Friday, 10 March 2017

Flipping For eBay Profits Review - A Lucrative Home Based Business

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The truth is that most eBay sellers have trouble figuring out what to sell on eBay. But the ones that are successful are the ones who do their market research and keep abreast of new profit producing techniques. I've started this article with the express purpose of making sure that YOU as a seller are always aware of the current eBay trends and always know what to sell on eBay.

In the following articles, we will discuss many of these techniques in detail. However, today I would like to highlight one of the most important ways to make sure that you are selling products that will make you money. It's called "flipping."

Flipping is a three step process which involves:


1. Buying inexpensive and generic but attractive products in bulk, 
2. Changing them or their appearance through one or more value additive methods, and 
3. Reselling them individually or in small groups for profit.

This process is simple, won't cost you a bundle to start, and is guaranteed to make you money so long as you buy the right products and do your market research. As you read on, you will quickly realize that the question of what to sell on eBay is at least as much about HOW to sell as it is about WHAT to sell.

Buying the Products


The most important thing to keep in mind during the first step of the flipping process is to purchase products that are easy to ship and high in demand. When trying to decide what to sell on eBay consider necessities such as batteries and health products or small amenities like makeup and children's toys.

In order to make a profit, you will need to buy generic products in bulk. You can get these at your favorite wholesaler, or if you don't have one you can try one of the following pre-approved online wholesalers:

*SmallVolume.com 
*SourcingMap.com 
*LightInTheBox.com

Now it's Time to Do the Flip!


Now that you have some idea of what to sell on eBay, the second step is the actual flipping process. This involves taking the generic products that you have purchased in bulk and improving them in some meaningful way. Here are a few tried and true methods that you can easily use:

Give your product a unique new package.


When it comes to eBay (and frankly, when it comes to selling stuff in general) the image that a product exudes is almost more important than the product itself. And packing is half of product image. You can easily purchase custom made boxes or wrapping for your products for a fraction of the value increase that this will result in.

Take multiple quality photographs of your product.


eBayers shop with their eyes. This means that if your product doesn't look good, they will assume that it is of poor quality. In addition to giving your product a new look through packaging, make sure that you have quality photographs (including close-ups) of your product in your listing.

Make a name for yourself.


While you and I know that adding a brand name to a generic product doesn't change the true nature of its substance, this is not the customer's mentality. They think, "Brand Name = Professional Company = Quality Product." If you don't already have a brand name, it's time to create one. Once you have a pleasing brand name, you can label your products or their packaging with this name, thereby further increasing their value.

Try playing the wholesaler game.


You are not a wholesaler; however, this doesn't mean that you can't still act like one. Give your product a brand name and some high quality photos and in some cases you can turn around and resell a generic lot for a significant profit to young eBayers looking for a quick in on the market.

Now that you've completed steps one and two successfully, you have turned a cheap lot of generic products into a valuable inventory! All you need to do now is list your products and see the profits begin to come in!


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