Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Coca Cola, Oprah Winfrey and Wendy’s Use eBay to Cozy Up to Customers

Earlier this month, USA Today ran an interesting article about how big brands are using eBay to build marketing buzz around their products and sell related products.

This got me thinking. Is there a way to hitch your eBay wagon to the bigger brands and cash in on some bigtime promotion and publicity? Could you be the kind of vendor who sells the “Zero-inspired jewelry” that’s mentioned in the article? Are there other avenues into this market?

Also – can you use the popularity of certain trends, fads and well-known advertising campaigns to gain visibility with your eBay products? Remember a while back when I blogged about How Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie Can Help You Connect with Customers? I think we’re talking about something similar here.

Let me know if you have similar ideas or approaches that have worked. I’d be happy to get into your successes (and failures, too) here on this blog. It will help all of us.

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1 Comments:

At 10:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a tip for those who want to get more exposure to your ebay auctions. Two websites AuctionPromotionTools.com allows you to post your ebay auctions for free for the world to see.

If you're ebay auctions is more of the weird and curious variety try Curious-Auctions.com. Both sites will give you LOTS of exposure to your ebay auctions. They both have Featured Listings and advertising available at extremely reasonable prices.

 

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