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How To Be A Seller In eBay

Posted on: March 27th, 2012 by Brad D.

eBay is an online store where you can buy just about anything. From electronic gadgets to books and supplements, eBay got it all. There are a lot of merchants who succeeds selling at eBay.

Online selling is another way to earn income through the internet and eBay is the only best website to do it. If you offer any kind of product, you can sell it at eBay and have good selling business.

Here are the ways on how to be a successful seller at eBay. (more…)

eBay made simple?

Posted on: February 6th, 2006 by Brad D.

I just found this really interesting eBay site that I would strongly suggest you check out. It’s fairly new but the concepts are all solid and from a marketing master. eBay is not slowing down, so get in on it while you can.

“So many people are trying to build a web-site and then trying desperately to get traffic to their web-site. Why not simply go to where the traffic is? Go to eBay! You don’t even need a web-site! (If you have a web-site get ready for a serious TRAFFIC BOOST). What’s the secret? It has to do with the fact that about 80,000 people sign up for every day! ”

More Ebay Tips

Posted on: November 11th, 2005 by Brad D.

As I was saying in my last article, eBay is a huge money making machine ready to do you a whole lot of good. Or should I say do your bank account a whole lot of good. My uncle for example decided to clean out his closet last week by selling some old guitar peddles. I don’t know much about them but I suggested he go ahead and sell them on ebay because he could make the most cash.

He started up the auction, and within the first 2 bids had easily exceeded his reserve. He is getting 20 TIMES what he would have got for them by selling at a garage sale. Obviously he is happy he decided to sell them because with the sale of the 6 peddles he is able to go out and buy a brand new guitar! Not bad for listing a few items. Do you know how long it took for him to list them and sell? 5 minutes.

It’s THAT easy and there is no arguing about it. I told my uncle to go buy this ebay money making secrets guide before he sold though, because there are tricks of the trade and secrets to selling. It’s not as easy as pressing a button on your own. I told him to visit this site and use their advice to build his auctions. He is glad he listened to me – as is everyone who actually does. If you’re looking to make some cash selling products on ebay, make sure to visit this site.

The secret code of Ebay

Posted on: November 3rd, 2005 by Brad D.

I’m not the type to easily get hyped on any product. I try everything sure, but I really don’t think that EVERY idea is destined to work. That’s why a few years ago when everyone was getting in on this online auction / Ebay thing I sat back and really pondered if it was worth getting into on the ground floor.

I did get in but certainly not to the level that I wish I would have. I was focusing my efforts on other profitable ventures and I considered the eBay gig to be a part time cash cow. Something that gave me aspirin money (I already had a beer fund). I was basically just taking junk I had around the house that I really never used and sold it. I had an old saxaphone that was unusable, so I sold it as a planter. I fetched $80 for this thing. My reserve was $20.

Now with all of the people working on this system you’d think that it’s saturated and you wouldn’t be able to get in right? You’d be WRONG in a huge way. As more people begin using the system and more transactions are placed, the more demand there is for products – and buyers. The system is nowhere near full. People are making livings selling handbags, and knit scarves. It seems unbelievable but here is a prime example: I was lecturing at a college in Southern California and a girl mentioned that she went to thrift stores for her ebay stuff. She said she would buy tshirts, hats, pants – anything she could buy for under $10, and flip it around to be sold for over $30. That’s a HUGE markup. She managed to make enough in her first 3 months to buy a new Saturn. That’s not too shabby for an 18 year old kid.

I don’t pretend to know it all about ebay. I leave that to the experts and you should too. Check out this ecellent site that will give you tips and tricks on how to succeed on ebay. It is very much worth the read. I picked it up myself just so I could expand my own personal horizons. I increased my revenue by 25% for doing next to nothing different. I love the internet!!

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