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Seller Sunday: PC Flipping AMA with PC LAB

Check out this week's AMA with PC LAB featuring questions from the Jawa community. This is the first of a three-part series, focusing on the topic of flipping PCs.

Seller Sunday: PC Flipping AMA with PC LAB
Meet PC LAB, a standout among our top sellers on Their track record speaks volumes with an impressive sales history and an unbeatable 5-star average review rating. Having facilitated over 300 transactions, PC LAB has played a pivotal role in shaping our platform and delighting PC gamers across the board.

Browse through their storefront, and you'll find a captivating collection of expertly crafted builds and stunning photography. Each creation is a testament to their dedication to quality and attention to detail, setting them apart from the competition.

Experience firsthand what sets PC LAB apart and discover why we can all take a page from their book.

1. (Byron D.) What would you recommend most for a new seller that is aiming for the budget market?
Do a lot of research before choosing the parts for the build, a few good sources are: Youtube channels like ZTT, Tech YES City, Scattervolt and marketplaces like eBay, Mercari, AliExpress.

2. (Sean W.) What is the best advice for someone who’s looking to sell on Jawa?
My advice is to start slow and act professionally, take good care of your customers and avoid being greedy.

3. (Victor R.) What is the number one mistake starters do when building a PC?
Buying incompatible parts and also buying low-quality and cheap power supply.

4. (Emil H.) What is the best method to find used parts online?
A lot of online research on websites like: eBay, Jawa, Mercari and and also use
Average Finder to avoid overpaying for parts.

5. (Henrik H.) What’s the hardest part of PC building?
One of the most challenging parts of PC building is cable management.

6. (Daniel G.) What are some good resources when first getting into PC building? Such as tracking pricing, performance differences, compatibility, etc.
PCPartPicker and Average Finder. Also Youtube channels: ZTT, Tech YES City, Scattervolt and more.

7. (Sam G.) You have some really solid build photos! What’s your camera setup?
Canon EOS 4000D DSLR Camera w/Canon EF-S 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 III and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

8. (Brian P.) How do you decide what market to target?
Mostly by keeping an eye on the Jawa Discord community: #snagged-n-bagged. Also eBay and Amazon top selling gaming PCs.

9. (Ali B.) What is your most efficient method of maintaining the consistency of your shop?
Have a clear vision and goal for your business and create a routine for
yourself that helps you stay productive.

10. (Mason B.) How do you consistently make a profit on your PC builds?
Always try to find good PC parts deals below MSRP and don't overprice your build.

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