7 Ways to Earn Passive Income

2. Sell things you don’t need online

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Shopping can be fun, but many people find that they accumulate too many things over time. A good way to get rid of the clutter is to start selling unneeded books, artwork, sports equipment, toys and clothing online. Whatever it is you no longer need, there likely is someone who wants it. There’s a buyer for almost anything, if the price is right. The Internet provides an easy want to connect with shoppers.

Marketing websites like eBay, Gazelle and Craigslist make the process fairly simple. If you’re not sure what to sell, just look through the items stored in your garage, basement or attic. Instead of donating things to thrift stores, you could be making money by selling items over the Internet. To price your goods competitively, just look at what’s already for sale online.

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