To answer your last question, there is one thing I have seen that you can bank on with setting of auctions..
There are two times during the day which I would call the peak times for orders..
One of them is right in the morning.. Probably in the before work to sometimes lunch time area.. The other is around about 8 PM to about 12 AM at night..
During those two windows is when you get a majority of your orders for USA markets..
I would say that the night time one is the biggest one to bank on.. The first morning window is not huge..
So, if you are going to put an auction up, I would say anywhere from 9 PM to 11 PM is good.. I am on EST
Cathy Nagy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I checked out all of your links -- this is what I
1. The ebook cookbooks very few had actually sold
2. Police Auction ebooks sold every time. All were
sold by people from the UK and for ridiculous
3. Gambling ebooks didn't sell that great and I am
not interested in selling that type of book.
Questions that I have regarding ebooks:
1. When listing an ebook it ask for the web address
of where the ebook is located. Do I have to put the
ebook I am listing on a website of my own or can I
use the site you gave me?
2. Do you have descriptions for your ebooks that I
can use or do I need to make up my own?
Other questions I have:
1. I have a set of security cameras I want to sell on
ebay. They are new but warranty has expired. I have
looked at completed auctions and they are selling.
What is your advice with starting auctions a $.01? Is
it a risky move?
2. Also, I have heard to list things for 10 days
starting on Thurs so the auction end on Sunday during
peak time. I have also heard to start auctions early
Saturday to get more exposure early in the auction.
Which would you recommend?
Thanks for your help.