Ever wondered why some listings take longer to sell, while some get wiped out in under a minute?
We’ve compiled tips accumulated by users over the past eight years on what to sell and how to sell it quick on Carousell!
Navigate them here:
Prioritise what to sell
Need more details? Go through this step-by-step guide that can help you decide!
Pro tip: Popular categories
Electronics & Gadgets
Technology changes all the time, but humans rarely do 😉 As such, newer and older models of mobile phones, tablets, headphones, speakers or laptops are always in demand on Carousell.
Secondhand luxury items are really popular because brand new prices can be very high! Handbags, wallets, watches, shoes—you name it, it can probably get sold on Carousell when priced fairly.
Just note that not all luxury goods are made equal – some brands and models have higher resale values which cause price fluctuations. However, if the item is in good condition, priced reasonably and a high-demand classic, then you’re likely to sell it more quickly than a mass-produced item that is easily available.
Many users search for mint condition furniture on Carousell when they’re looking to upgrade or are moving to a new place—because why not? Less waste, plus it’s way cheaper than retail. It’s a win-win for both buyers and sellers!
Make your listings attractive
Here’s to selling more quickly!
With all these tips, we hope you now know how to curate your best listings so you can make a successful sale quicker!
However, if 30 active listings* are too limited for you, you can consider signing up for a free trial of CarouBiz, which allows you a higher allowance of listings.
Fret not, Carousell continues to be free to use for all users. You can still sell multiple items, 30 at a time.
We hope that you’ve been able to take away something useful from this set of tips! Happy Carouselling!
*in all categories with the exception of Property, Autos, Jobs and Services. This is only applicable for users based in Singapore.