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Advice on selling Converse

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2 Jun 15 11:28:09 am
The labe says converse is a good product to sell. It has over 50 percent success rate and there are more buyers than sellers. I want to sell them on amazon, however there are hundreds of people selling converse on amazon and they have thousands of better ratings than me. Would that be a good idea? should i find something that not alot of people are selling on amazon but still have good numbers.?

Last edited by fudjj on 2 Jun 15 06:43:37 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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3 Jun 15 05:06:07 am
Hi Malik,

If you really want to compete with Amazon or eBay sellers, the best thing you can do is purchase those Converse shoes in lots! However, do note that wholesalers also sell on these platforms and you don't want to compete with their already low-priced items.

Another way of avoiding the competition is by selling on other auction sites. Craigslist is also a good place to sell if you live in the US. Also, SaleHoo has it’s own web store for a separate purchase Link hidden: Login to view .

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