Who doesn’t like yard sales? It’s such a great way to make some quick cash and get rid of clutter at the same time!
(Besides, people routinely take stuff that’s been left at the curb for FREE when it’s intended for the garbage, so why not sell it?)
But in my mind, preparing for a yard sale is a process (…if not an art).
Each time, I fine-tune the things I’ve done in the past and make mental notes of the things I want to do and not do at my next yard sale.
In order for businesses to be successful, they have to constantly reinvent themselves and create ideas that will appeal to their audiences. The key to a successful yard sale is to look at it as a business. Just like any event or product, you want to try to draw attention through advertisement and uniqueness. Although it is not a day-to-day job, you can prepare for this event in advance to ensure success. –Roxanne Ranelli
How Do You Perfect This Process?
By learning from your own past sales, others who’ve hosted yard sales, and by listening to the shoppers who visit your garage sales.
In time, you will begin to see what works and what doesn’t, and you will inevitably find shortcuts & time-savers that will result in even more yard sale profits.
What??? You say you don’t have the time to do all of this research yourself? Good news!… I’ve done much of the legwork for you, and compiled all of my findings right here in this 9-part article I’ve entitled, “All My Best Yard Sale Tips”.
If you want to have a successful yard sale, this is the place to start!…
Here’s a funny yard sale video that was originally made for the CMT network. Enjoy the work of country comedy artist, Dollar Bill: