How To Guide On Selling On E-Bay
Almost everyone that has access on the internet has heard about the greatness of E-Bay. Despite of the popularity of this internet portal, not many people understand what E-Bay really is. E-Bay is not your traditional website and online shopping/bidding store. In fact, it is way more than the traditional ones because there is no direct person in charge of the whole thing. It more or less resembles newsgroups wherein it links people that have the same interest and hobbies. It is also a place for people to buy and sell their products as well.
If you are interested in the buy and sell part of E-bay, then you have to learn the basics of E-bay. The first thing that you could do is tour E-bay and then research about products that are similar to yours. In this way, you could have an idea about the price, shipping details, and the demand of your product. The next thing that you should do after research is to try and sell one item. This one item could be viewed as a trial wherein the price should not be too cheap or too expensive. The description included in the item should be catchy in order to stand out among the competitors as well as to create an impact to potential customers. Before doing the trial sale, you must already have a set criteria of products that you want to specialize in.
Once the details about the product are ironed out, it is now time to discuss the shipping requirements. This is usually the source of many disagreements because most customers that the shipping is free which far from reality because shipping could be more expensive than the product itself. As the product-owner, you should be the one in charge of explaining to them that the shipping cost would be charged to them. When the shipping matters are settled, then it is time for the product to be shipped. Once the product is in the hand of the customer, encourage the customer to post feedback regarding the item as well as the transaction done with you. The feedbacks of customers are important because it would be the basis of your reputation as a seller in the E-Bay portal.
These feedbacks are important because once you have a lot of good feedbacks; it earns you more points (e.g. 10 positive feedbacks equates a gold star; after 100 a blue star; 500 purple; 1000 red). The more stars you have, the higher the chances of having successful transactions in E-Bay.