DescriptionThe gold standard for eBay users who want to get serious about selling
Want to turn your eBay use into a steady revenue stream? Come to where everyone starts, with a copy of the latest edition of Starting an eBay Business For Dummies. EBay superstar author Marsha Collier packs the fourth edition of her mega-selling book with everything you need to know, from how to tap the explosive power of social media for promoting your business to the very latest on eBay?s fees and payment structure, how to maintain your own customer service center, ways to build an audience, and much more.
- Shows you how to lay the foundation for a business by setting up a store and reviews legal requirements and restrictions
- Helps you price and source your merchandise
- Explores how to attract an audience using social media through your own site
- Gives you a quick MBA in budgeting, money transactions, customer service, shipping, and more
- Offers insight on other sellers who have been successful on eBay and what you can learn from them
Kick-start your eBay business and get profitable with this must-have guide from eBay superstar Marsha Collier.
Part I: Getting Serious about eBay.
Chapter 1: Launching Your Business on eBay.
Chapter 2: The Finer Points of eBay Selling.
Chapter 3: Cool eBay Tools.
Chapter 4: Safe Selling Equals Profitable Sales.
Chapter 5: Expanding Sales with an eBay Store.
Part II: Setting Up Shop.
Chapter 6: Finding Merchandise to Up Your Profits.
Chapter 7: Pricing Your Items to Sell.
Chapter 8: Establishing and Marketing Your Web Site.
Part III: Business Is Business — Time to Get Serious.
Chapter 9: Software Built for Online Auctions.
Chapter 10: Dollars and Sense: Budgeting and Marketing Your Sales.
Chapter 11: Setting Up Listings That Sell.
Chapter 12: Providing Excellent Customer Service.
Chapter 13: Collecting Your Money.
Chapter 14: Shipping Your Items: Sending Them Fast and Saving Money.
Part IV: Your eBay Back Office.
Chapter 15: Getting Legal: Understanding Taxes and Licenses.
Chapter 16: Savvy Record Keeping — Keeping the Tax Man at Bay.
Chapter 17: Building an eBay Back Office.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten (or So) Sellers Who’ve Made the Jump from Hobby to Profits.
Chapter 19: Ten Other Places to Move Your Merchandise.
Appendix A: eBay Business Glossary.
Appendix B: The Hows and Whys of a Home Network.