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An email arrived today, saying much the same thing as hundreds of similar missives before it! The story goes ….. “….. it’s okay for you, you know what to sell, you have hundreds of different products listed on eBay, you write eBooks and content for websites, you know dozens of different ways to make money ….. and all I want is one good idea to make my living online ….. and I haven’t a clue how to find it!” CONTINUE READING .....
So you have a product listed, it’s attracted 400 page views, and it ultimately has two people bidding, it sells at a very high price. Well done! Or not as the case might be, because you have just lost 398 people who may have bought from you over the lifetime of your eBay business. How do you turn those otherwise lost opportunities to very substantial profits? CONTINUE READING .....
Here’s the very best idea I’ve written about it years, and it’s all about getting expert writers to create fabulous articles to promote your goods, whether those goods are your own or you’re promoting them instead as an affiliate.
Many highly successful eBay sellers consider dropshipping the perfect way to locate their products, and in many ways that’s exactly what it is - perfect - well almost! That’s because, as you probably already know, dropshipping represents a process whereby you don’t have to buy products for your eBay customers until those people have actually paid for their goods and that money is already in your bank account. CONTINUE READING.
Can You Really Make Millions on eBay Today?
How to Bank a Week's Income from Every Short eMail You Write ..... and Maybe a Great Deal More and why even a few hundred names on your mailing list is all you need to earn a full time living from two or three hours easy work each week! CONTINUE READING.
I’m never going to retire, not willingly at any rate, but I recognise in ten or twenty years I may feel less inclined to work 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year (366 on a Leap Year), as I do right now entirely by choice.
More worrying still, I do not have a personal pension plan in place, mainly because I do not trust banks, I don’t trust pension investment companies, I trust only myself …. and a few other people also but mainly as friends and not as financial advisors. CONTINUE READING.
As I so often say to my readers, one of the best ways to buy really good products with potentially very high mark up is to buy those items in bulk, usually at auction, but also from flea markets, boot sales, even on eBay itself.
I want you to know right up front, this is the easiest way possible to make money on eBay and, by following today’s tips, you will always make a profit and never fall prey to one or two very common mistakes. CONTINUE READING
I don’t usually list on the American site, eBay.com, but I chose to list there this week due to a massive bundle of country and western music memorabilia I bought at auction recently. The reason I chose to list there, apart from the fact America is the home of ‘C & W’ is because the highest prices are fetched there for memorabilia relating to Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash, and hundreds of other US country singers. CONTINUE READING
How often do you have ten or twenty minutes to spare, because your favourite television programme has been cancelled, or you’ve just had a phone call asking you to pick the kids up a little later from school today, or you’ve woken up early and you have half an hour to spare before heading for work? CONTINUE READING
‘Hooray Henry’ is typically a young, upper class or upper-middle class individual with expensive tastes in clothing, accessories, cars, food, drink and entertainment. Or as Frost Magazine puts it: “Think ‘Hooray Henry style’ … and you’ll probably conjure up images of conservative and privileged young gents in fancy uniform such as bespoke or tailored suits and bow ties, representing a restrictive group to which taste and class are a must. Or put quite simply, ‘Posh Boys’.” CONTINUE READING
They say 'the money's in the list' and 'they' are dead right. That's because a marketing list can be used to generate orders and commissions from list members right from the first day those people join your list and sometimes for many years to come. CONTINUE READING
Visit a couple of flea markets and boot sales this weekend where you’ll often find dirty photographs – not that kind of dirty photograph – priced 50 pence at most and worth twenty, thirty or many more pounds on eBay. Okay, I’m on about vintage postcards again but with very good reason, being that after forty years of collecting and selling postcards even I didn’t know how to remove a filthy mark that can make a potentially very valuable postcard uttering worthless. I learned the secret today! CONTINUE READING
Today I decided to write a bundle of articles inviting readers to download my free report about running a local Internet consultancy and for them to ultimately purchase a course about setting up and developing their new business. These articles are free to upload to other people’s sites and they can take just minutes to write and lead to sales of - £100/$100/any other currency - each and sometimes a great deal more. That’s because over time even the least interesting article can entice hundreds or even thousands of people to click on a link at the end of the article that takes them to another site where they’re invited to join a mailing list for more information about the subject. And that means if only two people out of one hundred buy my course, that’s reason enough to write at least four articles every day, taking a few hours at most. CONTINUE READING
‘The Money’s in the List’ is a term you’ll hear often and which typically refers to the practice of growing a database of potential buyers for products you might promote today, tomorrow, and for the foreseeable future. Overwhelmingly, the ‘Money’s In the List’ theory works almost contrary to how many real-life traders operate, especially off the Internet. On the high street, for example, most traders wait for visitors to call and buy something, and once money changes hands buyer and seller may never meet again. CONTINUE READING
For more than forty years I’ve made the main part of my living selling vintage postcards, first at flea markets and collector’s fairs, and latterly on eBay. They’re just bits of paper, sometimes very attractive, sometimes not, but either way they can generate fabulous profits, even for items that cost you next to nothing at flea markets and boots sales, even on eBay. And you’ll be quick to give this easy business a go once you know how items that cost you little or nothing can fetch triple figure sums on eBay.
All articles are provided in good faith and are researched and written to the best of our abilities. However, readers should always do their own due diligence before investing in any business opportunity, and they should be aware that many article writers and web masters, including ourselves, frequently receive a commission for selling other people's products. We pride ourselves on always choosing the very best products to recommend to our readers and we only recommend products offering a solid money back guarantee.