Decluttering is the one of the most hating job that I would want to do as a last thing of anything! Although you can make money by selling the items that are still in a good state, finding a plaform to sell them quickly is the hardest job.
I buy a lot from eBay but never thought about selling anything as I always had it in mind that selling is not that easy as I think! There were a few offers from eBay for a no fee selling but I never had the guts to go on and sell something until I received some easy instructions and guidance from someone who could help me initiate the process.
Listing an item is easy with just 4 steps
The listing process is 4 simple steps. Of course, the more information you provide, the more helpful it is to the potential buyer:
Snap it – Treat the pic of your item like a selfie. Have good lighting and make sure you take several shots
Write it – Use keywords to write a description of your item that is interesting, informative, and of course, honest!
Price it – Have you got a price in mind? Choose buy it now. If not, have fun with it and see what you can make with an auction style sale
Post it – Want them to come to you? Choose local pick up. Happy to post it? Then do exactly that
eBay gives sellers the chance to fund new items or experiences by selling the stuff you no longer need. It’s also great for those who care about having things that aren’t used/loved: – items get a new lease of life! If you don’t love it, someone else will. And decluttering leads to clear space, clear mind!
When I started, I didn’t know about the eBay App – But it is such an easy thing to do and you can sell on the go and with millions of buyers on eBay ready and waiting, there’s no better place for you to sell than eBay.
The video below must be of a great help to give you some tips.
If you find any problems ith selling, please use the eBay help pages.
Although the two items I listed are still on the eBay market awaiting to be sold, I am sure they will sure be gone!
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