Selling Online

 Selling unwanted items is a great way to practice reuse and maybe earn a little cash while you’re at it. Do your research first to find out which method makes sense for you and what you are most comfortable with.

Craigslist is very popular in the Bay Area. You can peruse the “For Sale” section to get an idea of what items are posted for sale. When you go to the website, make sure you see ‘SF Bay Area’ in the heading. It is free to post items for sale on craigslist. Check out their FAQs page for the basic how-to’s for free postings. The nice part about craigslist is you can correspond with the potential buyer anonymously using the craigslist 2-way email reply option. Sellers and buyers typically meet in-person to exchange goods. Craigslist has personal safety tips posted too, such as meeting someone in a public place versus inviting them into your home. For some quick help, check out the following article with tips on how to sell stuff successfully on craigslist.

eBay is a popular website for selling goods by shipping them to the buyer. First, you need to set-up a seller account. Check out eBay’s ‘Getting started’ page. You’ll create an auction and potential buyers can bid on your items. All types of items are sold on eBay. Many collector items are popular to sell on eBay and it’s a great way to build a reputation as a seller if you have a large number of collectibles or antiques. Some other popular options for selling items include Amazon, Etsy, Facebook Marketplace, NextDoor, OfferUp, and Poshmark. And if you need to sell things quickly, check out this helpful article from

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