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Ebay Strategies free pdf In recent years, a significant number of individuals, small and mediumcompanies, and Fortune 500 business have used eBay to build or complement abusiness. In 2003 eBay posted revenues of $2.17 billion and listed 970 millionitems. Business is booming. Some sellers buy products at wholesale and resellthem on eBay while others take advantage of the Internet to sell their ownunique products. Still others, companies such as Sears, have had tremendoussuccess selling DVDs and digital cameras. In the race to jump on thebandwagon, a flurry of books were published that taught sellers how to start aneBay business. These books offered very basic building blocks, technical how-tos,and tactical approaches on how to start a new eBay business. Now,businesses are hitting a wall. They are finding that eBay as a sales channel andan Internet business requires a very unique set of skills combined with nontraditionalstrategies in order to grow and compete in a crowded onlinemarketplace. This will stand out from others in its strategic approach tocommon problems faced by the small to mid-size businesses. Tapping hisfirsthand experience, Wingo provides practical solutions for solving issues andincreasing revenue. He shares his proprietary methodology for expanding aneBay business and offers many applicable case studies that readers won't findanywhere else.

About Scot Wingo

Scot Wingo is president and CEO of ChannelAdvisor, which provides auction and marketplace management software and services to a wide range of companies, including IBM, Best Buy, Dell, Glacier Bay DVD, and 47th Street Photo. ChannelAdvisor processes more than $30 million/month in transactions on eBay and has won two eBay Star developer awards.

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Author : Scot Wingo
Publisher : Addison Wesley
Data Published : 19 August 2004
ISBN : 0321256166
EAN : 9780321256164
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 336 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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