How To Clean Out Your Closet While Making Some Cash Too
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Some of our readers/viewers are trying to figure out how to clear out their clutters or closets while making some cash on the side.
Do you have a lot of stuffs in your closet (such as forgotten T-shirts, old cell phones, books, etc.) that’s not been used for quite some time?
Do you have rarely worn clothing that no longer fits but is taking up space in your closet?
Do you know that there are hundreds of websites that will be able to help you to sell used items online?
In the spirit of Recycling & Sharing, allow me to share some of these web sites with you, below:
- Amazon.com: As it turned out, amazon is not just a site for shopping, but also a great place for selling stuff. At amazon the deals are not free. One pays $0.99 to sell up to 40 items a month and $39.99 for more than 40 items.
- Bonanza.com : There are a lot of unique items on this site. As a matter of fact, this site claims that 50,000 sellers voted Bonanza “Best Overall Marketplace” over EBay, Amazon, and Etsy.
- CoupRecoup.com: This is a free market place for local deals. If you want to attract future customers by sales or low pricing, visit this site. There are also some services being offered at this site.
- Craiglist.org: This is one of the oldest classified sites with huge audience (no graphical ads). Once you set up an account, choose your location (state and city) and then post your offer. Perhaps one of your neighbors or friends would be interested in purchasing your old cell phone from you.
- EBay.com: This is a global e-commerce giant, with enormous number of categories and buyers. You can find a great variety of items from different parts of the world. You can sell your old items, labeling them as “used” or “brand new without tags” (depending on what condition it is in).
- Etsy.com: This is a market place/site for selling handmade items, vintage furniture, paintings, and sculptures. Posting an item to sell for 4 months at this site will cost you less than a dollar. Many farmer’s market vendors are utilizing this site to sell their products (such as handmade clothing, jewelry, canned goods, photos, paintings, jams & jellies, etc.)
- Exchangemyphone.com: This site is specifically for people who want to sell their old phones (iPhone and/or Android). The site promises to erase or destroy all data/info on the old phone in question. Search for your old phone & get an instant price quote. You get paid on the same day that Exchangemyphone receives your old phone.
- Oodle.com: Many things ranging from phones, pets, vehicles, tickets for sale or even homes for rent can be found at this site of U.S. market place. Oodle also offers job and housing listings.
- Poshmark.com: This is a site for selling designers’ products. Poshmark lets you follow a certain designer and gets updates on new arrivals. So you can compare which niche is in high demand.
- Sell.com: This market place has more than 1000+ categories. Start by choosing a category and you will have 30 free days for selling, then you have to pay. Electronics, pets, cars, computers, homes can all be sold here. This site helps sellers to advertise and make sales.
- Swappa.com: This is a site specifically for phone sales. You can sell iPhones, Android devices of any carrier or unlocked phones.
- Wallapop.com: This site looks like Pinterest, fast and modern. You can sells different items to people in your nearby communities. It is not yet available in all U.S. cities yet, so don’t forget to subscribe to the market place updates.
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