All the sites mentioned use the same servers originating with Artsnow who is the main server. They rent out server space for a monthly fee to all of us.
There are over 2000 sellers on eBay who use this service. Though I am ramping up the retail end of my website I concentrate on service to resellers. You are welcome to sign on with a free 30 day trial and do some test runs. You can order mouse pads for 2.99 as a reseller. I suggest doing 2 or 3 test runs to friends and family and get feedback on quality and ship times.
The one problem with this business is ship time. On the average it takes 12 to 18 business days for delivery. But as long as the seller is completely transparent in describing the shipping there are normally no issues.
DWMgoods is presently a reseller and is making some good steady income. I won't say how much but I was pretty impressed with his numbers this month. He still hasn't reached a ceiling and has been Mr. steady in his sales over the past few months.
If I told you the numbers from all my sellers you might reconsider. They don't
have to store or ship or build product. They simply make the design, post to eBay and process orders.
Now I'm simplifying this a little. If you ask DWM he'll probably tell you it was some work to get where he is at now but its definitely getting more simple and streamlined. The key is to have a good amount of regular items, maybe two hundred, then a steady increase of a couple new ones a week.
If you come on board at Link hidden: Login to view I will send you out a new reseller primer. Its a two or three page new seller instructional. The other benefit to my service is you have someone who will answer your questions right here on Salehoo and someone who has English as their first language.
You really have very little to lose. Its free to try the service and 3$ to test run
a mouse pad that you might like.