Online businesses come in a couple of different flavors.
Some are expensive and require hard work up front. Writing books and starting your own website fall into this category. If they aren’t monetarily expensive, they’re expensive with your time. You have to sink so much time to write a novel or get a website set up, and then there are expenses such as book covers, stock photos, domain names and hosting… it’s just hard work!
Then there are the businesses that are so easy that they become passive income. Designing a few things to sell on Zazzle, for instance, is an easy passive income option. You make a few graphics, and you can set it up and forget it.
The middle ground, though, comes in businesses where you buy things to resell online. That’s the kind of business I’m talking about here.
What, you didn’t know you could resell stuff on Etsy?
You have two options when you want to resell on the otherwise handmade-only marketplace. Those two options are selling vintage, or selling craft supplies.
I don’t have an eye for vintage diamonds. Trust me, I can’t tell the difference between a hunk of junk and something worth a thousand dollars!
But when it comes to selling craft supplies, well, that’s a business I can do!
I love craft supplies. When I have the time, I love walking through stores like Michael’s and Hobby Lobby, just imagining everything I could make with the supplies they have there.
That love comes in handy with my online business. It means I can tell what would sell well on my store.
Do you want to know a secret?
You can resell Dollar Tree items on Etsy for a huge profit!
In the articles linked below, you’ll find ideas of what you can sell on Etsy, and all you have to pay is a single dollar.
That single dollar can bring in a lot more. I rarely sell anything on Etsy for less than $9.99. Do you see how much money you can make doing this?
So if you’re ready to jump in and start selling on Etsy without spending a ton of time learning how to make crafts, check out the links below!