I wanted to get rid of a paint sprayer and decided to make some quick money on eBay. I listed the item last week and…
Homepreneurs recently discussed creating a home business from Arts and Crafts. We believe this market is growing, cost-effective, and a business option for many. Arts and Crafts can be done part-time, full-time, by the employed, retired or semi-retired. Linda Strickland – recently featured as a Homepreneurs success story – supplements her income with her photography business.
For those new to Homepreneurs, we are committed to finding employment for all. This might mean a home businesses – Homepreneurs – or work from home jobs – remote workers/telecommuters – or actual employment with a company. We also offer various suggestions for gap employment or second jobs for a little extra money. We feature home business success stories, business ideas, and provide marketing, branding, and financial tips.
Whether you’re a new seller on eBay or an experienced veteran, here are eight useful tips you might not know for effective selling. If you’re selling one item or many, think of yourself as an online retailer and adopt the ideas of the most successful national retail chains. These include aggressive marketing and advertising, competitive pricing and customer service. Use these recommendations and you’ll sell your items a lot quicker and easier.
March 23, 2011 – Homepreneurs, small business owners, and individuals have “inventory” sitting around in basements, garages, storage rooms, etc. These may be related to intended future projects, a business that didn’t work out or simply unsold product. What can be done with the extra “stuff” gathering dust and annoying your spouse, partner, employees or friends? The following article by Judith Aquino provides valuable suggestions for eliminating this problem and maybe bringing in some extra income.