Being a seller is a lot of responsibility, and sometimes you might feel like you’re not doing everything you should be. This simple checklist will help you keep on top of things.
Have you found out everything you possibly could about your items? Try typing their names into a search engine – you might find out something you didn’t know.
Do you monitor the competition? Always keep an eye on how much other items the same as or similar to yours are selling, and what prices they’re being offered at. There’s usually little point in starting a fixed price auction for $100 when
someone else is selling the item for $90.
Have you got pictures of the items? It’s worth taking the time to photograph your items, especially if you have a digital camera. If you get serious about eBay but don’t have a camera, then you will probably want to invest in one at some point.
Are you emailing your sellers? It’s worth sending a brief email when transactions go through: something like a simple „Thank you for buying my item, please let me know when you have sent the payment“. Follow this up with „Thanks for your payment, I have posted your [item name] today“. You will be surprisedIf someone else is selling the same thing as you, then always try to provide more information about it than they do.
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