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How does an eBay store work?

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25 Aug 09 04:57:12 pm

does anyone here have an ebay store? how does that work? are we limited to the amount of items listed in their 'open a store' site, or is that just a gauge?

how different is that from just posting 10 items without the store?

thanks for your input!

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26 Aug 09 12:05:11 am
Hi kinarc,

Although I do not have an eBay store at the moment, I'll try to give you a quick run down of the said benefits of having one.

eBay Stores are a special part of eBay where individual sellers can display all of the items they have for sale and tell more about their business through their own customized pages. Most eBay Stores include Store Inventory items - additional fixed price (Buy It Now) items not available in regular search results and categories on eBay. It is the best way to help dedicated sellers maximize their business on eBay and the Internet. You'll get powerful and easy-to-use tools that enable you to build your own brand and encourage buyers to buy more.

According to eBay, '75% of eBay Stores sellers surveyed said that opening an eBay Store increased their sales '

To learn more about the benefits that come with an eBay store please visit this link:

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But if you are a beginner, it would be best to try and post a few items first to get a feel of how things should be.

Hope this help :)

And to our members with eBay stores please share your experiences and expertise, its needed here. Thanks :)


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