I don’t know about you, but it’s a lot easier for me to let go of stuff I no longer want or need when someone is willing to pay me for it.
Sure I could give stuff away, which I’ve done. Or donate it (been there, done that too). But call me crazy…I much prefer when clutter goes out the door and money comes in!
That’s what I call getting paid to declutter – and I’ve been doing it for years. In fact, I wrote a book about it back in 2012. You may remember me telling you about that book – it’s called How to Declutter and Make Money Now. In this book, I shared everything I knew about how to sell all kinds of things from alarm clocks to zebra-print furniture.
Then, after downsizing in a big way in 2013, I discovered even more ways to turn clutter into cash!
So what did I do? Yup. I updated and expanded my original work. This second edition is on sale now in your choice of two formats, both at special introductory prices for a limited time only!
(Ironically, if you choose to buy the paperback, you can use my tips on selling used books to re-sell it when you’re done! How cool is that?)
The new edition includes a simple system to de-clutter any room (Chapter 1) plus a Marketplace Resale Guide (Chapter 7) with expert advice for where to sell what.
One of my favorite tips in How to Declutter and Make Money Now is how to cross-sell on Craigslist. If you have multiple ads, include a line in each that says something like “Search UNCLUTTER123 to see my other listings.” That’s what I call cross-selling and it can be very effective. If your buyer likes one item, he/she might be interested in something else you have for sale, which increases the total sale per visitor.
Also, did you know that there’s an online comparison site where you can get instant buyback quotes on your old cell phones? Or that you can exchange unused gift cards for cash? Thinking about having a garage sale? Learn where you can advertise it for free and how to maximize your earnings. What are your options if you can’t have a garage sale where you live? You’ll find the answers to all these questions and more in this book.
You’ll also find a chapter on swapping which is the next best thing to getting cash for that stuff you no longer love or use. And, in another chapter, you’ll learn how donating everything can result in a bigger net gain than selling (it’s also the quickest way to declutter your home).
It’s all in the book – how and where to sell anything and get the best price for it. I can just see the big smile on your face as you start getting paid to declutter your home. Grab your copy of the book here – TODAY – at the special introductory price!
Thanks, as always, for supporting my work. You are the best readers an author could ever wish for. Seriously.