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I'm new and not sure where to start!!


zenya173
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18 Sep 08 03:54:18 am
Hi every-one,
I am new to Salehoo and after a few 'paid disappointments', I am hoping to at least make my money back.
I have started selling personal items from home on ebay and have only sold 2 things for 99cents each! My hope with this package I will find a couple items to start me off. Does anyone know where/what I can get to either put on ebay or keep struggling trying to build a website.
I have been studying and trying but with a million thoughts, not one is becoming truly clear!
Idea: mobile phone sold on my ebay, make some thing to bring a little hope back, then build a base to thrive on.

I appreciate any help you can give me. I am in Australia also and I hear that it is a little difficult to get going??

Thank you all,
Zenya


fudjj
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21 Sep 08 01:01:23 am
Hit the weekend markets, thrift shops and local garage sales. You will find these an excellent source of secondhand products that will be inexpensive to buy, and provide you with a good opportunity to test market on ebay


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amronjbh
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24 Sep 08 05:21:46 pm
I have a website but I haven't started selling any thing because I'm not sure what to sell. I've been looking for a niche product but I can't seem to make up my mine...help! I like kitchenware items. But I don't know if this would be the right time to sell these items since we are in a bad economy. Should you build a website around one niche product or can you have more than one item, because I really like a few products. I like to cook so I like kitchenwares, I like to read, so I like books, I drink tea, so I like tea type products. Anyone got any ideas???????

Sincerely,

Norma
Georgia


fudjj
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24 Sep 08 10:47:41 pm
I have a website but I haven't started selling any thing because I'm not sure what to sell. I've been looking for a niche product but I can't seem to make up my mine...help! I like kitchenware items. But I don't know if this would be the right time to sell these items since we are in a bad economy. Should you build a website around one niche product or can you have more than one item, because I really like a few products. I like to cook so I like kitchenwares, I like to read, so I like books, I drink tea, so I like tea type products. Anyone got any ideas???????

Sincerely,

Norma
Georgia


If you are fortunate to find more than one niche product then you would be considered lucky. Most people struggle to find the illusive niche products that are seemingly well hidden these days.

I think it's quite smart to start off with products you feel comfortable with, if they are from a field that you are passionate about, then you can use that passion in your marketing.


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