Is your wardrobe filled with clothes that you hate? Have you nothing (in the world) to wear? If this scenario reduces you to a screaming fit as least once a week then why not take action and get some spare cash to boot?
How? Ebay! We know that you all know about Ebay but this is our helpful guide to making Ebay really work for you.
Tip 1: Iron/buff/shine/polish the item you’re selling. Even the oldest, rattiest dress will look better when ironed and the photo is what will initially attract buyers.
Tip 2: Model the item. How is anyone going to get an idea of what it looks like when you’ve photographed it flat? Instead, put it on and have some photograph you in the best light possible. It doesn’t fit? Have a friend model it instead. This seriously makes a difference.
Tip 3: Be as informative and accurate as possible in your description and include details such as measurements, length, material, zips etc. Also mention if there are any imperfections too, it might put off some buyers but bad feedback will deter people more.
Tip 4: Price low. People are more likely to watch a pair of jeans worth £45 if they are priced at £1, and there’s every chance that they’ll still sell for £40. Starting them at £35 is like to drive people to the shops to buy a new pair without all of the Ebay faff.
So what are you waiting for... follow our top tips and turn your cluttered closet into a goldmine.