Garage sales and yard sales are in full swing this time of year.
A few weeks ago we made over $1400 at our yard sale. It was amazing! Even better was that it was all donated towards my trip to Israel and Palestine in the fall.
Unfortunately just a week later I watched my neighbor attempt to do a garage sale. I say attempt on purpose because they are losing out on hundreds of dollars in sales by missing out on some basic things.
I’ve watched them:
- put in weeks worth of setup work
- days of multiple people working their sale
- not displaying things well
- not advertising
- poor signage
- no prices on things
- putting the wrong things in view
- sleeping in and not starting until after 9am
They have had very little success. How is it that there was less than 20 people that showed up to there sale just 1 week after over 200+ people showed up to mine right next door?
Are you like my neighbor? Have you spent way too many hours on a garage sale only to make poor sales? Are you needing to clear out some clutter to make room in your home for things that you really love? I’ve been there. I’ve had those sales where I’ve gone home with a hundred bucks and scratched my head wondering what I did wrong.
I can help.
Introducing my new Girlfriends guide to bringing in Big Bucks at your next yard sale ebook.
This downloadable PDF includes 9 pages full of steps and tips.
We’ll cover topics like:
Advertising, Getting the Word out
How to deal with hagglers and people who want a deal on everything.
Collecting the money
After the sale.
Of course I can’t guarantee what amount of money you’ll make but I can help you turn what you have into the best sale you can do. I know my guide will more then pay for itself and will help save you a TON of energy spent on doing the wrong things.
You can find the guide in my Etsy store now.
Make sure to pass along the link to your friends and family members that are planning sales.
Cheers to a summer of AMAZING sales!!