Posts Tagged ‘Good Reputation’

In eBay business, is it GOOD to list 35 items and sell 16?

June 11th, 2012 5 comments


But im listing about 35 items every 2 weeks and i sell about 13-16 of those items?
How can i boost my sales???


35 items in 2 weeks therefore approx 18 item per week and you sell only 7-8 per week then its not looking to good. To boost sales have the lowest price listed and auction it or charged no fee for shipping. Attractive layout and detailed description. Professional photo. Build good reputation. In average if you list 18 items per week you must sell at least 12 to 15 minimum in order to be profitable business.

How To Start Selling On Ebay

May 22nd, 2012 4 comments

A lot of people have thought about utilizing eBay in order to make their business grow. They certainly got their inspiration from those who succeeded with the help of eBay and has the opportunity to sell online. Unfortunately, not everyone has the idea on how to make money on eBay.

EBay selling is actually easy if you think about it. But for beginners, here is a list of some of the most effective ways of starting a business with eBay. Before you start with selling items, you have to make an account with eBay first. Remember to create a name which sounds professional.

First, decide what things you would auction off on eBay. Collect them and make it a point to make them look saleable. A large number of people start to make money on eBay through the things in their house that they need to get rid of. This is a great way to start since not so much capital is needed and it would be a less costly way of testing the selling waters of eBay. However, some buyers are picky. So for them, you also have to find new items outside your house while at the same time rummaging in your attic. Try to get the novel items at low-priced sales or at discounted stores. Better yet, if you have the money, you can opt to get a license for a wholesale business and contact a manufacturer.

Second, a good picture is worth more than a thousand marketing words. So take a bright and clear picture of the items you intend to sell online. Get a digital camera which will allow you to get a clear picture of even the smallest details of your product. It has been known in eBay that products without pictures are far less likely to sell than those with clear and distinguishable pictures.

Third, if you are a first time user of eBay, build a good reputation first. A large number of buyers do not tend to purchase from someone who does not have a good record in handling transactions. You have to buy online first in the listings then complete the transaction efficiently. Since buyers do not really know you, your positive feedbacks will serve as a pull for them to buy your products. It will be your trust foundation.

Fourth, after all these, you can now start listing your items in eBay. Be careful in making an effective description of the items you have for auctions. You can not depart from the true nature of your product but you can spice up the descriptions. Be clear in the words you will use, make sure that they can be understood easily. Come up with a realistic price-not too high that will shoo your buyers away, but not too low that will compromise your profits. Be precise on the available payment methods. If you can, you can also include a shipping method.

EBay selling is actually a commitment. You have to find time in looking for those saleable items. After which, you have to find the right words for describing those items. Complete the transactions carefully and honestly. If you have built a good reputation, after some time, you will have constant buyers. From there, profits will come easy.

Paul D.