January 16, 2009

Looking for Items to Sell on Auction Sites

Many people sell items on Ebay as a business, in fact since Ebay started thousands of people have quit their normal day jobs and have become full time auction site sellers. If you would like to supplement your income or even completely replace your day job with a flexible and profit producing auction site business here are some tips on finding great items that sell.

Most people would love to sell on Ebay, but don't know the first thing about what to sell. For many people that would love to have an auction site business the only thing that is stopping them are items to sell, here are some easy ways to find the right items to sell.

The great part about Ebay is that all the information is out there on their pages. Want to know what is selling, just search. You can spend your day searching around Ebay looking at items that are selling and these items can give you great ideas. Not only can you tell which items sell well, but you can see the prices that the items are selling for, how many times each day and when each day they are listing and what type of people are buying these items. Ebay is a treasure trove of great information just waiting to be analyzed.

You can also go to several services that analyze Ebay data and give you a specialized hot list of the top items being sold and special niches that are very profitable. You can also look on forums either at Ebay or around the web that talk about items to sell. So if you are looking for items to sell on Ebay, just do a little research and you are sure to find some great profit producing ideas.

1 comment:

DanielL said...

Check out Use.com They have a bunch of templates to choose from. You can post up to 100 full size images with no size or bandwidth restriction. The best part that is 100% free

It is pretty easy to use and the best part is that you can do things on the fly without knowing any HTML. Best thing is that you can save and reuse templates later on and their templates are both eBay and Craigslist compatible.

Worked for me and my images are not limited to what eBay or Craigslist offers plus I don't have to pay extra. Check it out and let me know what you think.