Is there a better time of the year to list items. Is summer slower that, say, the fall winter or spring? Are there any statistics on this? I really don’t want to waste my listing fee money if no one is going to bid.
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Ebay does have slower seasons. Right now in August the train items I sell to operators aren’t bringing the same money they’d bring in the late fall and early winter.
I am sure other items suffer from these slumps. Right now, school supplies are good sellers.
The best way to deal with these seasonal slumps is to have a wide range of merchandise. That way you’ve always got something in demand.
When I buy trains for resale, I always pay based on slow sales periods. That way, I can look at the price bump around Christmas as a bonus.
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