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eBay For Dummies by Marsha Collier
For Dummies | English | 2006-10-30 | ISBN: 0470045299 | 386 pages | File type: PDF | 5,5 mb

Thinking about buying or selling items on eBay? Whether you want to use eBay to make smart bids and win auctions or turn household clutter into cash, eBay for Dummies, Fifth Edition is your passport to the most successful trading community on the planet. Beginning with an overview of what eBay is and how to become a registered user, eBay for Dummies helps you discover how you can:

??Search for items to buy and list items to sell on eBay
??Place a bid--and determine how much you should spend
??Use pictures and basic HTML to make your eBay listings more appealing
??Communicate well and close deals without a problem
??Identify auction terms (reserve price, starting bid, Buy It Now, etc.)
??Organize your transactions and interactions using the My eBay page
??Resolve buying and selling issues with eBay's Trust Safety program
??And much more!
Registering at eBay makes you part of a really unique community of people who like to collect, buy, and sell items of just about every kind! So if you're ready to join the millions of people who use their home computers to make great deals, buy cool stuff, and turn a profit, eBay for Dummies does all the legwork so you can sit back and let the bidding begin!
eBay is the world's #1 online shopping destination and can be a bit intimidating for first-time users. Thankfully, though, the latest edition of eBay For Dummies addresses all the issues a first-time or inexperienced eBay user will confront. Readers will be up to date in no time on the latest changes in the eBay interface, fee structure, and methods for buying and selling. Readers will quickly be on the path that makes bidding, buying, and selling the fun it should be!
A Reference for the Rest of Us!(r)
* Author Marsha Collier is a recognized eBay expert, thanks to her bestselling books, appearances as an instructor at eBay University events, and appearances on NBC's Today Show, ABC's The View, and numerous print and radio interviews
* Topics include: getting a user name, making first bids, completing transactions, selling items, and what to do if anything goes wrong
* An ideal resource for everyone from corporate customers to mom pop retailers, as well as individuals who are cleaning out their closets and garages
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