If you're looking to sell your new or used stuff online, you're faced with a bounty of options. Of course, many people will turn to eBay for a middleman transaction or to Craigslist for a more "casual" deal, but Amazon.com is a third option you might have not considered yet.
With a clean setup, easy-to-use interface, and huge audience, Amazon is a great place to sell your old gadgets, books, appliances, and other goods you might've forgotten about (or never used in the first place).
Of course, you need to know a few things first. CNET's Richard Peterson gives you the lowdown on how to set up your account, things to watch out for, and some no-nonsense tips on making sure your stuff sells and your customers are happy.
So take a good look at that pile of stuff you don't use, put a price tag on it, and cash in with this tutorial: