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Selling on eBay

AS PHYSICAL RETAILERS continue moving towards the world wide web, so too does a different kind of e-commerce. Second-hand selling has grown exponentially over the last ten years, with a growing number of platforms offering a place to buy and sell items among a community of ordinary users. eBay is one such service, with more than 11 million unique users visiting eBay Australia every month. While a large proportion of the goods up for grabs may be brand new, don’t let that deter you from listing second-hand items – it may surprise you to learn just how much some things are worth, especially those that are one of a kind or limited edition. By the same token, eBay is also a great platform for small businesses looking to sell their goods to users all over

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