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Don Heiden
Don Heiden
Don Heiden is a 30-year veteran of online reselling going back to the days of Yahoo Auctions. He runs The Auction Professor YouTube channel posting videos and content about various reselling platforms and topics, and he is a member of the eBay, Amazon, Hip, and other affiliate programs where he may earn a commission when linking to products on those sites. He can also be found on most social networks under the same name, including Instagram. He is also a published professional artist which includes works produced for The Walt Disney Company. He holds an Associate Degree in Database Design, Construction, and Network Administration. He also holds a Bachelor Degree and Master Degree of Research & Communications from The University of Toledo.

4 thoughts on “Researching Your Items to Get the Best Price”

  1. Hi Don, I am a HUGE Fan! I watch your videos religiously for years now. This is a great article but I would like to mention a free price comparison tool for secondhand/vintage: SellHound’ Fetch Engine. I am the founder of SellHound (so clearly I’m biased… ;).. but, for example, in a recent video you spoke about Fontanini Nativity. On SellHound’s search, you can search multiple marketplace both Current and Sold prices in one search: https://aggregator.sellhound.com/?category=21&search-term=fontanini&search-condition=used

    You can dig deeper by clicking into the marketplace.

    Let me know what you think. Best, Suzanne

  2. I would really want to know what you think or worthpoint and how it compares to terapeak? And does one need a separate site for artwork such as Askart to find values of specific artists?

  3. I want to comment about WORTHPOINT – which is way better than Terapeak if only because Worthpoint lists eBay sold items from years and years ago and keeps them listed. Another great point about Worthpoint, especially for niche category researchers, is that many eBay listings are incorrectly described or outright FAKES. Worthpoint is continually policing listings and will remove bad listings if you flag them and provide documentation proving errors. (Maybe Terapeak does this too, I do not know, I have never even looked at it.)

    And good gosh, don’t forget about Kovels – https://www.kovels.com/ their print price guides were the Bible for so many years; they are now online.

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