I totally mispriced this item. I had three books, two of them Assembler Editor manuals, and this manual for Atari DOS 2. They all belong in the same category: Vintage Computing. The right way to list them was to use the DOS manual as bait. Continue reading “Listing Multiple Different Related Items in the Same Category”
I put together a short book about using Craigslist to give away stuff. It’s available on Kindle.
Can Amazon be used to further your efforts to declutter and dehoard your home or office? Can it be profitable? Will you get rich off your bookcases?
Short answer: probably not. Keep reading to find out other ways to potentially turn your books into cash, or something valuable. Continue reading “Can You Make Money Decluttering by Selling Books on Amazon in 2017?”
I started selling family ephemera, and revenues fell to half, breaking a revenue growth trend. Needless to say, I was unhappy. Now, nearly two months into selling off the hoard, and dehoarding, I feel a little better. Continue reading “Making Money on Ephemera”
One of the funny things about having a hoarder background is that I lack any sense of organizing objects into space. Selling stuff on Ebay requires you to organize things precisely. When you don’t, you lose money, like I did recently. Anyone can organize 50 items with a few boxes and piles, but when you get into the low hundreds, “piling systems” fail. Continue reading “Storage Musings”
Profits are down from last month!
What a bummer, right? Last month, I started to de-hoard my late father’s stuff. When he passed away, over 15 years ago, we went through the garage and tossed out a lot of stuff. Full garbage cans went out each week.
One way to give away stuff, especially “good stuff” is to give it away on Craigslist.org. Continue reading “Decluttering with Craigslist, Part 1”
You don’t need to buy a “store” level membership.
How to price low, but avoid using free shipping because it had hurt you.
How to set up to start selling on Ebay.