Research before listing items
Before you start listing anything, it’s a good idea that you do a bit of research on the item so that you know how much to charge for it and how any competitors are marketing it. This will allow you to list it at a more competitive price or present it in a more desirable way.
Be honest about the item
If the item has any defects or isn’t in the best condition, be upfront about it in the description. Show them in the photos, too, so that potential buyers can decide whether they still want it or not. This will help you get more positive feedback and gain trust from new customers.
eBay allows sellers to bundle their offerings, which is great if you’re trying to sell a bunch of similar things. This will help you boost sales and make more money.
Try to provide as much detail as you can when creating your descriptions. If that item has an interesting story or background, let your customers know, which might entice them to purchase it.
Send it out with pride
Really go out of your way to send out purchased items as nicely as possible. Wrap them up with tissue paper and include a Thank You note for the purchase. The seller will appreciate the extra gesture and will be more willing to come back and purchase from you again.
Customize your page
Really go all out when customizing your seller’s page so that it stands out to buyers. Add your store’s brand, logo, colors and anything else that makes your storefront unique.