is impossible for the little guy to break into this business because even if he could obtain a supply of inventory (which often he cannot) he can’t hope to beat or even match the prices paid by the big players.
So do you… Read more…