It’s 1:28 AM and I finally got everything back to the garage. Time to start sorting.
Don’t let anyone tell you this business isn’t hard work!
Resale Renegade is just a dude that knows a good deal when he sees one. This is the place he shares all his secrets with the world. Enjoy!
Currently you can get your first month’s free on a Pro Seller Account for Amazon (Normally $40/mo). You don’t have to have a pro seller account, it’s free to sign up for an individual.
There’s been a lot of talk recently about selling items on amazon. It seems like it’s the hot new place to be.. but the reality is that you could have been selling on amazon all along… and why haven’t you been?!
Well, mostly I think it boils down to a fundamental question: How do I sell on Amazon.com?
So, I took the liberty of making a step by step video showing you how to list your items in the amazon market place. Check it out below. Read More →
It’s no secret that if you’re going to sell your stuff, you need a place to post your classified ads! The trouble comes when you think you have only one option for listing your stuff for sale (hint, craigslist is not the only place out there). So, I did the hard work for you and came up with a list of the best online classified sites around. They’re all high ranking sites, that get traffic from real people that are all looking for something to buy.
A small disclaimer, before we start: Not all of these sites are U.S. local.. I didn’t forget about your European people ;). That being said, make sure you go through the whole list and find the ones that will be most worth your time. 🙂 In an upcoming article, I plan to outline how to leverage classified sites from around the globe to still drive traffic to your sales. So, stay tuned! Onward with the list! Read More →
As a reseller, you’re probably familiar with the search function of craigslist. It’s kind of clunky, I know… For a long time I tried to find a craigslist search tool that I could use to help me find all kinds of hidden treasures to resell. After no good solutions presented themselves, I just made my own. How, you ask? Well, I make my own craigslist search engine that feeds me fresh leads into my google reader every time someone posts something I’m searching for.
Now, if you’re just a casual browser, this might not be your gig.. This is pro-level stuff here! Check out the video below and I’ll walk you through how to set it up.
As promised, here’s some craigslist search variables you can use to hone down your search Read More →
Time for a little hypothetical question – imagine you were walking by a local Staples or Office Max trying to stock up for your resale business when suddenly a guy walks up and says “It’s your lucky day, here’s a thousand bucks!”
Let’s also say you’ve only got an hour to choose what you want and it has to be for use in your business (i.e. not something you can resell) – What would you get?
You can get as many items as you want so long as you don’t over spend and break the $1000 mark..
For pricing sake, let’s use Amazon for prices, so we’re all on an equal playing ground.
I’m curious as to what you’d choose, let me know in the comments below! Go ahead and post links to whatever you’d buy if you want to.
It all started a while back while I was in a great little thrift shop and I ran across a nice looking Red striped tie. I threw it in the cart thinking I’d wear it myself and paying no attention to brand name or anything else. I mean, it was only $.50.
When I got home, I put all of my merch into my typical processing funnel, and completely forgot to pull the tie out. Fast forward a few weeks later and I was sorting the clothing and valuing everything and I came back across the tie. So, just for shits and giggles I looked it up on eBay. Remember, I paid only $.50 for it, but when I looked it up on the good ole’ eBay, the thing was selling for $67.50!
Surely it was a fluke… I just got lucky, right? Well, yes… but rather than let it be just a one time thing, I took to the interwebs and put together a quick study on what to look for when buying ties. And with profit margins Read More →
Today’s video is how I save an extra 30% at stores like Target, Best Buy, Walmart, Costco, and even Apple! I use the extra 30% off to really cut down on my buying costs for when I’m doing venue arbitrage! Check it out to see how I do it!