Hundreds of Items to Sell on eBay - Right in Your Own Neighborhood!

Written by Jason James

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Each house represent potential income! Andrepparttar best part about it is that he had figured out a way to do it without facing rejection, in fact, his method was rejection free.

You see his flyer just asked, very politely, ifrepparttar 149066 homeowner had any odds and ends they would like to sell... and then he put his first name and phone number. Now most people when they picked up his flyer I'm sure thought about allrepparttar 149067 stuff most of us know we have holed up in our garages, attics, and basements collecting dust.

What do you thinkrepparttar 149068 chances of this young man getting phone calls were?

I'll help you out here, his chances were high! In fact he figured out how to increaserepparttar 149069 probability of a phone call by actually listingrepparttar 149070 type of odds and ends he was looking for.

So let me lay this out. He didn't have any initial face-to-face encounters so he eliminated rejection He turnedrepparttar 149071 situation around and now people were actually calling him to see if he was interested in something they had. (Let's see... who's inrepparttar 149072 superior position now?) Since they were now calling him it put him in a MUCH better bargaining position. No rejection. He either wantedrepparttar 149073 item or not. It maderepparttar 149074 entire process FUN! Talk about a Cheap, Creative, and Productive technique for finding items to resell on eBay.

What are you waiting for? Fire uprepparttar 149075 computer and make that first flyer.

Jason James is a 10 year Internet marketing veteran and an eBay Power Seller of 4 years. His website "The Auction Resource Network" reveals his inside secrets, tips, and sources that help him pocket over $10,000 per month on eBay.

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12 Tips To Make Your eBay Business More Profitable

Written by Robbin K. Tungett

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If you have multiples ofrepparttar same item and more than one person has bid on it, make a "Second Chance" offer torepparttar 149065 next one or two unsuccessful bidders. You will findrepparttar 149066 response rate to these offers is quite high. If you simply choose to re list, there's a good chance that many ofrepparttar 149067 under-bidders will never see your item when it is re-listed.

7. Use a template to create a recognizable identity

Every auction you run should have a similar layout, graphics, and style that your customers can quickly associate with you. When one of your customers clicks on an item link and first arrives at your auction, they should instantly be able to say, "This is one of Bill's auctions." They will instantly feel at home and be more ready to bid.

8. Make use of eBay's Keyword program

Most people associate eBay's Keyword program with eBay stores, but it can be used very successfully in conjunction with your auctions too. The Keyword program is usually running some kind of free trial. Take advantage of it and see how it can increase bothrepparttar 149068 number of bids andrepparttar 149069 ending price for your auctions.

9. Use Google's Adwords program to attract buyers

Used correctly, Google's Adwords program is an excellent way to attract potential bidders who would otherwise never see your auctions. As long as you use search words or phrases that are tightly targeted torepparttar 149070 item you are selling, this can be a cheap and effective promotional tool.

10. Sell only one item per auction

There are exceptions, but bundling similar products into one auction almost always leads to fewer bids and decreased sales. While there may be times you do this to get rid of inventory that hasn't sold, it's normally not a good way to do business.

11. Sell internationally

The simple truth is that if you don't allow international buyers to bid on your auctions you are throwing money outrepparttar 149071 door. This is a lucrative market with lots of money to spend. Since many sellers exclude these buyers, it only makes sense that you give themrepparttar 149072 opportunity to spend their money with you.

12. Accept PayPal

If you're not accepting payment by PayPal, you may be loosing a lot of bidders and money. Buyers loverepparttar 149073 convenience of using this service and many won't bid on an item ifrepparttar 149074 seller doesn't offer it as a payment option. If you're not doing it, you are throwing money away.

Robbin K. Tungett is online marketing and eBay veteran of 8 years. She is most widely known for her eBay expertise and her website Please visit her blog at

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