by Hillary DePiano
Looking for some extra income? Dreaming of working from home? You’ve heard the success stories. You know there’s money to be made from selling online.
You could contract with wholesalers and manufacturers, fabricate your own products or scour flea markets and thrift shops for items to resell, but that’s the hard way. Wouldn’t you rather increase and diversify your inventory without wasting time and money on additional labor and expenses? Right now, there are businesses, families and individuals in your community with great stuff worth selling who’d love for you to sell it for them. Why not Sell Their Stuff?
It’s faster and easier than you could imagine to start a full or part-time consignment home-based business selling other people’s items on sites like eBay, Etsy, or even your own webstore as a Selling Assistant. Starting your own Selling Assistance service is versatile and one of the best work-from-home options for students, stay-at-home parents, retirees, or teachers looking for seasonal work and it’s an excellent way to fill a resume gap while job hunting unemployed. There’s little to no start-up costs, minimal set-up and it’s flexible enough to do on evenings and weekends as an additional source of income even with another job. Experienced sellers will also find that adding trading services to an existing e-commerce business can expand their customer base and make a big difference in their bottom line without a lot of extra work.
Stop wasting your valuable time hunting for inventory and let it come to you! Sell Their Stuff provides even the greenest beginner with detailed instructions and helpful tips on how to get started, find your customers, craft your terms and conditions, market your services, write your contracts and make your internet business a success! From a Top Rated eBay PowerSeller, Trading Assistant and multi-channel seller with two decades of Selling Assistant experience, Sell Their Stuff is packed with personal advice, questions to consider and tips for success from someone who’s been there.