Before you start building your eBay empire, there are a few items to consider in laying a firm foundation for your future profits. Even if you don’t plan on establishing an actual eBay empire, a little preparation will go a long way in saving you time, lowering your stress level, and maybe even saving you money. When I started on eBay, I spent a lot of time agonizing over the wrong details while overlooking some of the most crucial preparation. To help you avoid the painful mistakes I made, here are my top tips for you to consider BEFORE you open your eBay account. Jeans Day: Ask your employer if they will host a jeans or casual work day where people get to dress casually in exchange for a donation to your cause. Fill this basket with chocolate galore! This is a fantastic option near Valentine’s Day or Christmas where the basket can double as a gift.
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