What are the best products to flip for a profit?
Buying low and selling high is a mega-popular business for side hustlers and big corporations alike. (Think Walmart and Amazon!)
With product flipping, you can turn bargain-hunting prowess into profits. In this post, you’ll learn how turn your love of online classifieds, flea markets, yard sales, and thrift stores into an extra income stream.
What came first; the domain name or the business idea?
For Peter Askew, the owner of VidaliaOnions.com, and the author of a viral blog post called “I Sell Onions on the Internet”, the answer is always the domain name.
Peter is fascinated by expired domain names and how they’re treated like physical assets.
From zero to $3,500 a day selling custom pet prints on Etsy – in just 6 months!
That’s the story behind today’s guest, Luke Emery of VanWoof.com.
Luke has a background in design and portrait painting. So, he decided to utilize these skills and his e-commerce experience and start a business selling custom pet portraits.
How do you make money on eBay?
Buy low, sell high, repeat.
The formula is simple, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy!
To help me learn more about selling items for a profit on eBay, I turned to serial side hustler Daniella Flores. With the help of several part-time businesses, she and her wife have been able to pay off $31,000 in debt in the last two years.
This week I’m excited to share a unique side hustle that’s turning hobbies into profits, through what I’m calling “local” e-commerce.
This is a story of building a following for homemade or handmade products without shipping anything, without advertising, and without relying on 3rd party marketplaces like Amazon or Etsy for exposure.
We’re going to explore this through the lens of So Here’s the Dough — it’s a local cottage kitchen cookie operation run by a friend of mine here in Livermore, Jenn Fei.