Ebay is the first online auction site you should register with. To list Dutch auctions (an auction format for selling a quantity of identical items) on eBay.
Sellers need to have a feedback rating of at least 50, and you need to have been a member for at least 60 days. Although not the only way, Dutch auctions serve as a powerful venue for making some of the biggest profits through online auction selling. If you bought this course off of eBay, you’re already registered! But if you bought this though a web site, or off-line, you should become a registered seller right now!
When registering, one of the tasks you’ll need to complete is selecting what eBay calls a “User ID”. This may seem like a minor thing, and some may not give it a second thought, but your User ID is what your customers will come to know you by. Buyers can do searches based on your User ID alone…
If you have a prospect, or a customer that has purchased from you before, they can find you and your current auctions just by doing a search on your User ID. Pick a name that will represent what types of products you plan on selling,
OR, of you’re not sure yet, pick a more generic name (one that could apply to selling just about any product) that is preferably short – and most of all – memorable. Take your time in choosing your name, and have fun with it. There is no need for some fancy or “technical sounding” name. After all, a seller by the name of “PARROTHEAD88” has the highest feedback rating on eBay, and is one of its most successful sellers! So don’t be afraid to choose a … [continue at The Power In A Name – Selecting Your User Id – Part 2]