Lee read birthday greetings from the chat board to Griff. Edie, Santa Monica CA (dress_to_suit), asked about offering free promotional items and item descriptions. Griff and Lee continued reading “11 Things to Consider When Pricing Ecommerce Products” by Chris Dawson for Tamebay.
Remember the noun and other tips for writing listings that sell! Our guest is eBay educator Stephanie Inge, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller stephintexas.
6 ways to encourage sales! Our guest is eBay educator Louise Sanchez, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller herbscraftsgifts.
Item specifics versus item description! Our guest is Vicki Conley, known on eBay as pictureithere.
Our guests for eBay Radio Show #709 for January 23, 2018, are:
Lee shared eBay’s announcements about Promoted Listings’ rollout to Motors Categories and protections for sellers impacted by the recent storms in the Northeast; get all the details at https://announcements.ebay.com. She also shared some news about Watch Lists. First-time caller Toni, Kerrville TX (sitogeur), shared a funny story and had a question about descriptions.
5 mistakes sellers make — and how to avoid them! Our guest is Suzanne A. Wells, the eBay Coach, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller atlantagolfshop.
How to write descriptions that sell! Our guest is Cindy Shebley, leader of the Web Sellers Circle, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller clovercity.
Our guests for eBay Radio Show #687 on July 11, 2017, are:
I wrote a Facebook post about bringing more clothes than I needed for the eBay Radio Party & Conference, because I wanted to see lots of choices in my hotel room closet. I ended up, as I always do, wearing my most comfortable outfits. It took me days to cull though my closet to come up with the choices. I do this with every trip I take. This year, I learned a valuable lesson: Keep it simple, and save a lot of time. I’ll be bringing you lots of time-saving tips this year. First, let’s tackle your listing descriptions. Are you still writing a novel? In the case of listing descriptions, as in my wardrobe, less is more. Think of the wasted time writing long listing descriptions when they should be short and to the point. If you don’t have short, one-line statements in your listings, then cull through them and cut them down. You’ll be more mobile friendly, and you’ll save a lot of time, which will enable you to grow your business.