Question about eBay Auctions
Step 1Evaluate your product. Decide its important points for the ad listing, such as its brand and condition.
Step 2Check out the competition. See what category sellers have listed similar items are under. Choose the same or a related category to list your item in. Step 3Choose a searchable title. Use a series of search terms to bring in customers searching for your item. Remember to use as many keywords as possible in the small space allotted, and leave out descriptive words that are not as likely to be searched. Step 4Describe your item. Use all of the information gathered when evaluating the item. Leave out nothing that could be important for a customer to know. Be honest about any flaws or damage. Anticipate questions that could be asked about the product and answer them all in the eBay listing. Step 5Describe your shipping policy at the end of the listing. Give buyers a choice of shipping methods if possible. Mention your return policy if you have one. Step 6Proofread your listing. Use a spellchecker to make sure there are no spelling mistakes. Remember, an item listing with spelling or grammatical mistakes will not seem as professional as one without them.
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