Ebay Selling Guide: Selecting a Niche

Part 1: Selecting a niche

What is a niche?

A niche is a focused, targetable portion of a broader market in which specialized products or services can be sold. In the case with eBay, a niche is any product that can be sold for a profit. 

Do I have to spend money to get started?

You don’t have to even spend money on a product when you first get started selling on eBay. My first sale was a set of Wimpy Kid books that were in my closet for years. You can sell anything on eBay!

Places to find items to sell:

  • Around the house
  • Yard sales
  • Flea market
  • Thrift stores (I personally use Goodwill) 
  • Wholesalers

Examples of different niches that I have entered including the items:

Business Books
College Textbooks
Fiction books
Fiction books
Fiction books

Part 2 of “A Guide to eBay Selling”: How to set a price on items …. coming soon

My eBay page: https://www.ebay.com/usr/brittanhairsto-9

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