For Seniors: The Essentials of Using eBay
If you’re new to eBay, you need reliable information about the essentials of eBay. In addition to registering, buying, and selling items on eBay, you can discover For Seniors: How auctions work, For Seniors: How to use keywords to find an item, For Seniors: How to decipher seller listings, For Seniors: How to ship your sold item, and more.
A site the size of eBay can be overwhelming, but you can search with keywords to find what you want on eBay. Keywords are usually nouns (plus some adjectives) that you would use to describe your item. [more…]
When you shop on eBay, you’re going to come across some acronyms in item titles. Knowing what these acronyms stand for ahead of time (so you don’t have to click every item) will help you quickly figure [more…]
You need to carefully review the seller and item info on eBay. On the right side of an eBay listing page, you see two stacked boxes. The top box is the Seller [more…]
Whether you win an eBay auction or are simply buying an item outright, your next task is to pay for the item. eBay’s Checkout is a convenient way to pay for your completed auctions, fixed-price sales, [more…]
Shipping the item you sold on eBay can be the most time-consuming task for many eBay sellers, but it needn’t be. It’s your job as the seller to see that the item gets to the buyer in one piece. [more…]
eBay is more than just a Web site for buying and selling stuff. eBay is about people connecting with people. And a key (and free!) way to make eBay your online home is to create an About Me page. [more…]