plunked down my 30 cents for the listing and seven days
later I sold the ebook for $12.50. A very nice return
on investment I'm sure you'll agree.
of course I don't always make that much with my auctions.
Sometimes I make less, but sometimes I make much more.
you're thinking "That's great Louis, but $12.50 a
week is hardly worth writing home about".
it's not a huge amount ... that's certainly true.
start listing ten of those items a week, and we start
getting into more serious money: $125.00 for very part
time effort is a great start.
imagine listing 100 auctions a week...
does $1,250.00 in part-time income... every single week
sound to you?!
To Sell A Nuclear Submarine On eBay ...
though the return on investment when it comes to ebooks
is great, you can sell pretty much anything on eBay.
the tens of millions of visitors eBay receives every single
month ... I'm sure just one of those people will be interested
in whatever you happen to be auctioning.
listen to this true story:
recently auctioned a nuclear submarine on eBay. Yes --
unbelievable but true! eBay did pull the auction since
it was in fact illegal, but before the auction was pulled
the submarine was receiving bids into the six figures!
heard that story from a guy called Jim Wilson. He's a
very experienced eBay seller:
Jim Wilson ...
1999, Jim has been making a great part-time income on
eBay. He certainly doesn't consider himself a 'guru'.
He's just a normal guy, like the rest of us, who just
happens to know exactly how to make money on eBay. Very
good money in fact. Literally
day job is actually as a Firefighter Paramedic. He spends
a couple of days a week selling on eBay... and that's
all it takes for him to make a great second income.
best of all: he's very open about exactly how he runs
his business. He loves teaching others how to make money
on eBay too...
I was lucky enough to speak with Jim for a full 90 minutes
recently, picking his brains about every single aspect
of his eBay business. And I'm making every single word
available to you. Here
is just a taster of what you'll discover: