Common Sense Ebay Selling: How to Out-Sell Your Competition on Ebayby Michael Senoff
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Greg is an eBay expert who makes a nice living listing auctions on the site, but when he first started out he was only selling unwanted stuff from his garage. He says his family and friends used to laugh at him… until they found out how much he was making. Now they bring over their unwanted stuff for Greg to sell online as well.
Greg is what’s known as a PowerSeller, which means he consistently sells more than $1,000 in merchandise on eBay a month. And the most amazing part is that he does it from a small town in the middle of nowhere. So you know if he can do it, you can do it too. And in this two-part interview, he shares everything you need to know to get started today.
Part One: The Basics According to Greg, if eBay were at all hard, millions of people wouldn’t be buying and selling stuff on the site every day. In fact, he says the hardest part about selling on eBay is taking pictures of your items.
Part Two: Shipping Is Not As Hard As It Seems If you’re like most people, you may feel intimidated to sell on eBay because you think shipping is going to be a hassle. Maybe you wonder what will happen if someone claims they didn’t receive a package or, worse, if an item breaks in the mail. According to Greg, shipping is easier than you think, but you will want to make sure you go the extra mile to protect yourself against lost or broken items.
Ebay may seem intimidating at first, but Greg says not to worry – if you can send and receive emails and look at web pages, you can succeed at eBay. And in this interview, you’ll hear exactly how easy it is.
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