Undiscovered Secrets of eBay PowerSellers

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Undiscovered Secrets of eBay PowerSellers

Have you ever seen sellers on eBay with “star” and “PowerSeller” next to their names? PowerSellers are eBay’s best-selling sellers who consistently sell the most items each month, have a 98% or better feedback rate, and meet compliance thresholds for all marketplace policies.

Do you understand? No, not really, actually anyone can do it. Basically, if you want to get approved as an eBay seller you need to do the following:

Active membership for 90 days.
Average monthly turnover of at least $1000 for three consecutive months.
A total of 100 responses were received, of which 98% or more were positive.
His financial situation is good.
Now we will learn the method used by our eBay PowerSeller friends. A successful auction consists of three elements: the title, description and image of your product.

When you mention, always write a clear, interesting and complete title. The first thing all potential buyers will see is your title, so you need to pay attention to them when they arrive. It should say what buyers want and make them think when they read your headline. Some descriptive words such as antique, vintage, running, study or ‘New in box’ style, whatever is appropriate, may yield better results than a bold title.

Many people leave a lot of money on the table if they choose to just “look at pictures” rather than write a good description. Most auctions are filled with paragraphs of information about where payment will be sent, how it will be sent, when payment will be sent, who can bid, and sometimes who can crash the auction.