Professional Virtual Assistants Share 5 Tips To Make Money on EBay
Article by Sharon Dsouza
eBay is a powerful online business platform to make more money. Not all the eBay sellers succeed; only very few rise to the top. Our
OBVA eBay Professional Virtual Assistants share some proven tips to help you make more money on eBay.
Follow these 5 simple tips to increase your sales and income.1. Choose the best day to end your auctionSunday is the best day to end your auctions. The reason is almost everyone will be at home bidding on eBay. With this strategy, you
can make more money online. Friday is a likely to be poor day to end an auction, because your bidders at work are busy with work to
complete the weekly job tasks. Similarly, Monday is not a day to start an auction, because workers will be in startup mode at the office,
with tasks and meetings. One more strategy that successful eBay sellers follow is holding their auctions for longer time frames.2. Start with low bidding cost:eBay Store Virtual Assistants from OBVA say that buyers won’t pay more attention to shipping costs when placing bids on items
with low starting price. It has been proven that item with low starting cost with high shipping charge are being sold more than the items
that are priced with average charge and no shipping cost. What draws your customers is low opening bid. So set your opening bid low to
win your sale.3. Pricing strategies can make or break a sale.
Keep on researching products that are similar to yours and offer them with some discount and make sure that you highlight it in
your title description. For e.g.: “Sturdy Jeans now at 190”. Encourage your customers by offering a low introductory price, discount or
free shipping. Excite your customers by offering free bonus, coupons, gift boxes or special premium offers. If you are selling inexpensive items, offer your customers a group or collection of them, one of each color, or a set of three. You
might have less profit on each item, but you’ll make it up with the extra volume. The goal is to make more money from each sale
Fewer than half of all eBay listings will sell the first time they are listed, even for experienced sellers. You can take advantage of
eBay’s easy relisting option. Otherwise you may rotate your items and then relist the unsold items later.4. Choose best Item title and descriptionWriting effective title and description would excite your customers to pay more attention to your products. This is the most
important way of advertising your item, which in turn helps you in gaining more profit. We at OBVA have well trained virtual assistants
who are skillful in creating effective item titles and descriptions. Post testimonials and endorsements from your customers, with their permission. eBay uses the feedback system for customer
comments, but not every bidder will take the time to read it.5. Here are some products that help you in making more money on eBay.* Digital Cameras & Photo * eBay motors * Consumer Electronics * Computers & Networking * Clothing, Shoes & Accessories * DVDs & CD’s* Sporting Goods * Home & Garden * Collectibles Toys & Hobbies * Jewelry & Watches * Mobile Phones and accessories* Printers, MP3 players and accessories.* E-books regarding health and beauty, career and personality development, money making and saving, being happier
These are some proven tips in making more money on eBay. If you think you need professional help in a budget to make your
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About the Author
Sharon Dsouza belongs to a team of Professional Virtual Assistant from OBVA Inc. OBVA supports complete online EBay and Amazon Store Outsourcing and customized services such as administrative services, Social media, Blogging, Internet Research, to online entrepreneurs and small businesses. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We work part time, full time and on task basis.