Archive for the 'Selling Policies' Category

Tips for Your After-Christmas Sale

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

It use to be that right after Christmas many online sellers would close up shop, or at least stop focusing on selling until the new year.  However, in recent years giving gift cards as Christmas gifts has grown in popularity, and this has given lots of people incentive to buy themselves after-Christmas gifts. To keep [...]

Tips for Surviving Holiday Season

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Black Friday and Cyper Monday may be over, but there’s still a ways to go to survive this holiday season! If you’re starting to feel like one of Santa’s elves on the day before Christmas, take a deep breath, grab some eggnog, and read over these tips to help keep your sanity and your eBay [...]

eBay Pricing: Finding the Sweet Spot

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Has this ever happened to you? You barely listed an item and in just a few short minutes or hours — it sells. You kick yourself as you realize you probably listed the item for a price that was too low. Or maybe you listed the item at what you thought was a reasonable price, [...]

What You Need to Know About Shipping Perfume With USPS

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Selling perfume on eBay can be quite profitable. You might even be able to have success selling bottles of perfume that were open and partially used! Before you run to gather up your bottles of old perfume, there are some things you should know about shipping them that can save you time and keep you [...]

eCommerce: It’s All About the Buyer

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

There is often a big difference in the mindset of online sellers. Some sellers faithfully do their business plans, project their business goals, and research the market. Others tend to haphazardly list items or send boxes of “stuff” into Amazon, having no idea if it will sell. No matter what category you fall into, it’s [...]

Controversy Sells – But Is It Worth The Price?

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Recently, the Weinstein Company (an independent film studio) dropped the production of a line of action figures based on the controversial Quentin Taratino movie, Django Unchained. They did this because they felt the figures were inappropriate due to the movie’s slave-based theme. After this announcement, scores of sellers raced to their local stores to buy-out [...]

Upset over new Auctiva Fees? Coming Soon – Vendio Special Offer

Thursday, May 28th, 2009

As many of you may have heard, Ina Steiner at Auctionbytes broke the news that Auctiva will soon be charging for their services. To toot our own horns for a bit, in comparison, Vendio has spent the last year lowering prices and launching an eCommerce Platform that includes a robust, full-featured online store as well [...]