For informational products, you should look for getting as much price as you can out of whatever informational product you sell.
The idea is to try to get around $3 to $10 bucks per eBook. Sounds like too high, if you see all the low prices on eBay, but if you do a search, check the "completed items" box, click on the "Price" row at the top of the results, so that the highest priced shows first, you will see, they do sell for $3 to $10 bucks by the "good" sellers.
There are bad sellers, who will sell them for $0.10. Ignore them. Just because someone sells the same thing for 10 cents, does not mean you can't sell it for $4 bucks. I do it all the time.. Look at my powerselling coaching! Many will try to sell their service for $50 and even as low as $20. But, I sell mine at $100 and allow for offers. And, I think I probably sell more than the others..
So, with any product, the trick is to get the highest price anyone is WILLING to spend.. You can look at the history of previous orders for similar products by checking the "completed items" check box on the left and clicking the button to show the results.. This will give you a good idea of what any item can sell for. I just look for the highest price and put mine just under it or around it..
With clothes, you can buy pallets full of salvage clothes for rock bottom prices..
SALVAGE / OVERSTOCK / RETURNS:
Basically, you can buy returns, overstocks, etc from chain stores and mall stores like Sears, JC Pennys, etc.
Batteries and Computer ink, you will want to look for Wholesale Lots on eBay or look on the surplus websites.. For surplus/salvage websites just goto Google.com and type in such terms: surplus, salvage, batteries, pallets, etc..
Simply go to any main category on www.ebay.com
, such as "DVDs" and then find the subcategory "Wholesale Lots". In there, you will find product in lots of 50, 100, you name it..
The trick is to not bid on the glamorous auctions at the top of the page, but the auction on the bottom that no one clicks on. Often, those are the real deals, where you can turn around and make a real profit selling each item individually..
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Hi thanks for taking the time to coach me I was looking over your website
and found some good information some I knew and a lot I didnít I am not %100
sure of the product I want to sell but I have an idea I want to sell 3
different kinds of products informational because I can generate the product
my self and it is easy to ship 2nd clothes because I have had good
experience with selling some of my stuff and 3rd consumable things like
batteries and computer Ink because the consumer will need to come back for
more if you could give me some good recourses for those items that will be
great I have a lot of access to the internet especially at work I run a
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spend about 80% of my time surfing the internet I am in the process of
buying a laptop in the next 2 weeks and hope to start getting into selling
serious on eBay I donít want to bother you to much but you have the
experience I lack could you help me come up with a game plan based on the
products I want to sell