Yes try ebay and if your site is resonable then it will sell. However just as a caution, I`ve seen sites go for dirt cheap on ebay that may have taken a lot more energy to create.
I`ve sold stuff on eBaY, and I`ve showed eBaYers how
to do it better! I speak with confidence.
Technology is hard on eBaY, unless it is marketed
with a professional marketing philosophy - testimonies
and salemanship. Make your eBaY content look
like a webpage(not a homebrew script) and do
the $20 feature(hey, its business - not lets
try .99cent first bid!) I saw an ad. where a guy
threw a website together and sold for $100.
because he understood impulse buying,
however, I don`t believe that`s the answer.
send me an email - anyone - I will show
you a good time on eBaY(Free!).
yeah, buy and sell postage stamps - just pretend
that they are miniature stock offers (less boring that
way!) - the reason - you will get lots of page views!!
even if you breakeven - hundreds of visitors without
major expenses. Next, sell used books - but don`t
sell to low - I have a friend whom is selling books
higher than others - he makes money!! Tell about
the book and its story(paperbacks, too!). You might also add some
collectibles - I like going to auctions and buy
the lowest bidded stuff - people tease me there - but
I got stuff for less than $5 and sold them for Hundreds!!
I joke not.
Now you have traffic, bids and some decent
People like you because you deliver fast!
and now its time to use your imagination
and throw-in some offers that are better
planned - you`ll know what I mean at
You might try selling boats, cars and planes
for other people - be smart, don`t get into
a legal hassle.
Do not listen to eBooks - I`ve seen them
all!! I`ve got more infomation than you
can handle - email your q`s.
Don;t forget that the money made
on eBaY can be leveraged into another
.biz for profit multiplication - and then
that money back into eBaY.
Funny, everytime I see anything
that talks about making money
on eBaY - it does not give the eBaY
I.D. for reference - Seldom!(don`t
buy testimonies unless they show
I can show you Powersellers
but they work hard - Be prepared
to do the same($5,000-$30,000monthly
from a spare room).
email any q`s - I`ve got notes
like you never seen before!!
I appologize to the person who started this thread. eBaY wasn`t the intended theme started here!!
But, while I have the floor.....let look at the object lesson, together below
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`The object lesson`
To make a sale on eBaY, you are the finder and it is your responsibility to conduct business in a professional manner. You assume the goal to locate merchandise that will meet or exceed
the following conditions of resale:
A. You find objects that are selling at the lowest possible cost (Note - `price` isnot correct phraseology).
B. You must factor-in the perception of value before you determine what the object sells at.
eg. A+B is: The object is aquired at $5 (your locating cost) and you believe that $13. would make a good first offer at auction.
C. Don`t forget that there are costs of doing business on eBaY (Fees!) too.
eg. A+C is: $5+$1.5 ($6.50 in cost & fees)
D. Lets make the assumption that you will ship the object at $6.00. We are guessing. O.k.
The examples put forth are striking, aren`t they?
Why would a bidder make an opening commitment at $13. if he/she has to pay an additional $6.00 in shipping? And why would you believe that an opening bid at $13.00US would warrant you to pay $6.50 when the object carries that value($13.). If you were in you customer`s shoes, wouldn`t you take the shipping amount off our percieved value ($13. - $6.00).
This object lesson surely points out a descrepency in your resale mathematics. Further, do you really think that somebody would place bid at thirteen, afterall, he/she can purchase a new article for $18. at a China outlet. Please do not make me laugh!`
©2004 Sunshine Factory
i found the object lesson worthy of reviewing and pricing out
my articles when I sold on eBaY. Mr. Wicks