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On the investing eBook, look at these links:
I think the problem is you need to broaden your search to see the value.. Rather than typing "investing ebook" into eBay, I typed "investing" and then I clicked on the category links on the left to go to Everything Else:
It could be rather audio CDs than eBooks that will do the trick..
What if you had the rights to sell some investing CDs?
Possibly, there are investing audio CDs out there that all for resale rights and you could make a lot on them?
OR BETTER YET:
Instead of putting eBook in your description, you put "book" as it is a book.. I notice that a lot of "books" on investing sell for high prices..
You could sell your eBook
CHECK OUT THIS:
Where did this guy get so many of these to resell? Maybe he only pays $50 bucks and sells them for over $100..
GUY TEACHING PEOPLE HOW TO BUY HOUSES AND MAKES OVER $100 A DAY DOING IT(guy with fish):
mill <email@example.com> wrote:
I have been rereading some of the things over again, and I definitely
see the plan as being doable. As far as which category to do I am
uncertain, I viewed all the links you sent me, and was impressed at that
karate e-book seller. WOW that was a good job.
My problem with selling the e-book on powerselling is that I have no
feedback. I think it would be a harder sell for me to jump in that
e-book field until my feedback gets a lot higher.
As far as the e-book of choice I am unsure. I am willing to do any
of them, as long as we get it running. So far doing this research on
ebay I havent seen any body really selling the investing ebooks. Well
theres a few but none of them are selling. Is there a way to find out
how many searches in ebay are done for a certain term? 1 seller on the
lottery ebooks sold 13 at one auction. Nice
If you think the best way for me to get rolling is by lottery or
karate or whateverm let me know. I am trying to comprehend all of this
as best as I can, really studying your website.
Also one other thing, I dont need to do the 20$ auction right? Since
I do not have the feedback to do a multiple item listing?
Looking forward to reading more and looking forward to your game plan.
> Hi Jeremy,
> I would do a mix of both..
> I use seller manager pro. Believe it or not, I just signed up for it
> I have automated about 85% to 90% of my listings.
> Your goal to sell $100 a day is definitely a good goal..
> Its all in the marketing.. The trick is to make the killer ad with a
> good title in the right category.. The product itself only has to be
> good enough to make the customers satisfied..
> Which topic do you want to do:
> 1. how to sell.
> 2. karate ebook
> 3. investing stocks
> 4. investing day trading
> 5. lottery, how to pick numbers.
> Just look maybe on ebay at any of the ebooks that revolve around these
> topics and get back with me and we will get started..
> If you see an ad that you think is cool,
just send me the link..
> WHAT I DO:
> 1. Find the eBook ad selling at the top of the page, making many sales
> or a lot of profit.
> 2. Copy their ad, break it down and figure out why it sells so well.
> 3. Make my own version based off their ad, and a couple others related
> (generally there are a couple people selling the same eBook at the top
> of the page).
> 4. Start doing test auctions.. Sometimes, it is good to start with
> just one auction in a normal format. If you have balls, go for the
> category featured and eat the loss at first, if you ad sucks (I have
> had to do this a little, but generally, you make enough to pay for the
> ad anyways as long as you did diligence on the ad).
> 5. Trial and error, changing things here and there.. Price, ad,
> title, icon. The icon is important also. Very important. I know, as
> I have seen my ads do TWICE as
good just by changing ONLY the icon..
> I am doing this right now with one eBook. Here is my two test auctions:
> I will not lie. I spent hours making these ads. BUT, in the end it
> will be all worth it, as I will have an item that will make me money
> for years..
> The second one I believe is the superior and I believe that it will be
> able to net me 20 sales atleast when starting from the beginning. I
> actually changed the ad part way through it as I did not like my first
> At any rate, I am doing testing right now.. You can see both ads are
> ALSO, ANOTHER IMPORTANT POINT:
> If you are clever enough, you can find ebooks that have not been
> brought up to category featured yet. There are probably 20 to maybe
> even 100 topics of eBooks that could be sold at the top of the page..
> The common and obvious ones I have mentioned..
> But, I am guessing ones like "Save money at Disney World" or a karate
> eBook could very well do awesome at the top of the page.
> Basically, I think that ANY eBook that tells you how to save tons of
> money or time or make tons of money could be sold at the top of the
> So, even something like how to make your amp crank 4 times the wattage
> could sell well on eBay, as then you could have a cheap amp and get
> the power of the good ones. Of course, it is likely not possible, but
> I think you see what I am getting at.
You save them money..
> */mill _/* wrote:
> Hey Tony,
> My goal is pretty straight forward. I want to achieve earning 100$ a
> day from your ebay mentoring. I am open to sell whatever I need
> to, but
> doing it with the least startup costs I can.
> So if you feel e-books will help me make 100.00 a day then I will do
> that. If you feel electronics is the way to go then I will do
> that. If
> you think or tell me to do a mix of both, then I am game for that
> O'REILLY: All right, Lis ... I sell bibles in Tarzana, CA. Lenny comes
> in, & he's got a ... beard. He's wearing a dress ... I have to hire him?
> LIS WIEHL: You can't not hire Lenny.
> O'REILLY: Yes, but ...
Don't you see my business point here? ... the
> state of Calif .. is forcing me to hire people that may be detrimental
> to my business.
> LIS WIEHL: appearance shouldn't matter. When you're selling bibles.
> O'REILLY: Ms. Rivers, you understand ... better than Lis because she
> went to Harvard Law School, and that disqualifies her from common sense.
O'REILLY: All right, Lis ... I sell bibles in Tarzana, CA. Lenny comes in, & he's got a ... beard. He's wearing a dress ... I have to hire him?
LIS WIEHL: You can't not hire Lenny.
O'REILLY: Yes, but ... Don't you see my business point here? ... the state of Calif .. is forcing me to hire people that may be detrimental to my business.
LIS WIEHL: appearance shouldn't matter. When you're selling bibles.
O'REILLY: Ms. Rivers, you understand ... better than Lis because she went to
Harvard Law School, and that disqualifies her from common sense.