So, the first question we have to ask ourselves is, what the heck are hardgoods?! Well, for our purposes here, hardgoods are any non-clothing items that can be sold on eBay. Backpacks, appliances, electronics, cookware, books, games, collectibles, and what have you. While clothing is a great way for people to start out with (since there's so much of it) it's worth noting that anyone who makes a lot of money reselling on eBay either switches predominantly to hardgoods or lists clothing in extremely high volumes (often with hired help). While it's not practical for most people to source only one or the other, we hate to see people limit themselves to clothing and miss out on all the hardgoods profits. If anyone sources their goods mainly from thrift stores and encourages sticking to one type of item (shoes for example) you can rest assured that they are leaving tons of money on the table. Choosing to stick with only one item is super great if you're lazy however as it assures that you can simply stagnate instead to learning and growing. Assuming that you're interested in kicking butt and taking names, let's continue!
My wife and I are a young couple, still in school, and doing our best not only to make ends meet, but to excel! We feel like we have so much to offer and can kick this world's butt if we can just get on our feet. Join our journey!