This is especially true with items I bought or listed before I had a better idea of what sells. Sure, everything sells eventually, but I don't have storage space to hold items long enough to turn vintage!
Sometimes, you just want to unload stuff.
EBay has a new feature (maybe only if you have a store) that alerts you when inventory has sat for six months or longer. I'm not one to go back and re-take pictures or add new keywords, but I do drop prices occasionally. However, often times it makes no difference.
I recently started looking at some of my old listings. It reminded me of looking in the closet at a rack full of clothes and feeling like I have nothing to wear. Face it, sometimes we just get sick of the old stuff. So I put 10 of my items up for auction starting at 99 cents, and 5 of them sold. I didn't make much, but it was better than re-donating them. EBay's algorithm likes sales, so perhaps those six sales boosted my ranking in searches for my other items. Who knows.
Here's what I sold:
Liberty House Hawaiian Shirt sold for $5.50
Ricatto Shirt sold for $3.75
Hawaiian Togs Shirt sold for $9.50
Hawaiian Blues Shirt sold for $5.50
Harley-Davidson t-shirt sold for $10.50
If you just look at the sold prices, none are very high. But if you look at the total of $34.75, it's not too bad. There are plenty of days when I don't sell that amount. Consider auctions for getting rid of old merchandise.
Happy thrifting. -Lisa
Do you sell with auctions or Buy it Now? How's it working for you?