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That’s it for HTML tutorial. That wasn’t so bad, was it? Now, here’s a quick template you can use to spice up your eBay listings. Just cut and paste text below (in between “CUT HERE” lines) into Notepad program on your PC (located under “All Programs > Accessories” in Start menu) and edit information in ALL CAPS.
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YOUR INTERESTING HEADLINE
AN INTERESTING SUBHEAD
HERE, YOU CAN EXPLAIN THE MAIN BENEFITS OF THE ITEM. MAKE IT A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION (2 – 3 SENTENCES).
ANOTHER BENEFIT PARAGRAPH.
SOME FEATURES IN A BULLETTED LIST:
- FEATURE 1
- FEATURE 2
- FEATURE 3
- FEATURE 4
USE THIS PARAGRAPH TO WRAP-UP. YOU CAN STATE THE PRICE OF THE ITEM IF THEY BOUGHT IT IN THE STORE (I.E. I SAW THIS PRODUCT FOR $97 AT THE LOCAL STORE). YOU CAN ALSO PUT IN SOME CLOSING COMMENTS (I LIKE THIS ITEM, BUT I DON'T HAVE ANY MORE ROOM IN MY BASEMENT).
PAYMENT TERMS: PUT YOUR PAYMENT METHODS HERE.
P.S. ADD YOUR ABOUT ME PAGE HERE About Me
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Once you’ve changed text and saved it from Notepad, just copy all of text and paste it into listing window on eBay. This will be “Item description” form that comes up after you’ve picked a category. You can preview description by clicking on “Preview Page” link below window. If you’ve done everything correctly, it should look great!
By using this simple template, you can immediately vault professionalism of your listings above and beyond what a lot of eBay-ers are putting out there right now. And that can result in more sales, at a greater price, for your online auction business.
Chuck Smith is creator of Auction Rookie web site. This site is dedicated to helping people start and run a successful online auction business. Visit his site to get a free report on “How to Get Started Selling on eBay.” http://www.auctionrookie.com or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Auction Rookie – Tools and Tips for Online Auction Success Visit http://www.auctionrookie.com for a FREE report on “How to Get Started Selling on eBay.” Comments or Questions? mailto:email@example.com (c) Copyright 2003, Chuck Smith. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Chuck Smith is the creator of the Auction Rookie web site. This site is dedicated to helping people start and run a successful online auction business. Visit his site to get a free report on “How to Get Started Selling on eBay.” http://www.auctionrookie.com or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org