I've been studying a lot lately about the best way to start an eBay clothing business. However, I didn't wanna just jump right in without doing any research. This isn't really the first time I've attempted an eBay business. I've failed many times in the past but I'm determined to succeed this time. Over the past several weeks, I've been putting in a good amount of research on clothing brands, and I'm sure I could make some good money selling clothes. I've even invested in all the supplies I need to get myself started. I just purchased some poly mailers (for garments under 13oz, so you can sell first class), a printer, clear bags, flat rate envelopes, some tape, an umbrella kit, a tripod, a postal scale, an HD digital camera, and I even got myself a mannequin. I'm really serious about it this time. It's all or nothing for me at this point. I've put in a good $250 on all the supplies and I'm sure I'll succeed. I know what brands to look out for and now that I'm older, I have a much better understanding of how to go about doing this. So to any of you who've been a successful eBay clothing seller, I have a series of questions for you. What is your success rate selling clothes on eBay? And how often do you crank out listings? Like, how many a day? Say you list 10 shirts a day, how much out of that sell? And when they do, how do you judge your profit? Also, how much do you sell before buying new inventory? That's another thing, most people tend to buy way more then they can sell. I'm trying to really not be one of those people. So say you list 10 items a day, how much profit would you make at the end of the week? And when do you know if it's time to increase your listing volumes? Like, how do you find out when it's time to start doubling or tripling your listing rates? I'd really appreciate some advice and tips. Any and all advice is appreciated.