Are you just using Ebay? Is Amazon worth the try?

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dreamer148
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12 Jul 06 09:01:38 pm
Hello
I just wanted some advice on anyone that sells things on Amazon. For what I have seen some products sell for more on Amazon than on Ebay. I love Ebay and it is a great money maker, but I would like to know how it has gone for people selling on Amazon. Are their selling fees high? Just wondering cause I thought I might give it a shot and list some stuff. That way I have twice the chance of selling my items on both Ebay and Amazon. Just a thought, let me know if you have tried this and how it went for you. Thanks ;)
-Aida

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mslilly
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12 Jul 06 11:19:30 pm
Not sure, good question though. I've never used Amazon. Keeping up with Ebay is enough for me ....lol.

I was thinking of Ioffer - but just haven't had the chance to learn it there yet.

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alvaradoauctionco
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13 Jul 06 07:13:02 am
Amazon.. sell books..

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mslilly
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13 Jul 06 12:30:30 pm
Ha, Amazon sells everything! :)

Lots of good deals to on used books!

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dreamer148
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14 Jul 06 10:03:22 pm
Well Im selling digital cameras and theres a lot on amazon and they are selling for higher prices than on ebay. So um yeah I was thinking I should try listing there. PLUS there are no fees until your item sells, or so I heard. I'm just not really familiar with the format and how to set it all up to start selling, but I might just find out one of these days. I know a LOT of people use Ebay to shop but Amazon is also an option, and I think it would give me a better chance if I had listings on both sites just in case.

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