How to Start Earning on eBay

Almost every single day, on almost every forum that you visit, you still see the same question cropping up. "I want to start selling on eBay.. Where can I buy products wholesale." WRONG! You don't need to start out on eBay with a ton of products from some whole- sale source, only to find nobody wants them and you've got a house full. In the first place, if you're just starting out on eBay you want to keep all of your expenses at a bare minimum. Don't go overboard buying things you do not need. Look around you. Find something you don't want or need any more, and put it on eBay for sale. You want to get a "feel" for how the auctions work, what draws visitors to your particular auction, and how you can make your next auction better. By starting out with something you have that you no longer want or need, you don't have anything tied up in a product that may not sell. And, you have the luxury of "testing" a couple of different ad approaches without spending an arm and a leg. Bottom line.. Don't buy anything until you've tested the waters to discover if eBay is really for you. By following the above tip, you can test a couple of different items on eBay, and have no more than a dollar or two tied up in your efforts. Beats the heck out of a garage full of "widgets" that you can't even give away. # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # Pete Egeler is the author of the popular eBook, "Dumpster Diving for eBay Profits", and a regular seller of "cheap and free stuff" on eBay. You can find out more by visiting his web site..