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Selling Online 2.0: Migrating from Ebay to Amazon, Craigslist, and Your Own E-Commerce Website

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REMEMBER WHEN eBay USED TO BE A GREAT PLACE FOR SMALL SELLERS TO BECOME BIG SELLERS? Unfortunately, recent changes at eBay have made online auctions less reliable and profitable. So where can you sell when you can't sell on eBay? Online auctions are the past; fixed-price selling is the future. It's time to move beyond eBay and first-generation online selling and start Sell ...more
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Published March 23rd 2009 by Que (first published 2009)
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It used to be that eBay was made for small businesses, Mom and Pop shops, and hobbyists. The process was simple. Put your product up for auction for a few days or a week. Someone would bid, they’d pay through Pay Pal, and you’d ship the item. Of course, there was a small fee associated with the service.

Unfortunately, times have changed. Bidding on items to get a few deals was great but when you really went looking for specific items waiting for a week to maybe get a product was inconvenient. No
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This book is geared toward someone selling physical goods, beginning with eBay, then moving on to Amazon, Craigslist, and finally talking about setting up your own site and selling direct to consumers. It did a fabulous job of conveying very basic information in a thorough manner without dumbing the information down (such as a book that will define a super-common word like "blog." Duh.) It assumes I've at least turned on a computer! And yet it does go into sufficient detail for a newbie.

I sell i
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Michael Miller received a Marketing degree from Indiana University in 1980. After graduation, he worked for seven years in his family's retail business, then spent twelve years in various positions at Macmillan Publishing. In his last position as Vice President of Business Strategy, he helped guide the strategic direction for the world's largest reference publisher and influence the shape of today ...more
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