DISCOUNT CODE - LIMIT TIME ONLY

Just passing along an opportunity to save!!!

Below is the email we received from Skip McGrath, if you are not familiar with his website, works or resources you should be.  Right now he is providing a special discount code for subscribers to his newsletter, we are happy to pass this along to you.  This […]

Competing with Amazon? Jet.com says YES

Ecommerce start up Jet.com launched only 3 weeks ago, their long term goal is to compete with retail e-commerce giant Amazon.  Is this even possible? Diapers.com co-founder Marc Lore says it is and he is leading the effort to get there.  For starters Jet.com is seeking a 2 billion dollar valuation, that’s “B” for […]

Diary of an EBay Non-Believer

Recently we received this interesting account from a first time seller to EBay.

As many of our users have experience with EBay we thought this may be of interest to you. Here it is. (We have not edited this)

Diary of an EBay Non-Believer

“I have a car for sale, I will sell it on EBay I thought. I logged onto my EBay account of which up until now had been used for only for 10 total purchases. These purchases were spread out over the last ten years. I have 100% positive feedback from the sellers I have purchased from. This would be my very first time attempting to sell an item, well in this case a car. I followed the listing process quite easily and placed the vehicle into an auction as well as a classified ad. I decided to buy several of the upgraded features as well to enhance my listing. I went with the bolded text and colored background. My item was featured so buyers would see it first. Prior to placing the ads I researched the vehicles value; I based this on several factors including similar make/models for sale on EBay as well as the blue book value. My asking price was reasonable…or so I thought. Continue reading Diary of an EBay Non-Believer

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