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8 Must-Watch YouTube Channels for eBay Entrepreneurs

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Last Edited 09:06:18 AM

YouTube is an excellent resource for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Everyone can benefit from having a mentor, and YouTube makes it possible to learn from the absolute best. Subscribing to the right YouTube channel is a surefire way to stay up-to-date on the latest business strategies, marketing trends, opportunities for personal growth, and more.

 

Searching through YouTube can be pretty time-consuming, which is why we’ve outlined the top channels for you to subscribe to.

 

  1. TED Talks/TEDx

It’s no surprise that TED (technology, entertainment, design) is one of the most popular YouTube channels. Featuring speakers from around the world and covering a wide range of topics, there’s something for everyone on TED’s channel. If you want to learn from the top industry leaders in the world, look no further.

 



  1. GaryVee

Gary Vaynerchuk is the CEO and co-founder of VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital marketing agencies. Gary grew his family’s wine business from $3M to $60M in just five years and he became a self-made millionaire by the age of 35. His YouTube channel is full of candid entrepreneurial advice. Who better to learn from than one of the world’s most successful serial entrepreneurs?

 

 

  1. Y Combinator

Y Combinator is a startup accelerator, having funded over 1,588 startups since 2005. Their YouTube channel features how-to videos, recordings of their conferences and live events, and insightful interviews with guests ranging from Mark Zuckerberg to Elon Musk.

 

 

  1. Tim Ferriss

Entrepreneur Tim Ferriss is the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal best sellers, including The 4-Hour Workweek. He is an angel investor and has advised numerous startups. If you want to learn how to increase productivity, his YouTube channel is a must-watch.

 

 

  1. Stanford Graduate School of Business

With interviews, speaker series, lectures, and more, the Stanford Graduate School of Business’ YouTube channel is a goldmine of information. Their View From the Top speaker series is a student-led program, which features highly-respected leaders from around the globe sharing their wisdom on leadership, core values, life lessons, and more. Past guests include Oprah Winfrey, Arianna Huffington, Al Gore, and more.

 

 

  1. Good Life Project

The Good Life Project creates media, tools, programs, and experiences with the goal of helping you live a better life. They offer inspiring advice as well as interviews with a diverse range of guests that run the gamut from authors and business executives to  monks and Navy SEALs.

 

 

  1. Marie Forleo

Delivering more than just career advice, Marie Forleo offers life advice and tips for self-improvement as well. Her YouTube videos are an absolute must-watch for anyone who wants to learn how to reach their highest potential. Marie’s enthusiasm, passion, and entrepreneurial attitude are sure to leave you feeling inspired.

 

 

  1. Selling on eBay

eBay for Business’ new YouTube channel is a treasure trove full of insight for eBay entrepreneurs. Discover how-tos and eBay tool tutorials, inspiring seller stories, and advice to help you stay motivated and grow your business.

 

 

Are you subscribed to any other entrepreneurial YouTube channels? Share them with us in the comments section.

 

9 Comments
by 5heartfind · Adventurer
5heartfind
Adventurer

10KOnTheBay...Chris has been a wealth of no nonsense, inspriation for ebay, "How To" videos. I appreciate all his "time saving" advise.

RallyRoots....More positive inspirational seller info. 

by annazplace · Adventurer
annazplace
Adventurer

Casey, "the rockstar flipper" has a wealth of information. I dont know how far I would have made it with out him. 

trl_boutique
Adventurer

Thanks for this info!  I'm going to check these channels out!

schweizer135
Adventurer

No.  The must watch ones are people doing eBay everyday and making a living doing it.  Not celebrities, millionaires, or CEOs.  Sorry.

by tamralynn · Adventurer
tamralynn
Adventurer

It's important to surround yourself with positive and inspirational people from YouTube and other social media platforms.  Unfortunately there are some who always look at the negative side of things and spin things up for a better rating and "click bait".  There are Facebook groups that share non-factual information and run like chickens stating the sky is falling.  Ignore those people.  Leave their groups and YouTube channels and focus on those who are motivating and educating you on how to run the best eBay business.  That will help lead you to a road of success.

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I need to find an ebay seller in Rio Rancho New Mexico area please. Thanks!

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by josjac97 · Enthusiast
josjac97
Enthusiast

im located in Huntington Beach california. I use to sell stuff on offerup and other here and there items on other smaller sites. I also tried to open an amazon seller account but since I opened one a long time ago and never pursued seriously when I opened this previous account, I was suspended from selling on Amazon due to opening 2 accounts.

   Now, I am ready to start selling for profit and treat this process like my own business, because of my rejection to sell on Amazon,  I have decided to try my sales on Ebay. All of the items I have for sale can easily be sold on Amazon and I am hoping eBay will have success in selling my items as well.

Amazon has the Fullfillment system where it makes selling multiple items a lot easier. Not  dealing with customer service and the shipping process made Amazon ideal when it came to selling larger quantities of items. This allowed more time and energy to spend on building a better stock of items to sell. 

I was wondering if Ebay is starting to compete with Amazon in this aspect. If I were to sell for example an Xbox Game brand new I would just post it, print the barcode and ship it to Amaz warehouse and once the item sold Amazon would take 10-20% for storing packaging and shipping. On Ebay once my item sells, I am responsible to package and ship the item to the buyer correct? This makes selling 100s of items daily very tedious, if anyone can help me understand the best way to go about this problem I would appreciate it. Let me know if I explained my situation correctly. Thank you

Sincerely,

Joseph J.

nevermore_antiques
Adventurer
Shameless plug for a guy who sells on eBay and doesn't try to sell you something!  Lots of big youtubers out there who have been selling for just a few years but some of us smaller guys have done it for 2 decaids!