Method #3: Sell Junk Online
If you’re like most people, you probably have a lot of junk sitting your house that
you have no use for. You might have an old computer or laptop, old electronics,
old furniture, old textbooks, and old clothing.
As far as you’re concerned, this stuff is useless. You won’t ever use it again; and
all it’s doing is taking up space. But for many other people, they would be willing
to pay for an old computer, old furniture, or old clothes.
Once you realize this, you’ll also see that selling junk that you no longer use
could been an excellent way to raise some cash without too much work.
In the past, if you wanted to do this, you’d have to hold a garage sale; and would
have to advertise for it by posting signs on telephone poles all over your
neighborhood. If you were lucky, a handful of people would show up and pay
very little for some of your stuff. But this is no longer the case.
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Now, you can use two important tools to ensure that you get a higher price and
also close the sale faster: and For things like
clothing and light electronics, is probably a better option. It is a
thicker market; and will allow you to unload just about everything you have if
you’re willing to sell at a low enough price.
On the other hand, is good if you’re selling heavy items, such
as furniture. Since shipping would be prohibitively expensive for most furniture, it
simply does not make sense to do it on If you use instead, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to find someone
in your area who will be willing to drive to your house or apartment to pick up the
When it comes to using either or, it’s important
that you spend time to briefly explain what it is you are selling, so that potential
buyers know what you’re offering. It is also important to include pictures of the
items you’re selling, as doing this will make browsers significantly more willing to

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