Fifty Shades of eBay
By Skip McGrath
My wife took care of most of the shopping this year for the rest of our family. A few nights before Christmas while having dinner she was filling me in on what she bought everyone. My daughter-in-law happens to be a vegetarian and my wife found a cookbook entitled 50 shades of Kale. We chuckled over the title, and then from out of nowhere, I blurted out, "Maybe I should write a book called 50 Shades of eBay."
The title is tongue-in-cheek, but the content is solid. Basically, 50 Shades of eBay is a collection of 50 tips to help you dominate your competition. I am only charging $2.99 for it and like everything I sell it comes with my standard 90-Day money back guarantee.
My regular readers will recognize some of the tips from my 77 Tips for eBay Sellers, but when I used any of those I updated them and there are plenty of new tips and techniques. Those include hints about increasing your conversions for those shoppers using mobile devices.
The cost is $2.99. You can pay with PayPal or any major credit card and it
comes with my no-risk, no questions asked, 90-Day, Money back guarantee.
90-Day No Risk Guarantee
Remember there is no risk. I have transferred all the risk to myself. You have a full 90-days to decide. If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, just contact me and I will refund your full purchase price.
Disclaimer: New FTC regulations
require that when I talk about money made selling products with this system that
I have to state what the “average” person made doing this. Well, as you
can imagine I have no way of knowing that, so to comply with the law I have to
state here that the average person made less than one penny with this system.
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