by Joe Waynick
Live long and prosper!
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I've been book scouting in the Phoenix area for nearly six years six years. Although there's a lot more competition these days, I still never fail to bring home a minimum of 50 books a day with an average listing price of $10 or more.
I give very detailed instructions on how I do this in my book Internet Bookselling Made Easy!
One of my best sources are Goodwill Thrift Stores. But I also have others. Since I don't sell clothes, I can't speak about that market.
I also do well with finding DVDs and the occasionally rare VHS movies. I must admit that I'm very picky when it comes to video tapes.
I hope this answers your questions and I wish you the best of luck with your bookselling business in the future.
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Original Comment: November 28, 2014 Just to add to Joe's excellent rebuttal to Anonymous' overly simplified post, just because a thrift store …