That old sound of the cash register ringing in sale after sale was every brick-and-mortar business owner's dream. Sales coming in the front door meant there was money in the cash drawer. You don't necessarily get that same thrilling sound when you have an Internet business. The thrill is there, but that little ka-ching i
Set up on public property. You can set up your stand on a sidewalk, public park, or other area that is not owned by a private person. Doing this can help you avoid accusations of trespassing. Be aware, though, that some larger metropolitan parks might require you to get a permit to sell there.
Advertise your price. Get a large piece of paper, cardboard or poster paper, and write what you're selling and how much one serving costs. For instance, you might write "LEMONADE, 25 CENTS". Set a fair price point, and make it something you'd be willing to pay yourself; if you're not sure what's fair, ask your parents or another trustworthy adult.