The reason for the question is that our Dee Why office is closing and we have a whole bunch of things that we want to get rid of, but it is not worth going through the trouble of listing each one and paying for each listing in an auction site like ebay.
We have things like filing cabinets, office chairs, office desks, cork boards, folding machine, VCR player, lightbox, paper binding machines (2), air conditioning unit, display stands etc.
My first step was to do a search for some of these things at Google.com.au, this provides a valuable first step as it shows you the various classifieds sites that people use to sell their things. Here are a list of some free classifieds sites… there are many more than you think:
There are also websites where you can go to list your business like http://sydneyexchange.com.au/ .
What I found most interesting is that people are even using online image storage areas like picasa (part of Google), www.flickr.com and others to show the images of their products and then provide their contact details. Just like this lady who is moving house: http://picasaweb.google.com/householdgoods/FurnitureForSale
So, there’s a little bit to think about next time you want to get rid of any household or office ‘stuff’. Happy selling…. by the way, i also used our email newsletter to let people know that we have things for sale 🙂
We have a lot of equipment that we no longer need in our move from Dee Why to Brookvale and they will be available for sale on Saturday 3rd May from 1pm to 4pm. Items available include: Computers, monitors, keyboards, powerboards, power extension, power cables, printers, fax machine, folding machine, binding machines, water cooler, Taymar display stands, office desks, office chairs, bar fridge, coffee maker, filing cabinets and more….
The address is 26 Oaks Ave, Dee Why (opposite Woolworths)… see you there
Today Ezylearn started the EzyLearn Educator program to help build a national team of trainers and training centres who use EzyLearn content to teach people how to use their computer.
“We have various Internet Portal websites that use our training content and felt that it was now a good time to bring together all the people who have used our conten” says EzyLearn Director, Steve Slisar.
The Ezylearn Educator program is designed to specifically inform Ezylearn trainers about changes to the content and delivery, as well as opportunities that arise in the computer software training market place. “It fits well with our new business opportunities programs where anyone who wants to use the full range of EzyLearn computer training tools can do so at a very economical price compared to other course material that is currently on the market” says Steve.
EzyLearn Educators have training workbooks, online e-learning videos and exercise files that they can use to help them deliver a full and comprehensive range of products to their clients.
Anyone interested in learning more should visit the Business Opportunities section of the EzyLearn website or subscribe to the EzyLearn Educators Email newsletter, by clicking the following link: http://www.ezylearn.com.au/_mgxroot/page_10728.html