30 Tips For Buying And Selling Clothes On eBay Like A Champion
Look at that pile of crap in your room. Look at it. Get your shit together and sell it.
When making your eBay account, make sure you don’t reuse any passwords.
Now that you have a nice and secure eBay account, the first thing you should do is buy stuff to get some feedback.
Know your measurements.
If you're looking for a bargain or a vintage gem, it is best to be as broad as possible in the search.
Next, refine your search results by choosing your sizes.
Lastly, sort the search results.
Or, it is a case of finding the ~magic search term~.
If you're looking for one specific item, be prepared to play the waiting game.
Read the whole description and ask questions.
Don't hesitate to ask sellers if they're willing to end the auction early for you.
Avoid wholesale items.
Keep in mind the feedback of the seller.
Or, bid incrementally over a long period to deter other possible bidders.
When you bid, bid a precise number.
Keep in mind the postage times.
After you have some feedback, start photographing your stuff to sell!
Buy postage bags in bulk.
Be as accurate as possible when describing your item.
Bear in mind the time you list your items.
List as many items as possible at once.
Always post by a tracked service, and as soon as possible.
Always keep your proof of postage.
You don't have to use Royal Mail.
Keep up communication with the buyer.
If a buyer simply doesn't pay for the item they've bought, contact them first.
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