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And even if your product phrase does return a link to 'Low Prices on eBay', you'll want to check to see how many other items are listed in eBay within that category. If it is more than 100 - it may not be worth doing.
But, if you do offer products within niches and subniches that return 'Low Prices on eBay' link on a Google search, and if those niches are not crowded with lots of items for sale, it is probably worth your while to place an auction listing on eBay for your product - just so you show up on Google/eBay Link.
This may not sound like much of a strategy . . . but look again at how it works.
Search Google for 'Flute', click 'low prices at eBay' link, and look at products you found. Those companies who are offering those products got your attention with just two or three clicks - and they are offering exactly what you searched for (in this case 'flute').
Is that target marketing or what?
Then consider all those companies that also offer Flutes, but don't have auction listings on eBay. You didn't see them did you? Because after you got to eBay listings, there was really no reason to return to Google.com.
So companies that had auction listings on eBay for product you searched for on Google probably got your business (if you were interested in flutes). Even if they don't have a web site - they win.
Leverage is everything - paying attention overlooked and underutilized can make you a fortune.
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