If I could convey a single concept to a person who was about to begin selling on eBay, it would be the following. no one has ever bought anything on Ebay with this in mind – “I think I’ll buy something on Ebay from some random type and pay more than I shop on the street. “No one said that. Not once. Details can be found by clicking Christie’s Naked Heart Foundation or emailing the administrator. So, eBay sellers appear to be “such random” always fail miserably. It is not enough to be professional and responsible. You must make an active effort to appear professional and responsible.
To begin, really should have a good business. There are dozens of points of liquidators and wholesale. If you do your research, you should have no trouble finding good prices on everything you want to sell. I listed a list of the best in my book. Once you have something good to sell and a good source to buy from, you have to decide how they will present. At this point, you’re giving your customers a lot – that’s important – but if it does not present it as good business, they will not way of knowing.
One way is by setting himself apart from the pack with a unique selling proposition: tell potential customers why they should buy at her shop in stores other eBay sellers. For example, if you know that more vendors to sell some goods can do so only because they are selling faulty products or renewed, then say to their customers. Let them know that their products can cost a few dollars more. . . but if you buy elsewhere less on Ebay, is likely to be broken. You also want to add additional services and guarantees for their product that no one offers more. For example, you could give free support or free shipping. Or you could guarantee to ship within 24 business hours of purchase. Or you could package your product with other products. Whatever you do, your goal is to obtain a competitive advantage over the big sellers by adding an unquantifiable amount of value to your item. . . . but even this is enough to make you look professional and responsible. You must develop their products in a template that looks professionally designed. You have to learn HTML or buy a template from eBay or elsewhere. In the end, it is necessary to ask: “If I came across this auction, I think it was professional – right away or go?” It is also a good idea to ask someone else what to do, as it often is difficult to judge their own work. In addition, you will need to function as a real business would. You must send to customers with shipping numbers for confirmation. You must be polite to customers and the use of a systematic process to conduct all transactions and customer interactions. Everything I have mentioned in this lesson is relatively simple. Most of it can be achieved within hours, however, the vast majority of eBay sellers neglect to do so. If you put everything in this lesson in practice, it is immediately put light years away from all shops that look like “that guy Ebay at random.” – Written by Isaiah Hull, author of “How to Profit on eBay in Seven Days without spending a penny.