From the Author
Welcome to the easiest way I've ever found to make extra money in your spare time, buying and reselling good quality used books online. This is a simple business anyone can make money at, so long as you have a computer, high-speed internet access, about $200-$500 to stock up on inventory and supplies, plus an open mind willing to follow a few simple suggestions, tips and techniques that make top profits earning cash for books!
You'll also need the want-to to earn this easy extra money. This is no get-rick-quick business. It is a simple, home-based business anyone can start in their spare time, and the only limitations you'll have is the amount of effort you put into finding, listing and shipping good used books to eager buyers on the #1 book selling website on the planet.
I've distilled everything I've learned that works in the real world -- and the things that haven't worked like I thought they would -- to help anyone with a good idea start making a nice part-time income fast.
From my experience, selling good used books, slightly listened to music CDs, and once-watched, forever-shelved DVDs are three of the easiest items to uncover in the smallest town, and recycle as a steady online business for easy cash. Further, you can make good money reselling unwanted college textbooks, so long as you buy them right. This book shows you how.
Take this to any level you want: Perhaps you only need to clean out your library, make more room in your home or basement, and raise a little cash. This book will help you price your personal books and digital CDs and DVDs at the best prices, so the small price will more than pay for itself many times over.
Or you could plow your profits back into more inventory if you want to expand to a larger audience, and earn a sizeable monthly income, all in about 1-2 hours a day, doing easy work, and getting steady direct deposits into your checking account. If you want to, you can build your own home-based business selling used books, working from home, all in your spare time. It's all up to you.
Get your copy today. With this Kindle book you get everything you need to get started making good profits from old used books, music CDs, instructional DVDs and college textbooks.
About the Author
Steve Johnson, Author & Publisher:
Steve Johnson is an e-book author and digital publisher who specializes on delivering high-demand 'how-to' content. This content takes the form of Kindle e-books, niche websites, and online and offline articles. His company, Johnson Publishing, which has been publishing on the Internet since the mid-1990s, created FindHow2. com and Credit-Letters. com, both of which offers readers a wide-range of free self-help articles on topics covering personal finance, debt relief, student loan repayment and loan forgiveness, and ways to restore good credit.
"Big Solutions To Life's Little Problems"
"I created these free websites to help people find simple solutions to life's little problems," Johnson explains. "There is a growing need for simple, practical advice in this ever-changing, complex world we live in. That will never change."
Teaching Others How To Make Extra Money, Working From Home
"The reason I wrote 'How To Make Easy Money Selling Your Old Used Books On Amazon' is to take the reader who has the 'Want-To' and give them the 'How-to," Johnson said. "I boiled down the essential skills and tasks somebody needs to do to be successful at selling used books online, and published it in the newest technology available: The Amazon Kindle e-Book Reader," he noted. "For less than the price of a cup of coffee at your favorite cafe, practically anyone can now get a fast start making money selling used books working from home."
Publishing On Kindle, Helping Booksellers Get Started Selling Online
Johnson's e-book launched March 2012 and has helped share money-making tips and techniques on how anyone can make easy extra money buying and reselling used books online. Future plans include updating the e-book with video lessons as the online bookselling industry evolves and home-based booksellers seek out for more detailed information, Johnson said.