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Tips for Optimizing Sales on eBay with Allison Hartsoe (5:54

September 3rd, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

eBay consultant Allison Hartsoe offers several tips to help sellers optimize sales on eBay. eBay Pulse displays popular keywords that should be included in product titles. The volume of products listed in eBay’s core auction area determines one’s sales growth potential. Don’t pay optional listing fees except for ‘gallery.’ Detailed Seller Ratings (DSRs) affect both search rankings and sales potential, so customer service must be primary.

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  1. neohippe1
    September 3rd, 2012 at 13:15 | #1

    I have listed about …
    I have listed about 200 items now and have sold about 130. It just depends on how nice the item is, and how low you start the price.

  2. remotelister
    September 3rd, 2012 at 13:15 | #2

    Though this video …
    Though this video is highly educational it is 5 min. long Ive come up with a way to sell your stuff through ebay that will take less time and will get what you have sold fast easy and for more money check out our channel or go to remotelister . com

  3. cuba1902
    September 3rd, 2012 at 13:15 | #3

    Actually I agree …
    Actually I agree with what she says, although it was left out about starting the bids at 99 cents is another trick that works quite well. People get really attracted to that. I had been doing 7 day and worked well but now I am experimenting with 3 day auction to see how it goes. People usually come across on new items listed and when its getting ready to end.

  4. a8llison
    September 3rd, 2012 at 13:15 | #4

    Every category on …
    Every category on eBay is different for sell through rate, depending on if it’s a high velocity category like coins or ipods, or a steady sales category like truck accessories. When you average everything, you get to 48%.

    Further, high velocity categories often have low start prices (i.e. 99 cents) which makes them sell quickly but perhaps not at the price a seller wants. The reverse is true for other categories where product does not move as fast, but when it does you get your price.

  5. mylampstand
    September 3rd, 2012 at 13:15 | #5

    An average of 48% …
    An average of 48% sell.
    Liar Liar Liar,
    Your tongues on fire.
    See completed items on ebay 90% TO 95% Do not sell.
    Do they come up to scratch ,can we leave feedback for ebay

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