Monday, September 21, 2009

How To Take Your eBay/eCommerce Business To The Next Level

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Do you

  • sell online (eBay and/or other sites)
  • know the basics
  • want to grow your business
  • need tips & info on creating a business plan, sourcing, marketing?
If this describes you, then you'll want to tune in to our Tips From the Top podcast this Wednesday, Sept 23 at 4:00pm ET (1pm PT).

John Peragine, Jr will be our guest. He is the author of eBay Income Advanced: How To Take Your eBay Business to the Next Level - For PowerSellers and Beyond.

We'll be talking about

  • Expanding Your Business
  • Advertising
  • Developing and Using a Business Plan
  • Evaluating the Success or Your Business using a SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)
  • and much more!

The Chat Room will be open and we welcome your questions! Mark your calendars and join the podcast this Wednesday, Sept 23 at 4pm ET/1pm PT.

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1 comment:

  1. This is an excellent podcast. In eBay selling, it's easy to put most of your focus on front-end work – setting up auctions, answering questions and waiting for payment.

    To be successful on eBay, you also have to keep a close eye on the time and money you spend on shipping., an online postage provider that lets you print shipping labels from home, is offering a free eBay-focused program that will help you import your sales, manage your postage and prepare your package shipping from one piece of software.

    Unlike PayPal, gives you a 10 percent discount on insurance and lets you insure items up to $2,500 (compared to the $500 limit on PayPal). You also can send items worldwide via First Class Mail International.

    For a limited time, all you'll pay for is the postage. I hope your listeners give it a shot.

    Judd is offering free shipping label software for eBay sellers. Get it at:


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