I mean...every once in awhile you will come across a bag that you feel like you have to keep!...but usually, unless you are an avid collector and like lots of options, things are no longer "in" and you have to throw out the old. Well...this is the best way that I can find to justify upgrading!
So, I say to you ladies (and men) - clean out your closets! You never know where you have $20, $100, or even $1000 laying around. Maybe it will fill up your gas tank one week, or pay for your next massage...either way - it's lucrative!
Here are my final tips:
- Use delivery confirmation - it will save your butt if someone tries to say they didn't receive an item
- Only upload 1-2 images of an item to save money on listing the item - if someone wants more detailed photos tell them to ask you and you can e-mail them
- Be Honest - if you have a blemish, a rip, or a tear on something tell someone. That way you will maintain good feedback. If you can document the "defect" that's even better!
- Start Low - if you've never purchased on ebay before...than you may not realize the bidding wars people get into. If you want to make a certain amount on something, set the reserve price. However, if you are just selling a pair of jeans...start it at $5 or $10...you'd be surprised how fast it will go to $50!
- Be fair on shipping - To entice buyers, many sellers offer free shipping or flat shipping. Try to be fair. If it's only going to cost you $10 than charge $10. And always ask international buyers to inquire. There is a big difference between shipping to Paris, Illinois than Paris, France!
And as always, I'm here as your ebay expert!
Good Luck and Happy Shopping,