How and Where to Locate the Merchandise to Sell on eBay
information you need to know from the experts who do it every day.
Entrepreneurs in record numbers are setting up shop on eBay, according to a new
survey conducted for eBay by ACNielsen Media Research International. More than 724,000
Americans report that eBay is their primary or secondary source of income. In
addition to these professional eBay sellers, another 1.5 million individuals say
they supplement their income by selling on eBay.
In the last six months of 2005, eBay members in the United States sold merchandise
worth approximately $10.6 billion. As you can see, finding the customers is not a
problem locating quality items to sell, is the challenge. So what do you do when
you are done cleaning out your closet and attics? Where do you find the merchandise
you need to sell on eBay? That s precisely what this new book is about.
This book show you where to find products that you can buy for a few cents on the
dollar and resell for massive profits! This book is intended for online sellers who
want to build a business that can be increased over time by selling primarily new
merchandise in quantity.
Where to Get Items to Sell on eBay:
• Drop Shippers
• Flea Markets
• Yard Sales
• Church Bazaars
• Local Newspaper
• Estate Auctions
• Trade Shows
• Direct Manufacturers
• Internet Wholesalers
• eBay Itself as a Source
• Customer returns
• and many more.
In short you will learn to become a product sourcing pro and make money on eBay
with products including: clothing, mixed lots, electronics, tools, furniture, general
mixed merchandise, domestics, housewares, antiques, books, shoes, jewelry, toys,
gifts, sporting goods, hardware, and much more.