I hope everyone is having a great time getting ready for Christmas. In this series I promise to share some ways you can earn some extra cash before the big day.
Today is day 5, earn cash by selling used items on Facebook.
On day 1 I share a tip on hosting a garage sale to earn extra cash, but as it turn out, for some folks in the cold part of the world this may not be the best idea. in which case this one is for you! Selling on Facebook. Facebook is great for catching up with friends and family, but it is also a wonderful way to make money by selling items around the house you no longer need.
Facebook have local buying and trading groups, that works like virtual yard sale. There are several of them in my area, chances are you have one or several of these groups in your area too. Find a group, by searching for your city in the search box and then ask to join any of the groups that look interesting to you. If you cannot find a group, you can always start one yourself!
Find all the stuff you want to sell, kids clothing and toys, electronics and whatnot
(sometimes people would post things they would want to buy, if you have it.. JACKPOT!)
Take pictures of everything and write a good description, with clothing be sure to list measurements, condition, color and name you prices.
You can go from there and start receiving offers.
Be mindful that Facebook groups are public forums anyone can join, by anyone I mean sweet mom looking for kids items and creepys too.
Exercise caution! Always private message important info like phone number and location to interested parties. use public places for meets and exchange.
if your spidey senses are tingle about an individual, you have to right to not do business with them. BE CAREFUL!
Have you sold anything on Facebook before?
Have a tips on how to earn some cash? Please share!
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