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How to Make Money on eBay - Beginner's Guide - How to Make Money on eBay #1

Jill b.

Publisher: Jill b.

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Summary

This book is for eBay NOVICES. 
If you have eBay selling experience, this book may not be for you. Consider buying Books 2 and 3 in my Make Money on eBay series. 
 
Are you looking to make some money on eBay?  
Start your work-from-home business with as little as $0 money down! 
Written by a long-term seller, pioneering eBay Powerseller and Top-Rated seller. 
 
This book is based in reality. It will not cater to lofty dreams or of building castles in the air. 
 
This basic guide takes the eBay novice by the hand with step-by-step instructions on how to set up your (US) eBay and Paypal accounts. 
 
How to set up your titles and descriptions. 
Tips to stay organized. 
Customer service tips. 
Shipping tips.
Available since: 11/10/2014.

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