A Useful Guide To Help You Make Money On Ebay Sites Worldwide


Millions of people make money on eBay. From dropshipping to selling wholesale, or simply selling the forgotten treasures of an attic or the contents of a spare room, people from all walks of life sell on eBay, from grandmothers to students, housewives to businessmen.

eBay offers its sellers a unique opportunity; a chance to reach literally millions of buyers, and to offer items for sale on a website – eBay – which is one of the most popular in the world. Not a lot of people know this, but it is possible for almost anyone, from any country, to list on any eBay site worldwide. For example, let’s say that, like me, you are a Brit using eBay to make money. Normally, you would sign into eBay.co.uk and list your items there. But did you know that, with eBay, the world truly is your oyster…?

You are not restricted to selling from just the country in which you live. You can use your eBay credentials (your eBay User ID and your password) to sign in and make money on almost any eBay site worldwide! That means that if you are a UK eBayer, you can sign in and start to make money on eBay.com in the USA by listing your products there. Your starting or Buy It Now price will be listed in dollars (rather than GBP) and you can take advantage of different categories, different features and benefit from millions of Americans browsing the eBay USA website!

This will come in particularly handy if you sell a wide range of items, for example DVDs, CDS, books or shoes – or whatever! Instead of just listing on eBay.co.uk, you can sign in and sell on eBay.com in the USA. This could help to send your auctions into orbit and can help you make money on eBay. You will bring your products to a whole new customer base! And eBay.com has slightly different policies to eBay.co.uk – for example, in the USA you can currently list on the home page – bringing you maximum traffic!

And it doesn’t stop there. Australians who make money on eBay by signing into the Australian eBay site at eBay.com.au can sign in and list on eBay.co.uk and eBay.com. New Zealanders who make money selling on eBay at eBay.com.nz can sign into eBay.com.au and eBay.co.uk and eBay.com. Germans who make money on eBay.de can sell on all these sites too! And Italians! And French! And Canadians who sell on eBay.ca!

You can bid, buy and sell on dozens of eBay sites worldwide, from Spain to Singapore, Ireland to Italy, the UK to the USA. As I mentioned, with eBay, the world truly is your oyster. And this applies if you are a high volume seller who wants to make money on eBay tapping into a new market by listing in another country, or if you are a Brit who has stumbled across some rare old collectable which you think will appeal more to Americans than the the British.

Of course, your ultimate success depends on a number of factors – the items you are selling, the starting price you set, the quality of your auction description, the quality of your photos, the category you list in and so on and so on. But make no mistake that it is possible to make money on eBay and millions of people worldwide do it, people just like you, people who have started off selling the odd item here or there and then gone on to make money on eBay by carving their careers around the wonders of one of the world’s most visited websites.

Just before I go, here’s a few final tips to help you with your online auction career and make money on eBay.

Very often, the success of an auction ultimately depends on the traffic that it generates – that is, the number of hits your auction gets (you can keep an eye on your auction visitors by using that little counter thingy at the bottom of your auctions). Of course other factors come into play as well, like the quality of your auction description and the just how good your photo is, but most of the time, the more traffic your auction generates, the more people who see your items for sale, is almost always key to the final auction price.

If your item is hidden away, buried in a category alongside a thousand other similar items, it is likely to go for a lower price than if your auction appears at the top of the category listing, with a good photo, a good keyword rich title, well written and well set out, blazing its way across eBay for the whole world to see!

Because traffic is so important your auction, it can often be very useful to take advantage of eBay’s listing features which make your auction stand out. That is, consider using the Gallery Feature, or Bold or the Featured Plus! feature or add a Subtitle to your auction. All of these things will help, and will help to increase the number of visitors your auction gets. (I especially recommend the Featured Plus! feature. It’s a little pricey, but I’ve seen items go for £1090 featured that have only fetched £390 when not featured!). So often, people forget that traffic is so important, so key to an auction’s success, so do all you can to make your auctions stand out from the crowd and, put simply, you will make more money on eBay.

If you like what you’ve read here, please visit my About me page below which tells you more about how I make money on eBay and lists the benefits of my eBay items that I have put together to help people like you make money on eBay. It details the benefits of dropshipping and selling wholesale on eBay, and lists genuine wholesalers and dropshippers. It also offers proof of how to make money on eBay – I reveal the eBay item numbers of products being dropshipped and sold wholesale for a profit on eBay right now! You will discover exactly how and where to get your hands on those products so that you can start selling them within hours! Click the link below to find out more.

So! Best of luck in your quest to make money on eBay – it works! eBay really can change your life.

Now, it’s 1am and I’m off to bed. Until my next review, God Bless and Good Luck in all you do



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