• Flea Markets

    Tips to Attract Customers


    The busy setting of a flea market is filled with distractions for potential customers: the smells of greasy food, the site of bright merchandise a few stalls away, the conversation of their shopping companions.  In order to attract customers to your stall instead of anyone else's, you'll need t...
  • Flea Markets

    Chatting With Potential Customers


    Small talk, despite being uncomfortable for many people, is a very effective way to reel in otherwise reluctant customers.  If you aren't used to small talk, it's difficult to engage in it without being awkward or unsure of what to keep conversing about.  If you have a flea market stall an...
  • Garage Sale Shopping Tips

    Garage Sale Taboos


    You want to be a great garage sale shopper, right?  The kind that hosts will remember as being pleasant, well-prepared, and even helpful.  One way to do this is to avoid garage sale taboos that can haunt you as a customer and really hurt or offend your host, and to gently encourage your fe...
  • Frugal Pets

    Cleaning Up After Your Pet


    Some pets are just messier than others -- it's a fact you have to face when you decide whether or not to keep your furry friend. If you have the bad fortune to get a dog or cat that frequently soils your carpet and other surfaces around your home, there are ways you can still be a frugal pet owner w...
  • Garage Sale Hosting Tips

    Safe Pet Procedures


    You and your family may love Fido and Tiger, but not everyone is so fond of others' furry friends.  When garage sale weekend rolls around, it's time to take the pets to the backyard or inside the house, because proper yard sale etiquette means pets are out of sight. "But my (dog/cat/rabbit/hams...






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