Selling internationally on eBay isn't easy, but there's money in them 'thar markets. Don't let fear of the unknown stop you.
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While not for the small sellers, MarketBlast presents an outstanding value in today's eBay sales management solution marketplace.
Designed for Power Sellers, MarketBlast is the latest entrant in the bulging field of eBay auction management software.
In Part II of our series, we offer a survival strategy for selecting an eBay drop-off store for consignment, and examine the prospects and pitfalls of starting-up your own consignment store or purchasing a franchise.
Antique dealers curse them. Entrepreneur magazine calls them, 'One of the hot 13 businesses of 2005,' and they are multiplying across America like the rabbits of proverb. They are auction consignment drop-off stores, and unless you live on a mountaintop or in a subterranean cave, there is probably one near you.
As a follow-up to part one of this report, we take a look at different ways you can minimize the risk of using eBay and PayPal.
Fraudsters wage an escalating battle against eBay users with a number of different weapons all in the name of easy money. Part one of our report looks at phishing, hijacking and Wi-Fi threats.
In Part I, we examined the scope of eBay's market dominance and the realities of running a business on the auction giant's site. This week, we delve deeper into pricing your items to sell, the bidding process, the importance of positive feedback and payment processing.
Everyone wants to sell on eBay. And with more than 100 million users, in many ways, everyone can. However, how you go about it can determine success or failure. In Part One of a two-part series, we look at eBay Stores vs. the auction-only format.