Max and I did all the possible mistakes in our early years on eBay, including taking loans at the worst possible timing. This guest blog by Chris Grundy – explains the why, when and how of growing your eBay business (correctly) with loans / financing options.
eBay has recently began to actively message and warn sellers about the expected ban of active content from listings, starting from June 2017. CrazyLister’s new version is already 100% compliant with the upcoming changes. This post is a wake-up call for all sellers – don’t wait till the last moment, make sure your listings are ready for the new policy in time!
It was a long, long journey. We flew from Tel-Aviv to Moscow, from Moscow to New-York, and from New York to Las Vegas, but it was all well worth it! Participating as presenters at the event, the CrazyLister team had hundreds of conversations with sellers, meetup organizers, eBay employees and other solution providers. Here are our takes on the eBay open 16 conference in Las Vegas – Everything you need to know in case you weren’t there.
Last week, I mentioned us returning from the eBay open 2016 conference in Las Vegas. We had a chance to meet in person with the eBay leadership team in person and discuss the struggles and pains shared by the sellers’ community. As a true Israeli, I’m not easily impressed with words. I believe in actions. I’m under a strong impression that the new eBay management team is focused on helping make eBay better for small…
“I just sit in my office and read all day.” This is how Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest and most successful people in the business world, describes his day. Sitting. Reading. If you’re reading this blog, it means you’re taking your eBay business seriously. I believe that, in order to build a successful eBay business, it’s important to have a deep understanding of how eBay works and thinks. In order to achieve such a deep understanding, we…
We probably went through most of the possible mistakes in building a dropshipping business on eBay – from blindly trusting anonymous suppliers to not keeping track of our accounting. In this post, I’m going to focus on the deadliest ones. These are the mistakes that nearly killed our eBay business.
You will fail. Take it as a fact – failure is a natural part of the path to success. The question is what do you do when things go south? When this seller’s eBay account got suspended, he could have easily quit, instead he took his eBay business to $250k in sales.
In October 2015, CrazyLister’s team was selected to the top 10 companies (out of 700) to participate in Europe’s #1 startup accelerator program in Amsterdam (StartupBootcamp). We’ve spent the last 3.5 months working from morning till night, with one mission – Helping small eBay businesses grow.