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10 Quick Steps to Selling on eBay

Written by: Chuck Eglinton
Narrated by: David Lawrence
Length: 1 hr and 17 mins
Categories: Self-Development, How-to

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Publisher's Summary

Chuck Eglinton wrote one of the first sniping programs ever to be used to help people get last minute bargains on eBay, and he shares with you his accumulated knowledge on how to successfully sell items for the highest price on the world's largest marketplace, eBay.

Beginning with determining the right time to start and stop your auctions, how to properly price your items, even how to take pictures that sell, this guide will walk you through the process and get you the most money for your stuff. Learn how to write a killer description for your items...the right options to add to your listing, and which ones to to time your auction so that it ends at precisely the right time to maximize your income...get paid promptly using eBay's PayPal system...ship efficiently...and use eBay's feedback system to attract serious buyers to your auctions all in 10 Quick Steps!

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  • Barry
  • 17-02-05

1 quick step to falling asleep!

ON a scale of 1 - 10 I HAVE to give this 1 - 1 for effort.
It's stuff most eBayers know already. I bought this thinking I would learn something - and I did, I learned that I shouldn't have bought it and learned that I have a lot of patience but after a while find sleep welcome as an escape from 10 quick steps of selling on eBay.
I will now quick-step to the exit door and delete from my PC all traces of this audiobook.

19 people found this helpful

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  • Jon
  • 22-09-05

Mostly irrelevant

I bought this because I want to graduate from just being an ebay buyer. I want quick steps to being a seller.
I was very disappointed. Over half the material is just general ebay information and (worse) ebay buying tips! I bought it to learn about selling. The material is fairly thin, and what's annoying is that he starts on some really interesting material, and says "If you want to find out about it, go to my site and buy my book". I ask, why didn't he present the extra selling information thats in his book, rather than wasting time on the buying material?

8 people found this helpful

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  • Brian
  • 11-08-05

waste of an hour

I also thought I might learn something new. This just teaches basics stuff that if you didn't already know you could have easily figured it out

7 people found this helpful