eBay Sales Map - Holiday: Black Friday 2009 http://ping.fm/bNV1Z
eBay Seller Central - Sales, Marketing, Selling Tips for PowerSellers
Advanced sales, marketing, design and exposure techniques for eBay sellers. Based on the book “The 7 Essential Steps to Successful eBay Marketing” (McGraw-Hill, July 2005). Tips, tricks and strategies that help you generate eBay sales now. Insider selling knowledge.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Friday, November 27, 2009
Facebook Marketing: IKEA's Genius Use of Photo Tagging http://ping.fm/cRdV6
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
“He does the work of three men: Larry, Curly, and Moe.” http://ping.fm/JCA1R
Friday, November 13, 2009
Elgan: Online publishing for the cheap and lazy http://ping.fm/SmiuZ
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
4 Social Media Stories: The Good, Bad and Ugly http://ping.fm/9shEz
Thursday, September 04, 2008
How to Set Google Chrome as Your Default Browser in Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows Vista - Important for eBay Pages
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
The Obvious "Secret" All World-Class eBay Sellers Obey
Home-based eBay sellers are constantly assaulted by temptations, distractions and diversions. The Tivo is full of your favorite recorded shows. Your children need some sort of assistance. The fridge beckons. A new article (or blog post!) grabs your attention. All these things take you away from your most profitable activities – which include listing, site design, promotion, PR, branding, direct mail and so forth.
Everyone talks about how “ACTION” is so important. But, beneath that little secret is the real one – “The START.” The start is crucial to action. Starting something -- anything -- is often the eBay seller’s biggest challenge. There are so many reasons not to start. But the accumulation of false starts, and start denials eventually adds up to poor performance and results. The mind that doesn’t start is the bad mind at work. It’s the same one that doesn't want to get up at 5AM. The one that goes for chocolate rather than broccoli.
If you start something.. anything.. however.. it eventually produces good stuff. A plan, process or outline that’s in place helps guarantee good stuff. Because, everyone knows that some do’ers do the wrong thing. That can be very dangerous.
There’s a science that studies “bad actions,” and it’s covered quite well in a book called Deep Survival. This is where people make rapid, “blink” decisions in survival situations and fail miserably (usually resulting in death). Fortunately eBay is a more forgiving environment. If you fail, you get tons of data that shows you where you went wrong. And you can always fix things and try again. That’s not so when you’re climbing Everest.