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How To Increase Your eBay Auction Traffic Quickly And Easily

How To Increase Your eBay Auction Traffic Quickly And Easily

If you have only listed an item on eBay and not done anything else you would get a small number of unique visitors checking out your auction up until the last day of your auction. The first problem with this technique is that you would be waiting until the last day for your auction to finish and there are also millions of sellers on eBay that could be selling the same product that you are. … Read entire article »

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eBay Drop Shipping

If you hope for your own eBay business and have plenty of time, you can make that dream into a reality – even if you do not have your own product to sell. eBay has many people who want to leave their nine to five jobs a way to make a good living, without having a lot of capital to get started. This is quite possible through drop shippers. Drop shippers send goods to customers for business owners. If you have an eBay business, you’re a business owner. This allows you to offer a wide range of stock at your store, without the need to stock all of those products! Simply create your own auction and sell the product. You can then pass on customer data to a drop shipping company. … Read entire article »

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How to Price Your Items on eBay

Many people do not realize the importance of getting the pricing right when running eBay auctions. While eBay is an auctions site, these auctions are different from the kind of auctions that you would attend offline. Basically there are three types of prices for any eBay auction, which are explained below. Starting Bid Price This price must be set price out of all of the pricing options. It is a good idea to set this price low as this will encourage people to bid on your auction. Never put this price higher than $50 regardless of the value of your item. Reserve Price If you set a low starting bid price then you MUST set a reserve price. This price is the lowest that you will accept for the item that … Read entire article »

Filed under: Listing Products for Sale on eBay