What to Sell on eBay - 7 REAL Tips for Finding Successful Products

Written by Matt Blasses

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  • Beware of seasonal items. Christmas decorations may sell well from October until December, but no one will be buying them in April. If you will be selling seasonal items, make sure you know when their season ends, and don't get stuck with a lot of leftover products.
  • Fads can be great money-makers for short periods of time, but after that, good luck getting rid of them. Think of Beanie Babies, Tickle Me Elmo and Cabbage Patch Kids. All of these fads enjoyed phenomenal sales due to their intense popularity. Afterrepparttar boom, however, sales (and prices) dropped immediately. Riderepparttar 143398 waves of popular items, but beware of their life-cycle. Prepare forrepparttar 143399 end ofrepparttar 143400 fad, even as you are beginningrepparttar 143401 selling.
  • Bring something unique torepparttar 143402 marketplace. This seems difficult - and it can be. If you have access to something unique, such as a specialized book, health product or computer program that other sellers don't have license for, your products will be in demand. This tip is worth putting some time into. Think of ways to obtain such products, or modify existing ones (But be sure of your rights to do so!).
  • Sell what is in demand. Coins, stamps and other collectibles are always in demand. They are easy to buy and easy to sell and ship. If you spend time researchingrepparttar 143403 ones that sellrepparttar 143404 best, forrepparttar 143405 most profit, you can do very well in this area. Try to come up with unique ways of presenting these items as well.
  • Hopefully these tips will get you started. Always keep in mind that uniqueness seems to berepparttar 143406 key to eBay success. Even if you're selling existing and plentiful items, come up with a unique way of selling or packaging them, and you may just findrepparttar 143407 next winner.

    Good luck, and happy selling!

    Matt Blasses is the author of the groundbreaking ebook "How to Get Rich Buying and Selling Stamps on eBay - Even if you don't know anything about stamps."

    This ebook is available for immediate download at www.stampebook.com

    Is it a Real Business or a Hobby?

    Written by Dan Milam

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    5 ways to build your business:

    1.Write informative newsletters with Tips and Ideas and most important, describe your business to get your subscribers to click through and visit your website every time they read your newsletter.

    2.Start an email campaign by advertising your newsletter to build a subscriber list. Use an autoresponder for this and then have your newsletter delivered on weekly intervals to your subscribers.

    3.Be onrepparttar look out for new and informative ideas and add that content to your website, so your subscribers will come back to see what is “New”.

    4.Write articles about your business or ideas you have that may be of interest to others. Post your article(s) to websites, so readers will click through to your site for your newsletter and build your relationships.

    5.Be personal with your subscribers and not just a pitch man selling junk. Be helpful to anyone that has questions. Be a coach, a teacher and a friend.

    The fun is just beginning. Build your business as fast as you fell comfortable. Look for forums and work groups that discuss online businesses and you will find many helpful people.

    Dan Milam operates www.HomeBiz-USA.com, to discover how to build your own successful online business, Sign up for my newsletter and get helpful online support.

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