Summary: Working On Ebay – Part 3

The next question that arise in our minds is what all can be offered on sale on eBay. You can sell almost anything on eBay. You can sell new products as well as old and used items. A glance at the list of items transacted on eBay reveals items like clothes, accessories, gadgets, shoes, bags, computers, entertainment products and so on.

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EBay has a rating system called feedback that rates sellers. It is your rep on eBay so guard it well. People rate you on whether you represented the item right, shipped fast and customer service if you had interaction with the buyer.They used to allow sellers to give buyers a bad rating, but that isn’t allowed anymore. They have other ways of dealing with that.

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John Reese gave an invaluable tip out on how to find workers to hire at a seminar I once went to. It’s so ridiculously common sense but I never thought of it and find it absolutely brilliant.

After talking about it for an embarrassingly long time (O’Moore-Klopf posted this advice one year ago), and avoiding the task, and procrastinating…I faced my fear today.

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