Topic: Social Media

Flipping Products On Amazon To Ebay

Posted by shenaidloeb63 on 25 Points
So I just released a video about flipping products on Amazon and selling them on eBay. Then use SwagBucks to recover a fraction of the cost.

The first question is about eBay listings.
Is there a limit to the number of eBay listings that you can have?
If so, how do you deal with the competition?

Second, will US citizens have an unfair advantage over people living outside the US?

I'm giving much more clarity and context about what I learned and what I mean in that video, but basically, if you're limited to the number of listings, then you really need to know that the demand is high enough and the supply is low enough to make it worth putting it on eBay.

Maybe it only works for people that already have a website and a decent following. For example, I use Fiverr and Etsy as examples. Fiverr has a limit on the number of gigs that you can have. People resort to, for example, sending fake visitors to manipulate Fiverr's algorithm.

I did some research on Etsy a while ago to give people a clear idea of how fierce the competition is. I created a tool to scan a couple of thousand accounts, and I found that less than 3% were actually able to sell anything on Etsy in a time span of about 6 months. So the failure rate is huge, and it is just ridiculous, in my opinion, how people haphazardly recommend Etsy and Fiverr as a way to earn extra cash.
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  • Posted by Gary Bloomer on Member
    You're asking and then answering your own questions. What's your point?
  • Posted by shenaidloeb63 on Author
    Well at the time I didn't know there were a limit of free listings and I wasn't sure if so that, that limit would be a problem.
    I wanted to start a meaningful information exchange to learn from.
    I guess that didn't work.
  • Posted by Gary Bloomer on Member
    Let's regroup then, shall we?
  • Posted by shenaidloeb63 on Author
    What do you suggest?
  • Posted by mgoodman on Accepted
    You can close this question and post a new question, if that's what you'd like to do.

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