When eBay Becomes Your Business
Maximize your business success fast with the selling power of an eBay Store. If you want instant customers for your business, eBay is the fasted way to set up online shopping for your merchandise.
You have probably noticed eBay stores that post lots of items. They may have a theme and specialize in a particular item. These are folks who have seen the opportunity on eBay and made it into a primary focus.
Here we have the businesses most likely to be the big guns among eBay sellers: those who use eBay as their primary, or only, retail outlet, and those who sell other businesses’ odd lots, discontinued items, closeouts, excess inventory, disused equipment and so on.
They most likely have a warehouse, or more than one, and may have locations in more than one city or state. They have the staff to pick up merchandise and accept deliveries from clients, and handle the shipping for sold items. They may work like a consignment shop and take a percentage of the sales price or a flat fee from the client, or they may buy the merchandise outright – which would give them extra incentive to maximize profits.
They may also have some of their staff devoted solely to dealing with eBay-related issues like comparison shopping to find the best starting prices for their items; writing and posting polished listings; taking eye-catching photographs; and keeping up with any policy changes.
If this is your level of business, congratulations! eBay can still help you get the best possible prices for whatever you choose to sell. If you are ready to graduate to a full time business, you may want to get your staff trained. We have been assisting eBay sellers to set up their stores for more than a decade, so contact us to save time and money!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Greg Kusch has been dubbed "the eBay expert". He is the most quoted eBay expert on national news. You can ask him questions about how to make more money on eBay at http://www.AskTheEbayExpert.com.