What to begin with?

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russianczar
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14 Jun 06 03:22:07 am
Hello,
I have decided to beging building up money for my own business, so I thought resaling would be the way to go. What do you think I should start out with if I have about $500 to spend for start?

I live in New York City.

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jadzia1182
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14 Jun 06 03:26:51 am
I'd start with something you know. If you like to read and know a lot about books, then that would be a good place to get your feet wet.

Unless you can find a reliable dealer with authentic goods (and the authenticity can be verified), I'd stay away from designer clothes, shoes, etc.

Start with your interests and find a unique way to approach it.

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russianczar
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14 Jun 06 12:51:25 pm
Well I am really good with computers and electronics... but the market seems full and competition is pretty tight.

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centercorp
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17 Jun 06 04:44:30 am
Try going for the components. Cpu chips are ok, but things that people are less likely to compete in or there is a little less competition like RAM. Notebook memory is real good if you can get a good price. Ipex.com has good prices on memory. There is a good site as well called Pricewatch.com. I actually think that would be a great site for this site as well. Admin would you look into that?


-Benjamin

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luapmandragon
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21 Jun 06 10:55:33 pm
Try going for the components. Cpu chips are ok, but things that people are less likely to compete in or there is a little less competition like RAM. Notebook memory is real good if you can get a good price. Ipex.com has good prices on memory. There is a good site as well called Pricewatch.com. I actually think that would be a great site for this site as well. Admin would you look into that?


Omg don't use pricewatch that site was good like half a decade ago if not longer. If you want good prices, fast shipping and everything else you have to use Link hidden: Login to view it is hands down the best.

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centercorp
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21 Jun 06 11:23:18 pm
Ehh I do use newegg, but pricewatch is still my favorite for tech prices, not to mention the newest techs out there. Granted that sometimes it has the lowest price sand sometimes it doesnt, but thats why you shop around. Pricewatch continually updates their site and its always changing, I have strong loyalties to it.


-Benjamin

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