If you were to try and source a product to sell on eBay, what would you look for?

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If you were to try and source a product to sell on eBay, what would you look for?

  • Something you know?
  • Something you can buy cheap?
  • Items at a garage sale?
  • Merchandise imported by container full from china with questionable branding and associated return nightmares?

Seriously, these are a few of the numerous opinions offered by a bevy of self appointed eBay "experts"...

So... Whats the plan? How do you find something to sell on eBay? How do you find a hot niche, a repeatable product with little risk of warranty problems and a high rate of return?

You can do some research... on eBay, on Terapeak, even via Google... All good ideas and great places to look...

Or....

You can do what this young man in Hawaii (Keoka64) seems to have done, without listening to any of the eBay gurus...

Most Watched Listing on eBay

That's right, that long sales letter, seemingly poorly written and photographed listing is the most watched item on eBay. And it is not a fluke. This listing, or one just like it has been at the top of the list for more days than I can count....

Whats the secret?

What is Keoka64 selling?

What is Keoka 64 selling? Read More...

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One Response to If you were to try and source a product to sell on eBay, what would you look for?

  1. auctionwally January 14, 2008 at 8:01 pm #

    As an auctioneer and antiques dealer I’m always looking for good quality house lots and estate finds to purchase in bulk and resell on eBay.

    There is a challenge with every product, for example, the challenge with dropshipping is competing with all of the people that have the same product for sale.

    On my end, my items are pretty easy to sell, but the callenge people in the collectibles & antiques market face is finding enough treasures to resell.

    25 years of buying from estates and on the second hand market, fortunately has sharpened buying skills.

    Great site, I’ll stop by again.

    Auctionwally

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