This video came to me via Twitter. It really shows the value of creative and energetic marketing when selling a product.
The message is pretty clear and shows how powerful creative marketing can be. If you’re selling a bike, wheels or anything around the house, this is a great example of how being remarkable pays off – mediocrity doesn’t.
Go onto eBay and check the completed listings. To do this – click on Advanced search, type in what you’re looking for and check the completed listings box.
This will give you a great indication of what your bike is worth and what you could expect to get for it.
Craigslist – Free to advertise – this link leads to the Melbourne version.
Gumtree – Free to advertise – again, this link leads to the Melbourne version.
BikeExchange – There is lots of bikes on this Australian based site. They charge a small fee depending on the value or your bike. They also have some great tips on buying, selling and general bicycling advice.
Cycling Tips – An awesome site for cycling related tips and tricks. Wade is a great guy, authentic and real. He’s just opened a noticeboard that I’m sure will gain traction over time.It’s free and due to an ever increasing readership, you’ll sell your bike in no time.
Australian Cycling Forums – Not only a great place to sell your bike, but a chance to interact with fellow cyclists. Ask questions – get the heads up.
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