I’s been a while since I released a new episode of Certified Comic Talk, but I’m happy to say I’m back with a brand new episode of the podcast! Today I’ll be sharing my best tips for finding and buying comic books at estate sales, and you just might be surprised at how you can leverage local estate sales to boost your business or your personal comic collection.
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If you’re like me and you love wrestling almost as much as comics, then you’re really going to enjoy this episode. Not a wrestling fan? Don’t sweat it, listen to get the inside scoop on what it’s like to be an independent comic creator!
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- Episode 5 Giveaway Winners Announced
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- Find Estate Sales happening near you on EstateSales.net
- How to get email notifications when new estate sales with comics are taking place near you
- Advice on the best time to arrive at an estate sale
- Why making new comic friends at estate sales is a best practice
- Understanding the psychology of estate sale buyers
- Tips for putting together an estate sale comic shopping strategy
- How to negotiate a fair price when buying comics at estate sales.
- Updates to the Certified Comic Shop
- …and so much more!
On this episode, I’m giving away a brand new Google Home Mini! This is one of the most useful smart speakers you can own so be sure to listen all the way to the end of the show to find out how you can enter to win this awesome prize!
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