So you’ve got the buyer in front of your auction, and they’ve read the description. There must be interested, or they wouldn’t be looking… but how can you push them over that line and make them leave a bid? Read on for some tips.
Your reputation as a buyer is the most important thing people see when dealing with you on eBay. It is based on this little number that they will decide whether they can trust you or not.
If you’ve ever read an article about eBay, you will have seen the kinds of incomes people make – it isn’t unusual to hear of people making thousands of dollars per month on eBay.
Today, many people are looking for opportunities to earn money online, and selling merchandise on eBay is one of the popular ways of earning money on the internet.
Have you ever wondered why your perfectly fine classified ad fails to attract the attention you desire? There should be dozens—no, hundreds—of perspective buyers swamping your e-mail inbox with offers.
Some naysayers way back in the 1990s predicted that online shopping wouldn’t last. Sure, and they said television was a passing fad, too! As we all know, just the opposite has occurred. There’s a television in every household, and more than likely, the homeowner bought their television online—along with his books, music CDs, clothes, and maybe even his home.