How To Make Money From eBay

Everyone knows what eBay is. However, have you truly examined how eBay could help you out financially. Moolr have taken a look at how to get the most out of eBay, both as a seller and buyer. Thus you will be better placed to know how to make money from eBay.

Clever Purchasing

This guide is not just about selling items to make money. No, you can make money, in a way, with more efficient purchasing. Think of most things you buy, and it’s probably on eBay, for less money. OK, maybe not fresh food, but a wealth of other items. If you are not in a rush for an item, you can often buy it at its cheapest from abroad. Use sellers with a good rating for peace of mind.

Examples of things I have bought in the past year include DVDs, fish food,m batteries, pet accessories, books, printer toner, perfume and even an ankle brace!

Buy To Sell?

If you are looking to earn a few extra pennies and have the time to spare, consider buying an item in bulk, and selling in smaller quantities for a profit, This is a simple way to make a bit of money. There is a wholesale section on the site, or if you have a particular item in mind, simply search for it.

Use Mistakes To Locate A Bargain

not every seller is thorough when listing an item. An item selling for no set price that has a spelling mistake in it may not get the attention it should as a result, so you may be able to grab a bargain. Have a go with some common spelling mistakes and see what comes up.

Sell Unwanted Items

Everyone has unwanted items. As a general rule, if I have not looked at something in my house for over a year (and definitely over two), then I neither need or want the item. It might as well be sold, and your home will look better for it afterwards. Some items may not make you much, but in the same way that you can earn via a car boot sale, it soon adds up to a tidy sum.

Occasional Deals

Look out for eBay’s occasional deals, when they will offer a percentage off pretty much everything on the site. This is a good time to get those purchases made, and make money in the process.