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eBay help and question?!?
I have over 800 records and want to sell the ones I won't listen to off eBay. No one is bidding on my items even though they are cheaper then other ones I have seen go. I am new to eBay how can I get people to start buying my records. As well if you know what records are in high demand that would be very helpful.
As well how can you tell how many people have viewed your items? I can't find that anywhere.
My items I have up so far are:
Please Take look and tell me if I'm missing anything in the descriptions or if you want anything please bid or tell me what you are interested in and I will place it cheaper.
What are some techniques you use to make sure you sell your item?
I looked at one at random, (Rod Stewart), and saw several problems.
Problem #1. No feedback.
Problem #2. No shipping given.
Problem #3. No song listing.
Since you are listing very low dollar items the feedback shouldn't hurt you too much. People generally want to bid on sellers with some experience at least.
The second problem is more serious. Even if I really wanted that album I wouldn't bid without knowing how much the shipping would cost me.
The third problem is a poor description. You don't even list the songs on the albums. Don't assume everyone knows what they are. I don't. What exactly does VG++ and VG actually mean? Is it one step below brand new? Two or three steps below brand new? Are there any scratches present? Any markings or stains on the covers? You have to be very specific if you don't want someone demanding their money back. I assume you have listed your other albums the same way.
Look in 'my eBay' to see how many people have looked at your items. Chances are half of them are you. eBay's counters often count you each time you look at your listing.