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Andrew Minalto

eBay Business In a Box!

The biggest problems that any particular eBay seller faces are usually not unique. Most of the time they are just manifestations of issues that are common across the board. Even so, many sellers just can’t seem to rise above and get trapped in a low profit margin. Let’s look at a few of the main reasons this happens, and then I’ll pose a couple of solutions.

The Wrong Products. Sometimes even sellers who have taken the time to do market research end up trying to sell the wrong products. It can be difficult sometimes to find that oh-so-right niche market.

The Wrong Branding. If you don’t have a brand that is recognizable and convincing, your business will suffer. This includes not just the brand name itself, but also the logo design. Let’s face it. Most of us eBay sellers are not graphic designers. Therefore, this part of the marketing process is often a struggle.

The Wrong Listings. After your brand, your listings are the next most important representative of your business. If they look  sloppy, you know what will happen: less profit. Once again however, listings may not be your strong point. If this is the case, how can you overcome this obstacle?

No Long Term Plan. You really need to have a vision that goes beyond the micro level of your business operations. Sending your orders out on time is important, but even more important is the process of maximizing your potential so that you work less and make more. This can only be accomplished if you have long term goals in sight!

No Focus. In addition to having a long term plan you need discipline your self into focusing on a single niche or market (at least during the beginning phases) so that you do not overreach yourself. Trying to work in multiple markets at once right away is a bad way to invest your time and money. Even so, the discipline that is needed to make your focus stick does not often come easily.

The Solution

I know that these problems are probably beginning to sound like a lot to work through, but remember that each of them can be conquered with time.

But what if you don’t have a lot of time? Maybe you already have a full time a job and run your eBay shop on the side. You don’t have a lot of time to experiment and try to find out what methods work and which do not. And furthermore, you don’t want to spend your hard earned money on business tactics that you have no guarantee will work.

If these are akin to your feelings on the subject, then maybe its time to introduce a second solution. Why waste resources learning from your own mistakes when you can consult an expert who has already done this for you? As an eBay powerseller I have worked painstakingly through each of these problems and figured out what works, and what doesn’t. And luckily, I have also fashioned a plan for transferring this knowledge from me to you.

I call it the 60 Day Blueprint, and its available at 60DayBluePrint.com. This product isn’t just a guide, it’s like direct access to a personal trainer who will beef up your auction business and make it work like a well oiled machine. You will get to work one on one with me as I help you to start or improve your eBay business.

In addition I will give you advice on branding, choosing a logo, staying on track and more. And… …I will have my personal designer construct a professional listing template for you as well. The process will take eight weeks, and at the end, you will have a longterm eBay niche business supplying a reliable stream of income.