How to Make $100 a Day on Ebay

Thousands of people all around the world are making money with online auctions on eBay. It truly has changed the lifestyles of many families. Husbands and wives can now work together from home and earn a full-time income, while other families make a great part-time income from it.

If you want to make a serious income on Ebay, a good first goal to have is to make $100 per day. Once you have reached this milestone, you can take it to the next level of $200, then $300 and so forth.

Knowing where to start is the hardest. What should you be selling?

The answer to this question is this; sell whatever people are wanting to buy!

I know that this might sound obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people go into business without really thinking about this important point.

You don’t want to be taking any chances. With a little research you can find out what’s really hot and take some of the market share. A great resource is Ebay Pulse. Ebay Pulse shows you which products are selling the most.

Don’t be afraid of competition. You want to go into a market that you know people are finding profitable. Just take note of what the successful sellers are doing and model your business after them.

There’s no need to re-invent the wheel. Getting to $100 a day on Ebay is easily achievable. Just find out what’s hot in the market and model your business after someone who is having success in selling that product!

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  • Dave February 22, 2010, 7:28 pm

    Good post! your right – supply and demmand, its the first thing people should think of when deciding to sell on ebay..
    .-= Dave´s last blog ..Sell Affiliate products using eBay classified Ads =-.

  • Jillian@DVD Wholesale April 9, 2010, 5:13 pm

    My wife and I sold our first dvd on eBay in 2001. 8 years later, we were generating 1.8 million dollars per year in online revenue. At that point, most of it was coming directly from my site and from Amazon.

    eBay has changed a lot of the years and isn’t the same powerhouse that it was in 2001, but it is still a good place to start. I’ll always be grateful to eBay for the opportunities it has provided even though I think the company is now run by a bunch of idiots.


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