Earning on Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy


Earning on Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy

Explore ways to earn extra cash or build a business on Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy.  Buying, selling, sources, wholesale, dropshipping, etc.

Website: http://www.raunweb.com
Members: 270
Latest Activity: Nov 18

Welcome to Earning on Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy!

My goal for this group is to develop a community of people with all levels of Ebay, Amazon, and Etsy experience to share their hopes, methods, and expertise to elevate the success of the rest of the group.

If you're new here, please leave a comment in the "Roll Call" discussion and tell us a little about yourself.

Share your Success Stories to provide encouragement to the group and help others along the path.

Listen to Raun Lauterbach's interview with Dan Miller here:http://attendthisevent.com/Custom/Replay.asp?eventid=61242960

View the hidden 48days Resource Page mentioned in my interview with Dan Miller here:

You can subscribe to the 48Days.net Weekly Brainstorming Podcast and listen to all of the sessions here:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/48-days-weekly-brainstorming/id932218963?mt=2

Discussion Forum

Roll Call

Started by Raun Lauterbach. Last reply by Shawn Kirkpatrick Nov 2. 182 Replies

If you're new here, please take a moment to introduce yourself to the group.  Please answer the following questions:How long have you been an Ebay user?How do you describe your level of Ebay…Continue

Tags: experience, auction, ebay, expertise, call

Finding what to sell

Started by Casey Campbell. Last reply by Kathryn Vagatai Oct 19. 5 Replies

I've listened to a lot of podcasts and read blogs that recommend you sell items about which you are passionate or have a lot of knowledge. Is that what most people do? I guess you could say fly…Continue

Newbieon eBay and Amazon

Started by Casey Campbell. Last reply by Pete Herrick Oct 2. 2 Replies

Why am I here? I finally decided to stop waiting on the economy and my boss to pay me what I would like so I decided to begin selling on eBay and eventually Amazon to create extra income. This week…Continue

Great Pat Flynn Podcast - Buying Stuff & Selling it on Amazon

Started by Chris Peek. Last reply by Raun Lauterbach Sep 22. 1 Reply

I just came across this Pat Flynn Smart Passive Income Podcast on Buying Stuff & Selling it on Amazon. It's from 2014, but the info is still very relevant. Great insight from a couple who has…Continue

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Comment by Derrick Lopez on November 15, 2015 at 7:50pm

Looking for tips on a sale I have currently going on eBay.  I have a car posted for sale as buy it now for 8800 with the make an offer option.  The highest offer I got was 7500, but I was aiming at 7900.  The car did not sell, so I reposted at 7950 with no make an offer option and I currently have 22 watchers with 416 views.  Are there any tips anyone can share for me like communicating with the watchers or posting differently.  I am looking to use eBay as my main inventory posting site if I can figure it out.  here is the listing if you would like to review and share advice or tips.


I would love your feed back

Comment by Barbara Colvin on November 4, 2015 at 10:48am

Very sweet! Congrats, Raun.

Group Leader
Comment by Raun Lauterbach on November 3, 2015 at 4:31am

I'm slowly getting back into the swing of things since Aaron was born...  Here's a picture.

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Comment by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on October 21, 2015 at 3:06pm

Hey congrats to Raun and his wife Liz on their new family addition:

Aaron Everett arrived last night at 8:41 via c-sec weighing in at 7 lbs 13 ounces 20 inches long. Hopeful Raun will share a picture or two when things settle down. 

Group Leader
Comment by Raun Lauterbach on October 19, 2015 at 6:37am

Sounds like a great idea, Cornelius!  There's nothing quite like meeting face to face to talk shop.

Comment by Cornelius M. Amos on October 17, 2015 at 8:12pm

I have been a FBA seller for over a year. I feel like it takes me too much time to prep. I would like to co-organize a MeetUp group with some people from Mississippi. I would like for such a group to physically meet and share tips and network. We could meet quarterly, at a minimum, and meet in a different part of the state each time.

Group Leader
Comment by Derrick Lopez on October 11, 2015 at 10:14pm

I sell used cars and would like to leverage eBay as the main platform going forward.  I am interested to know if anyone has ideas to track what cars do well on eBay based on past history.  I would love to hear any ideas

Group Leader
Comment by Raun Lauterbach on August 31, 2015 at 7:49am

There are some services that have popped up to remove the background of your pictures to make them ready for Amazon.  Keep in mind that there are a couple of categories that are much more strict about the background than others -- namely clothing and shoes.


I've used ClippingMagic.com and it's not too bad.  If you have a bunch of photos to be cleaned up or a bunch of products to list, I'd probably go Dave's route and hire someone to do the work.

Comment by Dave Ozment on August 31, 2015 at 7:12am

Hey Damon.  I ran into a similar issue.  At one time I actually thought I could get quality pictures from my phone.  But I quickly realized that was a farce.


Getting good images is very important.  I'm sure you've shopped on Amazon and you can spot good and bad images and you know how that can impact your buying decision.

So... I invested in a professional photographer.  I created a project on eLance and was specifically looking for someone with experience taking pictures for Amazon.  It probably ran me about $100 but it's a requirement to play the game in my mind.  Without good images I won't sell and in most cases it's a one time expense.

How did I execute it.  I logged the job and had several people offer bids.  I asked for samples and most were very good and any of them would have worked.  I ended up selecting a guy with a mid price offer who's profile and website I liked.  Product images can be boring, but he had some creative spins or angles (small stuff but still cool), that caught my eye. 

I sent him a sample (very small product), and got high quality images back within a couple days.

Not intended to be self serving, but here's my product web page with a couple images and my FB page with even more (you can easily spot the Pro pics).

Hope that helps.  I'm still pre-launch so by no means an expert but happy to share from my experience.






Comment by Damon on August 31, 2015 at 5:57am

What do you guys do for pictures on Amazon? None of my pictures ever meet the standard of totally white background.


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