Finding Niches Perfect For eBay Sales
If you're like many eBay sellers, I'm sure you have purchased your share of eBay secrets, you know, those eBooks that promise you eBay riches.
and . . .
Am I safe in saying that you have heard many people tell you about finding a niche, or look for products that interest you and have an eager but unserved market, etc. etc.
Well . . . how are you supposed to find a niche of hungry buyers if there aren't many sellers? Let me tell you it's not easy, in fact I have spent many, many hours scouring eBay to find them too, and I have managed to stumble onto a great way to do some research.
How many times have you read about placing "wanted to buy" classified ads?
We're getting closer . . .
Just about every city in the USA has a freebie type of newspaper like the Thrifty Nickel or the PennySaver and theses papers are the best place for you to place your wanted ads in, but what if there are already people buying what you are looking for?
It's time to take your searching to the web, you see, because of the size and ease of use that is part of your online research. You can start searching through these free newspapers online.
That's right, if you go to https://www.nickelads.com or https://pennysaver.com ( and many more like it ) you can search through their "wanted" classifieds. If you start to see several ads for certain items, check your own local throwaway paper to see if anyone is buying the same stuff.
You are looking for keywords such as . . .
"wanted to buy" "cash paid" "I buy" "top dollar paid"
I'm sure you will find or can think of more.
The next thing you want to do is search eBay to see if there is a market for your new found niches. I'll bet you'll be surprised. You can even browse through their eBay's Want It Now Section
You will find there to be many more niche possibilities that need to be filled, now the next challenge is sourcing products to fill your new found NEEDS and WANTS.
I have many tips for product sourcing at The Powerseller Report
Enjoy . . . Scott
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