How do you research your eBay merchandise before listing it? Do you watch other ebayers, use Terapeak, or scan the completed listings? Jay and Mikey discuss what tools they like to use, don’t use and would really like someone to invent. Figuring out price and keywords is definitely an art. Learn more about it in the episode.
Mikey sold some real animal bones for some real dough on his eBay store!
Jay and Mikey discuss what’s going in their stores and the eBay world at large this week. Jay went on vacation and sold some stuff while thrifting in Florida. Mikey and Wendy broke 1,000 items in their store. Jay and Mikey are now interested in the extreme early retirement scene. Jay talks about living without health insurance after cutting his hand. eBay is still fighting the online sales tax, but just how will that work out? Tune in to learn more.
eBay as a lifestyle allows us a lot of freedom. We get to do other things like grow food!
Wendy and Mikey talk about what it’s like living the eBay scavengers lifestyle. Sitting on the beach, but still selling stuff. Visiting new places and having the perfect excuse to explore a city through yard sales. Living in the waste stream can be extremely fun, satisfying and profitable.
Even selling stuff that’s broken can be a success on eBay. Full disclosure is the key!
Mikey and Wendy get real honest about what they should keep and what they should sell on eBay when they open their tool shed and it’s filled up to the hilt. So far, so good- they’ve been selling tools, even broken ones, for a good profit. That’s the beauty of eBay, it’s one of the best recycling resources in the world.