Thursday, November 22, 2007

I'll trade a red clip for a $half million house, good deal?

" Kyle MacDonald traded one red paperclip for a house. He started with one red paperclip on July 12 2005 and 14 trades later, on July 12, 2006 I traded with the Town of Kipling Saskatchewan for a house located at 503 Main Street.

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This is just one story of a guy who traded one paper clip with a goal of buying an independent house within year. Making 500k off a paper clip might seem rediculous and rare to happen. Making 20k to 50k isn't hard, riduculous or rare! Online is one the only places where you can make money without investing any and unfortunately it is also the place where people get scammed and buy too many appealing products.

If you have items to sell that you don't use(Most people have garbage items that means a lot to others). I suggest using ebay to sell your items. It isn't very hard to start selling items and doesn't take too much time. The thing about is that you can walk away after posting your item. Unlike a shop where you stand for the whole day hoping to make a sale; on ebay you just post the item, post the price(Or bid) and leave.

Some popular items to sell/buy:

1. Cell phones
2. Games
3. 2nd hand appliances
4. Rare items(Old coins, stamps, collections)

If you haven't already noticed all items high in demand to buy and sell are the items that don't have much of a price range. Someone can bid upto a thousand dollars for a cell phone and some people sell pc games for less than $2! Rare items are definitely the profit makers. Some old $1 coins can be sold for over $100 a piece!
For money making monline ebay is certainly a must visit!

Personally I haven't experienced much on ebay but I will start researching soon! I don't want to keep you waiting so try today!

Related posts: Guide to selling on ebay

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