Sharemystorage.com is a new online social marketplace aiming to help householders rent out extra space in their homes to local people looking for self-storage space, as a viable alternative to costly and inconvenient self-storage facilities.
If you’ve had a new mobile phone for Christmas, you may want to make some cash by selling your old phone, and you may be surprised what your old mobile is worth.
Stelios, the entrepreneur behind budget airline easyJet, and Brent Hoberman of Lastminute.com, are behind a new venture which will allow you to rent out your car to make money.
Think you’ve got a great idea for an iPhone app, but don’t have the technical ability to develop it yourself? FundedApps might be just what you need to get your app developed and earn some money from it.
The Walletpoppers have been busy finding the best sites for selling and swapping your unwanted, secondhand stuff.
BBC Newsbeat has done a little bit of an investigation into the prices paid by online gold buyers, and surprise surprise, they don’t come off very well.
If you have something you’d like to sell, but don’t want to go down the normal auction site route, and want to setup your own online store, what options are available?
It would appear that dodgy gold buyers aren’t confined to the U.K., with a report in the U.S. looking at how much the “cash for gold” companies offer compared with other buyers.
Orange is joining the swelling ranks of companies offering to give you money for your old mobile phone.
The Money4Gold saga continues, with more and more disgruntled gold sellers complaining that there’s no sign of their gold being sent back, despite some receiving several assurances from the company that it is on its way (and definitely not half way across the Atlantic to be melted down in a U.S. foundry).