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If you’re looking for profitable things that sell online like crazy, you’re in the right place. You’ll learn about 7 things you can sell regularly that will make you a lot of money.
Let’s get into it!
These are Hot Sellers Online
What’s up with selling online anyway?
It’s an opportunity to make some money and some people do it on the regular as a stable source or income for side cash or as a full business.
Once you find that one thing or things you can sell online for cash, just rinse and repeat the process to bring in a steady flow of cash.
These things we’re going to share that you can sell online for profits are easy to source and anybody can get into selling them. Whether you’re trying to raise some cash to pay off your debts, grow your savings account or launch a full fledged business online, these hot sellers can help you get there. Here’s the list…
7 Profitable Things that Sell Online Like Crazy
1. Shower Salts
Self care is on the rise.
As I write this, we’re about 18 months into the pandemic. Things are starting to reopen around the world but we’re far from the end and places are reentering lockdown too, around the globe.
A big boom is self care is happening and people are looking to buy things to pamper themselves, including shower salts.
I went online to try to find shower salts recently and had the toughest time. It was either sold out or incredibly marked up.
I got lucky and grabbed the last jar at local store in my area and I’ve been carefully using that sparingly, to make it last as long as possible. Just go to #showertok on Tik Tok and you’ll see the millions and millions of views these shower and bath videos are getting. This is a winner.
Website flipping is a thing! In fact, I’ve personally made six figures from it! How does it work?
Build a site and sell it (the flip) for profit. I have students that have made hundreds of dollars on no-income no-traffic small websites within weeks of building them!
Why this is a winner?
- No coding skills
- Low startup (you can start with less than $60)
- Solopreneur business
- Be the boss (no worry of being micromanaged and no reporting to a boss)
- Unlimited income potential
- Flexible schedule (work nights/weekends or whenever you want)
- Scalability (make this a part-time or full-time business, you choose)
This is a fun and rewarding side hustle to get into. Making candles at home is incredibly cathartic. It’s relaxing and enjoyable to bathe in the beautiful fragrance of candles and wax. There are so many ways you can craft your own custom candle collection to sell to the public.
People are coming up with fun ideas like cereal bowl candles, Starbucks frappuccino candles and more.
This candle brand started with 100 dollars in thirty days and built a full business, now making $2,500/month. This 17-year old created a million dollar candle company!
If you’re crafty, this might be right up your alley.
4. Bath Bombs
Another good one in the self care niche. Bath bombs are so fun, beautiful and provide a relaxing experience to anyone taking a bath.
It’s a lot easier than you might think to make bath bombs and there are a ton of ways to get really creative with it. For crafters, this is another good one.
Have you heard of couch flipping? This guy did it to the tune of $8,000 per month! He started with Craigslist and built a full venture with this.
Source used couches on places like Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. Fix it up, then flip it for profit! You can make thousands of dollars per week with this.
If you know how to make jewelry, you’ve got a valuable skill that can be monetized.
Sell on places like Etsy, Facebook Marketplace, social media, family and friends and in your own private Shopify store.
To get a big boom with your business, put it on Tik Tok. I’ve seen so many small businesses blow up on the platform. It’ll make your head spin.
7. Print on Demand Goods
Print on demand goods like t-shirts or coffee mugs are great to sell online. Just partner with a POD company and you’re practically dropshipping. You’re just responsible for the design and keeping up your store (i.e. replying to customer questions, marketing and promotion, etc.).
Why Sell Online?
Extra money. Financial Freedom. A path to launching your career or business.
Who couldn’t use some money after all, right?
Raise cash and..
- Pay your bills
- Pay off your mortgage
- Save for your child’s education in a college savings fund
- Grow your nest egg
- Live a more fruitful lifestyle (drinks out with the girls every weekend or online shopping sprees)
- Build your emergency fund
I hope this list gave you some ideas and inspiration to get started.
Questions? Comment below!