With eBay as our topic of the week, I asked my friends on Twitter to share their resources and eBay success stories. I got several cool responses, so I'll share those with you here.
Julie Anna Schultz has been a full-time powerseller on eBay for 6 years, ultimately bringing her husband home as well with her eBay income supporting a large family of 13. She mainly sells older hard-to-find children's books, as a homeschooling mom of 11 children herself...
Julie Anna's Powerseller Profile:
Julie Anna's Personal story:
Julie Anna's service for aspiring book sellers:
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If you missed the original post in this series, see: How to Make Money on eBay. You'll find the link to our eBay Webinar in that post, as well as a special offer from Lisa Suttora to access all of her eBay training for only one dollar (normally $47). It's a great deal! About Lisa Suttora's website, Jeff Jones said:
My first online business model involved full-time selling on ebay.
It wasn’t until I joined WhatDoISell that I had a legitimate business and made regular income on ebay.
I can’t recommend her coaching and information products more highly. You’ll make the money you spend back in short order. source
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Jenn Cangelosi - aka @Jennwahm on Twitter - replied to say: Not only do I sell on eBay, I teach others to succeed at BoutiqueBargains.com. Jenn's success with eBay started out as a hobby on the side while she was still working at her full-time job in corporate banking. When she lost her job unexpectedly she turned to eBay, and to helping other mom's with eBay, full time.
Jenni Hunt, who is part of Jim Cockrum's expert team, says that she has consistently doubled her profits every year since starting her eBay business in 2003. Jenni specializes in researching trends with selling children's items on eBay, and like many others now teaches others her eBay secrets. See her website at http://www.jennihunt.com
Rebecca Wilcox uses eBay to increase the reach for her local "country general store" in Arkansas. She has owned the business since 1988, and opened the online eBay Store in early 2005. You can see her profile on eBay at http://www.rollingtstores.com or follow her on Twitter @RollingTStores.
And of course, the ultimate eBay success story is Jim Cockrum. If you've ever researched how to make money on eBay, you've no doubt run across his name. You'll find his tips & resources on his blog at: http://www.jimcockrum.com/blog/ (thanks to @ExtremeEzine for sharing the link on Twitter!)
Have an experience of your own with online auctions? Share your eBay success stories in the comments section below!
p.s. You can still get access to Lisa Suttora's eBay training at WhatDoISell.com for only $1 by using this link: http://whatdoisell.com/lynn. This is a special page to bypass the usual $47 sign-up fee 😉