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Many people are trying to make money online these days and it can be very profitable but what works and what doesn't works. Get some ideas and learn a bit more on how you can make money on line.

How to Make Money Online: How to Sell your Stuff Online For Free
15 July 2016 @ 12:56

Can you make money by selling your own stuff online? I know that there are already establisehd websites where you can advertise your stuff and sell. Sites like Ebay and others have never been more popular. There is only one problem - they charge you commission and have extra charges for things like photos. I would prefer to sell stuff online for free. 

Like everybody else, I declutter my house and find stuff that I don't need anymore. A couple of weeks ago I cleared out both the house and garage, and ended up with a load of stuff. Checking out eBay and other sites, I soon realized that it would cost me a fortune to list all of my gear. I would also be kind of limited when it came to posting images.

 

Instead of listing my stuff on eBay, I decided to take a different approach. If you have a little bit of experience of the Internet, you can easily do what I did. The answer to selling your stuff online for free is surprisingly easy. All you need to do is to set up your own blog on somewhere like Blogger or Weebly. Once you have done, and used a clever website address such stuffforsaleinengland.com, you can list all of the items you have for sale.

This is a really good way to sell your stuff locally. You could for instance use the address stuffforsaleinlondon. By using the name of your local town or area, it will make it easier for people to find you. It will be a bit like having a carboot sale online, and rather fun as well. Potential buyers can come and see the items, and pay cash. Alternatively, you can also accept payment by Paypal which is what I did for most of the items. By the end of the week, I had sold most of the stuff, and was another €178 richer. 

 

Yes, I know that I could have taken my stuff charity shops, or consignement shops, but I would probably not have got that much for it. One final tip, if you have Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter accounts, don't forget to use your social media. As a matter of fact, most people saw my stuff on Pinterest, and clicked through to my site. Is it for you? If you have a little bit of Internet experience, and a Pinterest account, I think it is something that could certainly work for you. 



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