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newbie question ,where to find products to sell on ebay?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by just84, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. just84

    just84 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I like to start selling in ebay but i need to know where i can find the products to sell i need to find new products not listed in ebay ?
     
  2. B.O.S.S

    B.O.S.S Power Member

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    What niche are you interested in?
     
  3. Desertfox

    Desertfox Regular Member

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    its gonna get prety **** hard finding products NOT alreay listed on ebay...
    you can pretty much find everything @ebay.
     
  4. Jonny13131

    Jonny13131 Regular Member

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    It's not good to find products that aren't listed on eBay because, in general, it means that the products are no popular and therefore won't sell well. Therefore you want to find products with one listings but no too much because you not want too much competition
     
  5. trio666

    trio666 Newbie

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    If you can't source the products online then you can always go to local garage sales or flea markets.
     
  6. Melis

    Melis Registered Member

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    You should try to find manufacturers of stuff you want to buy but mostly theyre not interested in small counts.. so you need to buy stuff in bulk for bethr price or find distributor.. But mainly i dont think you were in need to create this thread because you wont get more new answers that there is in older bigger threads. You should to real all of them at firs;)
     
  7. GeekzRus

    GeekzRus Newbie

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    Depending if you want a dropshipper or if you will keep the items in stock makes a big difference. As far as what you can't find on there, that you just need to think outside the box. Saw a country once on there but was shortly taken down by them, guess someone was just trying to make a point you can sell anything on there.
     
  8. iiaok

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    Find a wholesaler near you, contact the owner / manager about doing dropshipping for you. See if they have someone doing that, and if so, ask if you can do it as well.

    If not, discuss a procedure. For example, you collect sales for the day, email / fax them in at 3 PM, they pick and have ready for shipment by 10 AM next day, you pay and have them shipped.

    Otherwise, if you're not looking to have a full-time business of it, go to estate sales / auctions / thrift and find deals that you can turn. I get several items every week at random places that I can buy for x and sell for 5x or higher. It just takes a little research.