Archive for the 'Other auction sites' Category

UK sellers only: you can now send larger parcels using Royal Mail’s small parcel product

On 30th March 2013, Royal Mail introduced a new pricing structure for sending parcels.  I wrote a post about it on 15th March. There are three different parcel sizes; small, medium and large.  The size of small parcels from 30th March were 8cm x 35cm x 45cm or 16cm x 16cm x 16xm, both with […]

Beating Royal Mail’s Medium and Large Parcel prices

This post only applies to readers in the UK. In my last post, I wrote about Royal Mail’s new pricing structure which came into affect on 2nd April.  It was quite alarming to online sellers that some of their postage services were increasing from £2.20 to £5.30 for probably the most common size packages we […]

Why you need to sell any bulky items before 30th March.

This post only applies to my readers in the UK. Royal Mail announced last week a new price structure and changes to their products coming into effect on 2nd April. When I first read the announcement on my mobile device whilst traveling to Heathrow last Tuesday, I have to say it did not get my […]

Selling and posting products internationally

This is probably one of the most important posts so far on my blog. I am a big believer of making your products available to customers overseas, but I know a lot of people are put of by this, for reasons I don’t know.  I can only think of the postage costs, but as long […]

Product sourcing ideas for your online auction business part 4 – online retailers

This method is kind of similar to that described in the previous post, but you use online retailers, preferably when they have a sale on, but in theory, you could use this method any time, which is why I personally like it so much.  Again, as before, it is a method I use personally so […]

Product sourcing ideas for your online auction business part 3 – sales on the high street

Happy new year, and may 2010 and the whole decade be a successful and prosperous one for you. This takes me nicely to the next series of posts in this series of ‘product sourcing ideas for your online auction business’. The title of this post speaks for itself.  Getting your products from high street shop […]

Product sourcing ideas for your online auction business part 2 – Around your home

Hello, Welcome to the first post about product sourcing for your online auction business.   Remember, I am going to write about my own personal experiences and tell you and show you what I do.  This way you know that you are getting information from a real eBay powerseller, as it is the same methods I have used.  […]

Product sourcing ideas for your online auction business

Hello, Welcome to the first of a series of posts that I am going to write which will help you get starting selling on online auction sites such as eBay and for those already selling, learn strategies you probably are not using.  I do not know yet how many posts this seres will be, but […]

What does eBay have instore for the sellers in 2009?

Although nothing has publicly been announced, (not that I know of anyway), I wouldn’t at all be surprised if eBay put more changes on it’s sellers in 2009. Anyone who has been selling on eBay for the last couple of years, will know we have had to put up with a lot of changes recently.  […]

Other options for selling your digital products

Hello everyone, I thought that it’s about time I gave you an update on what I have found so far from my research about other methods just in case you had thought I had given up.  Firstly let me assure you, I most definately have not given up. If you were a digital item seller […]