Making Money on EXT

By: prakash..


Terri Malone sells antique jewelry, particularly Victorian-era pins, pendants, earrings, and rings. She has a website of her own and uses eBay for those pieces she feels will sell for a decent price there. She finds the pieces she sells everywhere she goes. When she visits a particular restaurant that has a showcase where people can display jewelry, she often finds buys that yield a good profit. She recently paid $20 for a pin that was set with diamonds and was designed by a famous designer. She sold it for $500 on her own website. She regularly frequents estate sales; some of her best finds come from that source. Estate-sale managers and even the heirs of the person whose estate is for sale are often unaware that they are selling a valuable piece. She even goes to yard sales if she has reason to suspect that there will be potentially valuable pieces of jewelry for sale.
Sales are down because people are not spending as much on luxury items as in the past. People have lost their jobs because of the huge layoffs by some major companies, and even smaller companies are having to let employees go, often even long-time employees. The people who buy the jewelry that Terri specializes in are typically in the middle-income bracket, and she expects to see her business continue to decline unless she can find new markets or the job situation improves.
Terri is an accomplished Internet researcher and she decided to explore other outlets for her merchandise. That's when she discovered EXT Business Sense. She put up a page using her skills as a merchandiser and before long discovered she had found a goldmine.
She's having trouble keeping her inventory up so she can meet the new demand.
Most of her sales are now coming from this new source for leads and customers. She's thankful she found EXT!

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