Présentation de l'éditeur
Thank you for choosing my eBook which I hope will help you earn a good living selling goods belonging to other people on eBay.
I have been selling on eBay for more than ten years and for most of that time I’ve passed on my knowledge about eBay as editor of London-based print newsletter, ‘eBay Confidential’.
One business I’ve covered in depth has helped readers worldwide make money on eBay, essentially because this business model works incredibly well, and secondly because the same or even higher profits can be made no matter where in the world you live and work - as long as you have access to eBay, that is!
The big secret to this incredibly profitable business is sell goods on behalf of vendors of high price products; people who, for one reason or another, do not want to market those goods themselves on eBay. Once you find those people and their products you really can make hundreds or even thousands of dollars from just one sale. This guide shows how it’s done.
I'll show you how to make thousands of dollars each week, maybe more, without ever buying stock yourself, and without ever needing special business premises, or staff, or suffering high overheads.
The Trading Assistant business is as close to perfect as virtually any business can be, and one of the biggest benefits for you is that you never have to pay for products that don't eventually sell.
Typically, the trading assistant earns ten or twenty per cent of the final price fetched on eBay for whatever is being sold, which on a collectible fetching $100 is just ten or twenty dollars, compared to earning the same percentage on an antique item or car, maybe a house or yacht fetching $40,000 on eBay, which earns you $4,000 or more as well as all your selling expenses.
So you won’t be surprised to hear me suggest you should stick to selling potentially very high value items as a trading assistant, because that is where the really big profits lie. I say that because it takes much the same length of time to list a car, for example, worth two or three hundred dollars as another worth $50,000, or a collectable postcard that fetches one dollar compared to another that’s worth 500 dollars.
And that explains why trading assistants I know well are selling rare antiques and collectibles, designer clothing and upmarket cars and boats. And that’s the sort of product you must also sell on behalf of their current owners.
Once you start this business there should be no stopping you, you’ll probably make more money than you ever thought possible from selling other people’s goods on eBay. Then with a little experience you’ll be able to pick and choose assignments and products that guarantee an incredibly high income for you.
This report will get you off to a flying start.
LIST OF CONTENTS
Message From the Author
Why People Will Pay For Your Expertise
These Are the People Who Need Your Help
How To Maximize Your Earnings
A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Business Up and Running, and Making Big Money, Right From Day One!
What To Call Yourself
How Much to Charge For Your Service
Products and Clients
Gain Ideas and Experience From Other Trading Assistants
Promote Your Business Far and Wide
Take Responsibility For The Goods
What Happens if Other People's Products Get Stolen, Lost or Broken?