Posts Tagged ‘Find People’

Really good auction site that is free to post?

January 3rd, 2013 1 comment

I REALLY want to find a auction site that is completely free and I can auction off something, I want one people actually go to and people don’t get scammed. If you could give me a list by popularity I would greatly appreciate, 10 pts best answer.

Not an auction site but a very good site. Also free: (or .com)
You can post there for free and people can email or call you.
It is easier, you can ship or have pickup. You can also find people that want you item, so it is easier.
You can post almost any kind of junk there and they’ll take it.

I f I were to sell anything online, what is that people really look for to buy?

November 28th, 2012 2 comments

I want to have an online business but I dont have anything to sell. what could I sell and where could I get it from.

There are two types of things you can sell online – tangible products and digital products. I’m certain that with your research over the Internet, you would by now be overwhelmed by the information thrown at you. In these circumstances, it can be confusing, and hard to make a decicion.

Nevertheless, I think you should approach this systematically. First, evaluate products from a demand perspective. You can only sell if there is adequate demand for a product. To do this, you can find out what people are searching for over the internet. One of the ways to do this is to use the Google Adwords Keyword Tool. Brainstorm on some of the items you are thinking of selling and find out if people are looking for them. These could be tangible products such as MP3 players, game consoles, or digital products such as downloadable software or money making ebooks.

For tangible products, you can also evaluate eBay or use the Marketplace research tool to find out what is in great demand. Of course, expect lots of competition for products with high demand. For you to break into the market, you need to be able to source products at very low cost. This would be your competitive advantage and is especially true for generic items such as electronic products.

On the other hand, you can also sell intangible products by being an affiliate. To do this, explore affiliate networks such as or Commission Junction. Of course, you see long list of products there for sale, and not every product will make you money. In the end, you need to evaluate the statistics that these affiliate networks provide you, or even try out the products yourself to decide if something is worth your time promoting.

If you have skill and knowledge in a particular area (with demand) which you can provide expert advice on, you could start an online subscription service. You then sell your knowledge through ebooks, videos, newsletters or personal email advice on your subject matter.

Where to find people interested in starting a penny auction site?

September 4th, 2012 1 comment

I’m just curious as to where to find people interested in starting a penny auction site. I’ve done a lot of work in this industry and have learned how to help people that are wanting to run their own penny auction while avoiding costly mistakes. I want to help these new entrepreneurs get started off on the right foot and improve their chances of becoming successful. If anyone knows of a forum where people that have recently started a penny auction or are planning on starting one , could you let me know it?

market your services as a consultant in the industry. There are tons of websites you could submit your marketing materials too, craigslist, patriotbarter, ebay classifieds. I offer consulting on creating online classified websites. And that’s mainly how I get business.

Selling Ebooks on Ebay is Really Very Lucrative

February 8th, 2012 No comments

bay is widely considered the digital flea-market of the Internet. But for many savvy infopreneurs, Ebay is a goldmine. And to them, selling ebooks on eBay is wildly profitable.

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying they are banking big checks from selling ebooks on eBay at $1 for a bundle of 100 of them! No. These smart infopreneurs are looking on eBay in the right sense – as a huge gathering place of eager, ready to buy customers.

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You could get into their midst, scream yourself hoarse about your ebooks, and make a few sales. Or you could go about the process of segmenting and selling your ebooks to the perfect targets – and make a lot more sales at far less effort or expense.

To get it right, you need to understand the process.

#1 – Having your product funnel

Are you planning to get rich by selling your ebook on ebay for $19 – and doing it over and over, many times? Forget that. It’s hard work.

Instead, create your own product funnel. This means having a series of products or services – ebooks, reports, courses, homestudy programs, seminars, coaching and mentoring sessions and more – on the theme of your expertise.

#2 – Segment your audience

Then, write an ebook and offer it for sale on eBay – at a mouth-watering low price that’s hard to resist.

This is the wide mouth of the funnel, designed to attract as many interested prospects who are good candidates for buying your other products and service. The main purpose of your ebook here is to find those people on eBay who are interested in your niche or theme.

#3 – Educate your buyers about the value you offer

Once you’ve got a list of customers from selling ebooks on eBay, communicate with them regularly. Give them valuable information, coaching, education and resources to improve their life. While you do this, educate them about the value you offer.

For instance, don’t just give away a collection of links to helpful websites. First, mention how you spent 14 hours surfing the Web, checking out hundreds of other websites, looking for only the very best resources that offered the highest value without wasting a user’s time. You should visit us at Then share how you sifted through the list, and compiled the best of the lot into this special report, which you are sharing with only valued clients, because you care about them!

#4 – Sell your eBay list your higher value items

Once you have established a trusting relationship with the list you build from selling ebooks on eBay, you can now offer them more value at a higher price point and still have a fair number of them take you up on it.

This sequential approach has helped you turn a $1 buyer on eBay into a life-long client who willingly spends increasingly higher amounts with you because you offer more value.

Selling ebooks on eBay is not a route to instant profits. But if you know what you’re doing and have a structured approach to business building, it can be very lucrative. eBay being a dynamic marketplace, things change very rapidly. To stay on top of things, you must constantly study and educate yourself on the nuances of being a better infopreneur. This way, you can make eBay your goldmine too.

Akshay Sharma