(Closed) How To Do This Efficiently

posted 10 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
33 posts
  • Wedding: December 2008

I know you  dont want to hear this but ….

I think ebay is brilliant, and you can create a "sellers store" so if I look at one item, the rest will show at the bottom.  Craigs list is preferable ONLY for large items that you would never ship.  I know you didnt want to use either of them but honestly, it is the world’s marketplace! Congrats! 

Post # 4
89 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2008

I sold most of my stuff just by listing them on WeddingBee Classified and The Knot Trash to Treasure. If someone is interested in one particular stuff they would email me and I would email them the picture.

I tried ebay but nobody seems to be interested in bidding. I only have a few things left, cheap large items that are not worth paying the shipping cost. Maybe I’m going to try Craigslist next.

Post # 5
217 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Sweeney, I made a flickr site for my mom’s moving sale.  I had a picture of every item, and then underneath each item (in the picture description) I described the item, and the name of each picture was the item and the price.  I then posted on craigslist (and you’d also do Knot places and weddingbee classified) where you put a link to the flickr website so they can go and see everything, but I also listed all of the individual items on the craigslist post so if people were searching they could find it.  I’ll see if I still have it so you can see it.

Post # 6
2324 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

I like the Flickr idea. 

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