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Tips For Selling Items Online

Spring is right around the corner and you may be looking to make your home as organized as possible. This month 106 Self Storage wants to share tips for selling your items online! Whether cleaning out your closet or adding an online aspect to your business, these tips can assist. Our Plympton MA self storage units also play an important role for online sellers.

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Why People Sell Their Items

Working towards graduation in May? College students can sell their belongings they no longer need online to get a jumpstart on student loans. You can even make this your side hustle to help get on your feet after college. Sell text books, apartment supplies, or clothing for easy extra income.

106 Self Storage can help with your college storage needs during summer break and after the school year.

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Tips For Selling Online

  1. Decide what you are selling.
  2. Choose a site to promote your belongings. Let Go, Facebook Marketplace, Offer Up are all great options.
  3. Take a good photo!
  4. Be up front with your buyer about price, damages, and details about the item.

Self storage an play an integral part when selling your gear online. If you are cleaning out your apartment and using online sites to sell your items, you can store with us! Keep your items out of harms way, and ready for a speedy sale with 106 Self Storage.

Did you know we accept deliveries for our customers? Not only will our Plympton MA self storage space aid in selling your items, but we can also help with a few business tasks like this. Use our Plympton MA self storage to store your products going online.

Tim Glasow

Tim Glasow

About the Author: Tim is an SEO Strategist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. He is a self-storage industry specialist who has written about everything from storage advice and helpful resources to industry trends. In his free time, Tim enjoys sampling craft beer and exploring the local music scene.