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Revealing the Top Selling Items on eBay 2020

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Last year we researched eBay’s marketplace to uncover the Top Selling Items on eBay 2019 and their respective categories. We’ve also shared insights about sell through rates, average prices, break down by country and item condition. This post has quickly become our most popular on the CrazyLister blog, providing sellers with actionable insights to decide what to sell on eBay. Today, we’re updating that post and giving you “Top Selling Items on eBay 2020” where we…
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How to Boost eBay Sales: eBay Design tips that will double your sales

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This week you’ll learn how to boost eBay sales with top eBay design tips from Etienne Amion, a professional eBay template designer and a veteran seller. Etienne will be providing awesome eBay design tips for 2020 and beyond! Throughout 2019, I worked with so many great eBay businesses on some awesome projects. With each new template design we created ever more successful, creative eBay designs that convert to sales. If you’re reading this post, can…
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Dropshipping Secrets Revealed: How We Grew a Dropshipping Business to $4.5 Million

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I sold my first item on eBay in 2008, it was a $70 hair-straightener which was drop shipped to my first ever customer from a Chinese supplier. Since that first sale, my business partner, Max and I, continued on an eventful journey of taking a dropshipping business from zero to over $4.5 million in annual sales. We’ve spilled a lot of blood, sweat and tears learning everything the hard way, from getting our eBay and…
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eBay Active Content Ban – The Definitive Guide to Comply with eBay’s Rules

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“Many tools and services include active content in features added to an item description or your eBay Store, such as scrolling galleries, cross-merchandising widgets, drop-down menus and search-box functionality.” “In 2017, eBay will limit use of active content in sellers’ listings and will provide more information about 2017 plans to limit active content later this year.” (more…)
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How Cori O’steen Worked with eBay for Charity and Grew Her Business to $10M

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This July, I had the opportunity to share our eBay journey with other sellers while lecturing at the eBay Open event in Las Vegas. eBay invited two sellers – Cori O’Steen and myself, to share our insights with other sellers to help them grow their businesses. While my lectures focused on how Max and I optimized our listings to constantly increase sales, Cori shared how she used charity and personality to get a competitive edge.…
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Favorite eBay Listing Tools We Used to Grow Our Sales to $100k / Month

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In this post I’m going to share the eBay listing tools Max and I used to grow our sales. During a period of 6 months we were able to push our eBay listings to the top of the search results on 5 different eBay sites: US, UK, AUS, DE, FR and increase our eBay sales by 220% (which later helped us win eBay awards for outstanding sales). The method to achieve this was by constantly revising our…
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eBay Best Match Algorithm: The simple method we used to kick-start sales for new eBay listings

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Does this sound familiar? You create a great listing. You invest hours in its content and design. Your price is competitive and you offer fast shipping. Not to mention your feedback is stellar! Still, once the listing goes live, nothing happens. Days turn into weeks, and still nothing. You barely get any orders.  You wonder how this can be? You offer a better deal for the shoppers and your listings look more professional than others,…
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5 Marketplaces That Every eBay Seller Should Expand to Right Now

5 eBay Alternative Marketplaces Every eBay Seller Should Expand to Right Now

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In Adam Grant’s book – “Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World“, he talks about research which provides information that contrary to popular belief, most successful entrepreneurs actually hate risk and do everything in their power to constantly reduce the risk in their businesses. This was the case with Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay. Pierre only left his day job as a programmer when eBay was generating more income than his nine-to-five job. Even when Max…
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