From Ebay Zero To Power-Selling Hero: What It Takes

Written by Isaiah Hull


From Ebay Zero To Power-Selling Hero: What It Takes

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be "the best ofrepparttar best"; to outcompete everyone who tries to do what you are doing--and to keep them guessing exactly what it is that makes you so much better?

If you've ever owned a commercial website before, you know who these people are: they'rerepparttar 147653 ones who sell repparttar 147654 same product as you, but make $200,000 each year doing it. They have top rankings on search engines, flocks of loyal visitors, and a mailing list with 500,000 subscribers.

As a webmaster, two things separate them from you: time and money. Either they spent time gaining experience, building a business, and promoting a website or they hired a professional staff that multiplied their time by carrying out those tasks.

Money also separates you from them. They can buy cutting-edge products, hire elancers, and purchase more lucrative forms of advertising.

As an Ebay seller, things are quite different. You don't have to build a 25,000-page website with unique content and promote it torepparttar 147655 ends ofrepparttar 147656 earth just to get search engines to notice you.

How To Sell On Ebay: Using Store Policies To Cement Your Credibility

Written by Isaiah Hull


How To Sell On Ebay: Using Store Policies To Cement Your Credibility

In your quest to build credibility as an Ebay seller, few things are more important than creating and following consistent store policies. Doing so will provide your customers with an attractive buying atmosphere, where they will feel safe making any transaction.

Whenever I create store policies--whether it be for an Ebay business or an Internet business--I use one standard: I promise what I can reasonably deliver. And I deliver more than I promise as often as possible.

If I can reasonably offer to ship everything two days after payment, I will promise it. But if I getrepparttar chance to ship some items within one day, I take that opportunity to overdeliver.

Not only is this a more ethical approach--delivering or overdelivering on all promises--but it is also a more practical business strategy forrepparttar 147652 long-run.

Developing relationships with your customers isrepparttar 147653 best way to get repeat sales, testimonials, and positive feedback--the three pillars which will support your business and increase your cashflow.

You should extend this principle to other policies.

Create a return policy that stipulates when and for what reasons you will accept a return. Again, you will want to giverepparttar 147654 customer certain guarantees, but atrepparttar 147655 same time, you donít want to promise what you canít reasonably deliver.

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