10 selling tips for online auction and Ebay

Successful selling on Ebay and other online auction sites is no matter of luck : simple and basic discipline is the key to the path of happy customers and happy sellers. When selling your next item, check out this 10 simple advices :

  • Research its demand on ebay.
  • Start a new listing.
  • Make sure the auction closes on a Sunday.
  • Make sure the item ends in the evening.
  • Start the bidding low.
  • Avoid a reserve.
  • Use bullets. Everybody love lists :)
  • Put at least one picture and use the gallery!
  • Spell check your title!
  • Imagine your 10th own secret tip. Every seller has one. Invent yours !

I bet you, if you would come over any of your previous selling, you would pinpoint one or more of these tips that were not met. There is always some room left for improvement, particularly in the field of online selling where competition is harsh.

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One Response to “10 selling tips for online auction and Ebay”

  1. 1
    John Says:

    eBay raises its fees again to keep investors happy. (www.BidSell.com.au) Offers its no listing fee policy Globally.

    Due to the lack of competition in the Online Auction game, eBay is now the dominant player and in a monopolistic position. eBay recently announced that it will raise most of its fees again, to keep its investors happy.

    Leaving the big seller’s on eBay not so happy.

    At BidSell (www.BidSell.com.au) there are no fees for listing an item for sale. (No Sale No Fee Policy) No fees for eStores, Reserve price, buy it now, picture uploads ands on.

    BidSell has also introduced membership style plans.
    On the highest plan which is the Platinum plan for only $100(AUD) per month, a seller can list unlimited listings and they won’t pay any fees what’s so ever.

    (www.BidSell.com.au) today announced that it will expand its services to more countries. Giving sellers around the globe more choices (free or pay more & more)