1) Know your market. It only makes sense that you purchase goods that you have an interest in re-selling. You’d be surprised, however, how many people try to sell things that they have no knowledge in, just because they sell well on auctions sites, or sell well in local markets/boutiques. Having a hobby, or area of expertise is essential to the success of your business. How else are you going to answer questions from your customers?
Google prided Internet TV itself on being THE search engine. It now has ventures in pay per click advertising, video search, Google Earth, Froogle, etc. By establishing itself first in one venture, it was able to launch several other ventures without having to go through the monumental effort of establishing itself again.
No matter what niche or industry you are in, you are going to learn that it takes a great deal of marketing and interaction in order to reel in traffic and generate customers. You cannot expect to have any kind of success by hiding behind your web site and hoping people make their way to you.
Most of us have very little IT knowledge and just assume that we turn on the computer and hey presto we launch Internet Explorer but it’s a lot more to it than that. For starters the way your speed works is by how fast the data can transfer from one computer on the Norsk TV APP to your own. So obviously you want to the best speed possible.
That’s all fine and well, but over the last few years, we have shifted from corporate branding to “personal branding” or the art of branding your own image over a company.
I use my laptop to write articles, develop newsletters, take notes from the books or magazines I’ve read and to write emails that I’ll send once I’m connected to the internet.
Finding the stock you want to sell is easy if you know where to look and you are willing to approach people to ask for joint venture. I encourage you to realize your dreams and get some stock and start selling it on eBay it is really a blast. Join the revolution.