Posts Tagged "ebay"


comments 04.05.2009 Paul Shuteyev @ General, Internet Marketing Strategies, Sales

Ebay Techniques 2009: Top 10 Response Increasing Tips

Increasing Your eBay Response with Zakk’s techniques! So you’ve got the buyer in front of your auction, and they’ve read the description. They’re must be interested, or they wouldn’t be looking… but just how can you push them over that line and make them leave a bid? Read on for some tips. Improve your picture: […]

comments 01.05.2009 Paul Shuteyev @ General, Internet Marketing Strategies, Marketing

Ebay Techniques 2009: Auction Buyer’s Tricks and Tips

eBay isn’t just an auction and a marketplace: often it can feel quite a lot like a game. Like any game, you can get ahead if you think strategically, using your head to outwit the other buyers and get the best price. Here are a few things you can try. Shop in the Summer. This […]

comments 03.04.2009 Paul Shuteyev @ General, Internet Marketing Strategies, Marketing

Ebay Techniques 2009: Prohibited or Questionable Items on Ebay

We all use ebay to buy/sell some useful (sometimes unuseful :)) stuff. But do we realize that some items are really prohibited on Ebay? While you can sell most things on eBay, quite a few things are banned. If you try to sell any of these things then eBay will remove your auction and all […]

comments 01.04.2009 Paul Shuteyev @ General, Internet Marketing Strategies

Ebay Techniques 2009: Tips and Tricks for Using eBay Search

If you know what you’re doing, you can quickly find what you’re looking for on eBay. Here are a few golden rules. Be specific: If you’re searching for the first edition of the original Harry Potter book, you’ll get further searching for ‘harry potter rowling philosopher’s stone first edition’ than you will searching for ‘harry […]

comments 02.03.2008 Paul Shuteyev @ Email Marketing News, Marketing, Sales

Most stupid marketing trick on Ebay ever!

A guy selling nothing on eBay is promoting it as the dumbest eBay auction ever. Since the idea isn’t new (nothing has been sold on eBay before, as even he admits), it may just live up to the claim. The seller writes: Rather than put up some arbitrary item that’s worthless and intangible, I figured […]