20 thoughts on “12 Sure Ways to Sell Things Online

  1. I let this woman bring her young son into my house to test a Wii U I sold them. The kid was like 6 and she was super sweet so I was like yea no worries. Even though I had it all nicely boxed up. I was hyped on the console but nothing came out on it for so long. It was practically mint because I played Mario and Zombi U and was like okay I'm done. The moral of the story is sometimes it's alright but be careful.

  2. For commonly stolen items, it is a good idea to post the photo of the SN in the ad. This makes potential buyers aware the item is not likely to be stolen, and it makes swap returns impossible. Often stolen products have the serial number destroyed. The only sales you lose this way are to fraudsters which is a good thing.

    For a popular item, or where you have several, listing it as first come first served tends to be the perfect response to low ball offers. First come first served. If unsold in two weeks, will sell to the best offer. This changes the game as you won't hold it, and if they don't make a good offer or buy it first, they won't get it. Sold several things this way at asking price.

  3. I never sold anything and I don’t intend to do so in the future, but watched this video because the idea is very cool! Maybe I’ll need these tips one day. πŸ‘πŸ»

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