Powerselling Without Ebay

There are many online sellers, perhaps you are one of them, who started their careers at Ebay. Some of you still earn a huge part of your living at Ebay. I am writing this to tell you that if you are depending upon Ebay as a primary channel of income then you are building your business upon shifting sands.

Too many powersellers on Ebay have found themselves suspended without cause or even explanation. Too many have had their businesses crippled by restriction placed upon them by a company that they believed that they worked with instead of worked for. Perhaps you have experienced this first hand or know someone who has. In any case you are reading this because you wish to know if there is another way to do business online.

There are dozens of other online marketplaces. New ones appear each day. Part of this site is dedicated to building your own website for that very reason. Ebay was once a home for many of us. We found out over time that we were not involved in a partnership that favored both sides, but were pieces of a machine that could be discarded and replaced over and over again.

The lesson that I wish to teach is that Ebay is just a part of the internet. A big part, but a part that can be replaced. You can follow a few steps that I have taken myself to gain online independence. You can go out and establish your online presence as a number of other online marketplaces to make up for the traffic that Ebay offers.  You can power sell without ebay. You can earn thousands each month without Ebay.


eBid. Online Auctions with no listing fees.

I have mapped out my system on how to do this in an easy to follow ebook. Freedom from Ebay suspension and ebay restrictions is just a click or two away.

Above is an image of the cover of my book. Click on it to be directed to the book. The first few chapters are free to read. I am of course hopeful that some of you will decided to buy it, but there is information to be found there even if you do not.

Good luck with finding greater online independence. Good luck with your businesses and have a nice day.

Online auctions were taking place even before the release of the first web browser for personal computers, NCSA Mosaic. Instead of users selling items through the Web they were instead trading through text-based newsgroups and email discussion lists. However, the first Web-based commercial activity regarding online auctions that made significant sales began in May 1995 with the company Onsale.”‘:”

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