If you're over fifty, and lucky enough to be single, with some extra time on your hands, you could turn that spare time in a way to make some extra money. There are plenty of people using eBay these days to do this, and now there isn't any reason why you can't either.
Nick Vulich has been a power seller and top rated seller on eBay since 1999. During that time he has completed 29,439 transactions with a 99.9% feedback rating. He is a top 100 reviewer on eBay, and is the author of eBay Unleashed, A beginners guide to making money on eBay. In this book you'll learn:
1) Decide what to sell
2) How to set up your eBay sellers account
3) How to set up your PayPal Account (so you can get paid - FAST)
4) Step-by-step instructions how to list your first item on eBay
5) Twenty-eight tips and tricks for powering up your selling
6) How to ship your items
7) How to research items so you can get the best price every time
8) An introduction to customer service - eBay style
9) and more...
Nick claims he got started buying and selling baseball cards, but you're certainly not limited to eBay. With Summer coming up, there will be tons of yard sales where all kinds of things can be found off-line and then sold on-line for a profit. You might start by looking around the house to see what you have stored away that you aren't using any longer. Old books, CD's, 8-track tapes, comics that your children have gotten tired of.... the list is endless.
Nick's book is being offered for free today as part of an Amazon promotion. But if you miss this offer, you can still pick it up later for $12.99. Download it now while you can.
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