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Revealing the Top Selling Items on eBay 2020

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Last year we researched eBay’s marketplace to uncover the Top Selling Items on eBay 2019 and their respective categories. We’ve also shared insights about sell through rates, average prices, break down by country and item condition. This post has quickly become our most popular on the CrazyLister blog, providing sellers with actionable insights to decide what to sell on eBay. Today, we’re updating that post and giving you “Top Selling Items on eBay 2020” where we…
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Dropshipping Secrets Revealed: How We Grew a Dropshipping Business to $4.5 Million

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I sold my first item on eBay in 2008, it was a $70 hair-straightener which was drop shipped to my first ever customer from a Chinese supplier. Since that first sale, my business partner, Max and I, continued on an eventful journey of taking a dropshipping business from zero to over $4.5 million in annual sales. We’ve spilled a lot of blood, sweat and tears learning everything the hard way, from getting our eBay and…
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Learn How This eBay Description Template Generates $34,000 / Day

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(Post Updated on November 2017) This eBay description template generates 50 sales a day. What’s more impressive about it is that it’s for a $680 massage chair! That’s a $34,000 revenue from a single listing – per day! Update: The seller offers occasional discounts so the price varies. In this post, I’m going to “reverse engineer” this eBay description template, so that you can implement the secret sauce on your eBay listings and boost your own sales. (more…)
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The Perfect eBay Listing: How We Increased Our Sales by 220%

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Our story starts out a few years ago when I was shopping around eBay for a GPS device. I ended up making a questionable purchase from an anonymous seller in China. The listing for the item had a formidable wall of text, mixed media font styles and colors, and even a smattering of kitschy pictures completely unrelated to the product being sold.

What was this disorganized mayhem?

It was not the item or the seller, but the listing itself that triggered my bias against purchasing this product. The phrase, “you get what you pay for,” ran through my head more than once. However, I bit the bullet and made the purchase because hey, it was cheap.

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