Looks really nice..
A couple things:
1. The page counter at the bottom of your description just keeps saying "Thanks for Looking". When you created the auction, on Step 4, at the bottom, it allows you to select the counter you want and if you want to show how many people came to your page.. I would set this on when you relist the auction.
2. Usually, people buy at the last minute on many auctions.. It kind of works like this:
1st Day 20%, All Middle Days 5%, Last Day 40%.
So, usually, the last day gets about 40% of the orders.. That is from my experience..
3. You have only one available.. Maybe you should offer 3 in your auction..
4. The price is a bit low.. I would
consider maybe $4.99.. Or maybe something like the cost of a pack of cigarettes and use this wording in your ad... Instead of buying another pack of cigarrettes, buy this for the same price and set yourself free!
5. Its a pretty good ad.. Maybe a few things could be changed.. But, mostly pretty good. I would focus on the title.. What are some "phrases" and "words" that a smoker would use to type into ebay search? Maybe a smoker who is trying to buy cheaper smokes on ebay and isn't even looking to quit, you could use terms he uses to search in your title.. I would brainstorm words like this and try to get as many good popular words and phrases that people would search on cigarettes into your title..
6. Do you show anyone who has bookmarked the auction in your "My eBay"? Usually, if its a good auction, you will get some bookmarks near the end.. you know
what I am talking about, right?
Manuel Martin Gnew <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Tony, I'm Manuel (Platinium-ebooks)
I would like to know your opinion about my new ebook, I follow your steps, would you change something?
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.