Absolute Beginner's Guide to eBay (2nd Edition) by Michael Miller

By Michael Miller

On any given day there are greater than 12 million goods indexed for public sale at eBay, the world's biggest on-line buying and selling group. virtually $15 billion worthy of item, in additional than 638 million person auctions, was once traded over eBay through the yr 2002; that is $50 million an afternoon, or $579 each moment. on the finish of 2002, eBay had greater than sixty two million registered clients - virtually triple the variety of clients simply years past. the 1st version of this publication is a runaway best-seller, so it is only common we might replace this nice ebook to mirror a few of eBay's latest improvements reminiscent of; promoting supervisor (eBay's new public sale administration service), rapid Lister (new directory production software program) eBay's new directory layout positive aspects.

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I don’t like the idea of eBay (or any other company) having automatic access to my checking account; who knows whether I’ll have enough funds on tap the day they decide to make the automatic withdrawal? Credit card payment is easy and just as automatic, with few (if any) hassles. 2 Entering credit card information for your eBay seller’s account. Direct Pay Automatic Checking Withdrawal If you’d rather pay via automatic checking account withdrawal, eBay offers the Direct Pay option. To sign up, go to the Site Map page, select Sign Up/Update eBay Direct Pay for Seller Fees, and complete the form that appears there.

And that’s not small potatoes. How Does an eBay Auction Work? If you’ve never used eBay before, you might be a little anxious about what might be involved. Never fear; participating in an online auction is a piece of cake, something tens of millions of other users have done before you. That means you don’t have to reinvent any wheels; the procedures you have to follow are well established and well documented. An online auction is an Internet-based version of a traditional auction—you know, the type where a fast-talking auctioneer stands in the front of the room, trying to coax potential buyers into bidding Before you can list an item for sale or place a bid on an item, you first have to register with eBay.

1 Enter the first page of your registration info. 5. Select a question from the Secret Question list, and then enter your answer in the Secret Answer box. ) 6. Enter your date of birth, and then click the Continue button. 7. eBay displays its user agreements. Read these agreements (if you want), check each of the I Agree boxes, and then click the I Agree to These Terms button. 8. eBay verifies your email address and sends you a confirmation message. Click the Web page link in the confirmation email message to continue.

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