Did you know that eBay gets over 1.8 Billion (yes that’s Billion with a B) page views per month, and moves over $15 Billion a year in merchandise? It is the 4th most visited site on the Internet, and at the time of this writing has sites in 26 countries worldwide. So do you eBay? I do! And, thousands worldwide are taking advantage of the Goldmine on eBay. Shouldn’t you? If the idea of turning your lose change into hundreds of dollars appeals to you, then keep reading.
The great thing about operating an eBay Auction Business is you don’t need a website to make money online and it allows you the freedom of working at home. And currently over 400,000 people are doing just that. Working at home, and making a full-time income, online without a website with their eBay Auction Business. Have you ever wondered if you could be a successful eBayer? Have you ever asked yourself… “How do they do it?” or “Where do they find all their “Hot Merchandise?”. Well, here’s an insight from my book “eBay Marketing Wholesale SourcePak” into how to start your eBay Auction Business from Home on a Shoe String Budget using Dropshippers.
Using Dropshippers is a smart way to get your eBay Auction Business up and running especially in the beginning. By using Dropshippers you will not have to worry about storage of costly inventory, packaging of inventory, or the shipping of inventory. Your Dropshipper will look after all of that for you. And with the ease of using Dropshippers you will have more time to concentrate on improving your sales skills and learning how to bring more customers to your eBay Auctions. The fact is, most Dropshippers charge you nothing to become a member to sell their products. While others may charge just a nominal administration fee. Plus, you can list your item on eBay for approximately .35 cents. So, as you can see your eBay Auction Business will cost you very little to get started. With such a low financial risk the only thing you have to lose is a bit of your time.
At this point you might be wondering how Dropshipping on eBay would work. It’s a simple process. First you should browse eBay to find an item(s) you would like to sell. Then become an eBay member. Once you have an item(s) you are interested in selling, locate a Dropshipper for that item(s). Sign up with the Dropshipper. Now, list an auction on eBay for the item(s). Once your auction is over and you have a buyer, email your Dropshipper the required information. Your Dropshipper will then send the item(s) directly to your customer and charge your account the wholesale price for the item(s). The difference between the wholesale price and your retail price is pure profit!
All successful eBayers know that they must sell what the public is wanting to buy at a price the public is willing to pay for it. So research your item thoroughly. Know what your cost will be, and approximately what you can sell the item for before you decide to sell it.
About the author:
Joe Clare is an active Netpreneur and eBayer! He is the author of numerous articles on how to succeed on eBay! Check out his latest Best Selling eBook “eBay Marketing Wholesale SourcePak” Your Passport to Success! at http://www.ebooksnsoftware.com