- Nov 5, 2002
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I am thinking about opening a E-bay store and was checking to see if any of you have any input good or bad about the E-bay stores.
LOL...that's fro sure. But you'll deal with alot of good folks too.Originally posted by rebar_rocketry
yeah..what he said
And be prepared for strange folks to come crawling out of the woodwork. I wish I could get away from Ebay completely, but I need them right now to drive traffic to my website.
OK, I said I would shut up, so I'll do that now
Good point on the "good folks". There are plenty of them in our hobby. What I was saying applies mostly to noobs who are new to ebay and don't understand it. I sold a CD to one fella who thought I was supposed to ship it before he paid. He got irate when I tried to explain the process to him. Of course, he never paid. More money lost.Originally posted by flying_silverad
LOL...that's fro sure. But you'll deal with alot of good folks too.
As far as feedback is concerned, just keep sending those e-mails and keep the lines of communication open. You be suprised what a quick e-mail can do to put out a fire.
really think about the timing of your "active auctions" in terms of time off. Don't overload all you auction items so they end all at the same tome. Spread em out a little.
What Rebar said about driving them to your website is key!! Be careful not to add to many links to your auctions though, or Ebay will send a nasty gram