EBAY AND EVO II
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EVO II SOFTWARE version 5.11
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Careful of the Kill
It’s surprisingly easy to kill your eBay business, if you’re not careful – sure,
you can start over from scratch without it costing you anything, but do you
really want to? Still, if you want your business to end up dead in the water,
here are some simple ways to do it.
Lie about an item: Say it works fine when it sometimes doesn’t work. Say
it’s in perfect condition when it has a scratch. Your customers will hate
Post whenever you feel like it: Make sure to leave your customers hanging
around, wondering when their item is going to turn up. This makes sure
they buy from someone else next time.
Let items end anytime: Few people will be around to care about your
auction if it ends in the middle of the night. Why go to the trouble of
working out whether auctions will end at a good time?
Don’t bother with email: Cust