How to sell your mac on ebay

Like if this guide is helpful
How to sell your mac on eBay by macmend www.macmend.com Of course first you must register your details at www.ebay.com or the ebay site in your country (for me its www.ebay.co.uk) The choose an eBay User ID and password so you’ve got a trading identity on the site. If its just mac stuff you intend to sell its a good idea to make it a mac style identity. MacSeller or Mac bargain, like mine is macmend because I run the troubleshooting site at www.macmend.com. Once you’ve found a good name and checked its available, you complete the sign on process and confirm your registration by clicking on the link ebay emails to you. Done all that? Well now you’ll now be signed in. Click on "Sell" at the top right of of your screen, enter your debit or credit card details and click "Continue." Its definitely worth registering with PayPal,( a basic personal account will do) as you get secure payments. Go to My eBay and click "Related Links"> PayPal. Now you are ready to begin selling your mac Click on the Sell tab, choose a relevant category and sub-category for your item, usually something like Computing>Apple/Macintosh>(your type of mac here) then click Save and Continue. Enter details of your item on the ’Create your listing’ page. Include words likely to be used by buyers searching eBay for macs such as emac, G4, imac, mac mini, iPod etc. The next step is to add a photo. You can include one image per sale item for free, and further images for a fee. Use an image editor to crop the pic to eBay’s standard 300x400 pixels, dont let eBay automatically resize it. Note you should save it as a Jpeg or GIF, then click Add Pictures to upload your photo. State really clearly what the items condition is and enter a detailed description in the given field. Now proceed to the Selling Format box and enter a Starting Price for bids. You can also set a Reserve price –very useful when selling decent kit you dont want to go to a low bid. If the reserve price option isn’t visible, click Show/Hide Options at the top of the page. Specify the item’s condition and enter a detailed description in the appropriate field. Now proceed to the Selling Format box and enter a Starting Price for bids. You can also set a Reserve price – a useful fallback if bidding is slow. If the reserve price option isn’t visible, click Show/Hide Options at the top of the page. Of course if all this is a bit complex and you want to sell your mac in an intuitive mac way i recommend two pieces of software Garage Sale http://www.iwascoding.com/GarageSale/ and iSale http://www.equinux.com/us/products/isale/index.html They do it all for you. Dont let that old mac sit in a cupboard, sell it on ebay. NB before selling any storage media or mac including internal storage media ensure you do not leave data on which you would not want others to see....initialise your disk and zero all data or secure erase. Good luck
Have something to share, create your own guide... Write a guide
Explore more guides