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Feedback: As you buy and sell items on eBay, you will want to have your Feedback listed on your About Me page. Here you'll select number of Feedback listings to show on your page (I use last 10), and eBay fills in your feedback automatically. Feedback is eBay's way of letting other users know how you conduct yourself on their site. If you're an excellent buyer and seller, people will send you positive Feedback that is positive. Do something wrong and you'll get negative Feedback. Make sure you run your business in an above-board manner!
Items For Sale: This is similar to Feedback in that you select number of Items For Sale to show, and eBay fills this information in automatically. This is a great way to show potential bidders all of items you have up for auction.
Favorite Links: Here, you can link to your own Web site (I highly recommend you get your own Web site), or provide some of your favorite links. Perhaps there's a Web site out there that offers information and estimated values for antique tin toys. Go ahead and link to it -- your potential customers will appreciate resource.
Favorite Items: If you have some favorite items you've purchased or seen on your eBay travels, then go ahead and list them. I prefer not to send people to other eBay sellers, so be careful.
That's it. Just hit submit button and eBay automatically generates your About Me page. You now have a wonderful new marketing tool that will help promote your auctions and let potential bidders know what kind of seller you are.
PLEASE NOTE: You can also edit page in HTML, but you want to be sure you know what you're doing before trying this. Click here if you'd like to check out my About Me page (http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/auctioncashflow/
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
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:email@example.com