Many people crave the ability to work from home, but have absolutely no idea where to start.
Some people already know that they want to sell some sort of product online, but then they are stuck with the next questions of what do I sell, and how do I source it?
The simplest and easiest solution is Second Hand Clothing. Honestly, think about it, there is an absolute mine field of Second Hand Clothing everywhere.
It can be found within your own home, at recycled clothing stores, at thrift stores, at Op Shops, at garage lay do si nguyen kien, sales, at auctions and online just to name a few, and you can start by selling your clothes, your partners clothes, your children’s clothes, and other family members clothes without having to spend a dime on starting your own business.
Many people don’t see the potential in Second hand clothing, because they think of it as faded drabby bits of clothing with big rips up the side. I can assure you that these people are missing out on huge potential.
There are a vast amount of second hand stores that sell BRAND NEW and Top Quality garments.
You can walk into a store and find brand new clothing that has been donated from high end label stores, or seasonal clothing that didn’t sell, as well as consumer pieces that have only been worn once or twice for a special occasion, at a fraction of the price. If you resell these particular items the potential profits are huge, because for the standard consumer, the option to purchase a well sought after item at a reduced price is very appealing especially when they are unable to purchase the item at the full price.
Other than reselling well sought after labels, don’t forget that you can also resell garments that are made of specific materials like wool, angora, cashmere, silk and pure cotton. These are very good sellers especially to international customers who find it difficult to obtain clothing in this particular fabric.
So now that you know what to sell, where can you sell it? eBay
The reason for this is because eBay boasts over 94 Million users worldwide. It is known as the worlds largest online market place. From eBay, you can sit at home and sell your clothing on a worldwide level with its own targeted traffic.
In essence putting Second Hand Clothing and eBay together allows you to start your own online business without incurring too much risk or cost.
Michelle Haku is a mother of 3 who now makes a full time income selling second hand clothing online.