Selling on eBay?

I only have a very few items to sell, but would like to sell them on eBay. Do I need to have a web site and a store to do this? I do not want to go that far just sell a few individual items. Can someone help me with this?


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July 28, 20151 found this helpful

No. Anyone can sell on eBay without the bells and whistles. As long as you have an email address and it's good to have a paypal account, you can sell. Keep in mind though that sometimes, Craigslist is easier. You get cash, it's local and if the photo is good, usually sells quicker. Be careful however...if you have smaller things that can be moved quickly you should meet people in a public place. Good luck!

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October 1, 20151 found this helpful

If your items are collectibles I would recommend ebay to have a large amount of viewers/auction bidders. You can also put a Buy it Now option for your desired price. Remember there are possible fees for listing, selling, and shipping. Craigslist has zero fees.


It all depends on what you are selling. You don't need a store but I would recommend you get a good Feedback score first by buying something. That way you will be trusted as a seller to potential buyers. Good luck ! :)

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August 30, 20170 found this helpful

Anyone can make a free ebay account and get a certain number of free listings a month. Try that than sometimes they have special promotional deals and you'll get more free listings for a certain time. After that if you need more listings you sign up for a ebay store, 3 different levels, that you pay for. You don't need your own website.

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