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Throughout the following pages I will show you steps to become a savvy eBay
seller that even a complete moron can follow. If you wanted to know how to sell
something (or many „somethings„) on eBay, and never knew where to get
started, now you can learn!
This guide will take you through the entire process of selling on eBay
Step-by-Step. From listing auctions one by one to listing by bulk, you will learn
which shipping carriers to use, how to automate your business and more .
We will quickly explain eBay’s Turbo Lister Tool, and a few other 3rd party
solutions that will create ease for you and your buyers.
This guide assumes that you have a basic understanding of internet
technology, and that you already know how to navigate the internet.
Have you wondered how eBay makes their money? It’s simple. They
charge you a listing fee for every item you list with them. They also charge you
what’s called a „Final Value Fee„ (FVF as they refer to it). The FVF has
fluctuated over the years, but as of now, It is about 5% of what the auction’s
highest bidder pays for the auction they win. So for example if your item sells for
$100, then eBay would bill you $5.35. This is assuming you listed a standard
auction without any enhancement options and the listing fee is $0.35. It is
generally advised to pay your auction fees within 15 days, as eBay is pretty
lenient, but if you push it past the 30 day mark, they can and will disable your