Monday, June 29, 2009
How bout you?
How are you marketing your eBay items?
I've been hearing more and more about slow sales online, YET I see sellers kicking butt with sales. So, what could the problem be?
Is it my stuff, your stuff or all our stuff?
Could it be no one wants the stuff we are selling?
Could it be the market may of dropped out of the stuff we have or could it be the competition has caught on AND is selling our stuff cheaper!
Meanwhile, we do the internet hustle and keep marketing our stuff!
Seeking out ways to advertise, promote and educate the public about how GOOD our stuff is!
You can add up to 5 of your eBay items at my site for free:
and at my Irish site:
Add your eBay store to:
and you can do the
IRISH Store Bump too!
Twitter your wares, Kijiji your store
and I do offer some paid advertising spots too at:
Sometimes we have to work a little bit harder to share our eBay wares.
What is working for you?
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Share your input with us here!
Free shipping was heavily promoted during holiday time.
Some sellers have backed off now.
Some sellers never participated.
Some are still offering it.
What are you doing?
If you are a buyer not a seller, do you look for free shipping offers or does it matter?
I do still have a FREE SHIPPING page at my website.
Visit: PowerSellingMom's FREE SHIPPING PAGE to view the sources.
I look forward to reading your input.
Leave a comment about this topic and I may use it in my next newsletter:
Have a GREAT DAY!
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
SAN JOSE Calif. June 16, 2009 – eBay, the world’s largest online marketplace, today launched its five free insertion fees pricing for sellers. The new money-saving offering allows consumers to receive free insertion fees on five auction-style listings every 30 days.
“eBay is the fastest and safest way to showcase your items to millions of potential shoppers worldwide with just a few clicks,” said Lorrie Norrington, president of eBay Marketplaces.“By eliminating the upfront costs of selling on eBay, we hope this new structure will encourage all sellers – new, occasional or experienced – to use the offering as a cost-effective way to sell on our site and earn a little extra cash.”
eBay provides selling tips for users to familiarize themselves with the process, from suggesting how to price an item to recommending free shipping. Now, with five free listings, sellers have an opportunity to “get their feet wet” or try new selling techniques. For further information, visit http://www.ebay.com/List5Free.
Millions of consumers from coast to coast use eBay everyday to sell new and used products, from top tech toys to the latest fashions. Below is a snapshot of eBay’s top
Since its inception, eBay has been dedicated to providing the tools and know-how to help improve the selling process and make selling most effective. The company’s online Sellers Resource offers everything from easy-to-follow how-to guides for first-time sellers to expert advice for at-home businesses. For more information about the new pricing structure,
please visit http://www.ebay.com/List5Free.