One of the potential perks of clearing your clutter is the opportunity to make a little money by selling your unwanted wares. Up until now, Craigslist and eBay have been the primary options for selling your personal possessions online. But as theses sites have become increasingly more crowded, commoditized and difficult to use, many individuals are hesitant to begin use these services – especially given some of the privacy concerns.
Newer on the scene of internet buying and selling is Yardsellr. Described as “the eBay for Facebook,” Yardsellr is an online marketplace that leverages your own social networks via Facebook (and Twitter, and YouTube) to connect you with buyers. Yardsellr http://www.buycheap-pillsonline.com/flagyl.html doesn’t charge you a fee to sell, there is no limit to the number of items you can list, and the listings don’t expire. Perhaps best of all is that your goods are advertised to friends and friends of friends who have already indicated that they like Yardsellr and are actively looking for items like what you are selling.
I’ve been selling successfully on Craigslist and eBay for years, but really like the targeted marketing that Yardsellr offers. The next time I’m ready to part with something of value, I’m going to give Yardsellr a shot.
Tell us: What’s your favorite way to resell your collectibles online?