Discover 101 Ebay Tips and Tricks To Increase Your Profits
eBay and Dropshipping
If you hope to own an eBay business, and make a full time living at it, you can easily make that
dream come true even if you don’t have a product of your own to sell. eBay provides many
people who want to quit their corporate nine-to-five jobs with a way to make a good living,
without having to put up a lot of start up capital. This is made possible with the help of drop
shippers. Drop shippers send merchandise to the customers of business owners. If you have
an eBay business, you are a business owner. This will allow you to offer a wide variety of stock
in your eBay store, without having the need to warehouseall of those products!
All you have to do is set up your auction, and sell the product. You then pass the customer’s
information on to the drop shipping company. The drop shipper does the rest, and they will
even use your company information, as well as your company logo if you have provided it to
them. When the product arrives at your customer’s home, they will have no ideathat your
company didn’t send it. The drop shipper will package, label, and ship the products that you
sell, allowing you more time to set up even more auctions, for greater profits.
You must establish a relationship with several drop shipping companies in order to become
successful. In the beginning, most companies will require you to pay for the items that your
customers order before they are shipped. You need to fill orders in a timely manner, so you
should pay for the items with a credit card for speedy service. Eventually, you will be able to
have the drop shipper fill your orders, and then bill you for them later.
When you set up your eBay auctions, make sure that your reserve price is set higher than the
price that the drop shipper will be charging you for the item. The idea, of course, is to earn a
profit! Depending on the item you are selling, a markup of about 10% should be about right,
but you should do some research to see if th