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The Holiday season is in full swing, Black Friday is just around the corner, and you’re ready. You’ve sourced enough inventory, secured seasonal help, optimized your listings, and updated your customer service and returns policies. But, what about your pricing strategy? Do you have a plan to attract buyers with deals and discounts throughout the season?
It all started on Sunday, October 8, when a spark in Northern California quickly evolved into some of the deadliest wildfires in state history. They spread through Napa Valley, consuming whole towns in Sonoma, Mendocino, and Yuba counties; the latest estimate from Cal Fire, the state's firefighting agency, puts the death toll at 42 across the state. An estimated 8,400 buildings have been destroyed; 245,000 acres scorched; and more than 100,000 California residents were forced to evacuate.
This Holiday, we’re celebrating that Holiday hustle.
What’s the Holiday hustle? The Holiday hustle is when you’re running your business while running between all your seasonal commitments. It’s drinking your 6th cup of coffee—before 10am—so you can power through a listing or shipping session. It’s early days and late nights, the sound of popping bubble wrap filling your mind when you try to sleep, and having so many boxes in your house, visitors assume you must be moving.
It’s all the things ...
A windswept country devoid of trees, where the summers are short and the winters are long and dark — Iceland doesn’t exactly sound like a paradise for culinary travelers. And the truth is, the country has never been thought of as a great foodie destination. For centuries, people had to get by with a limited amount of produce, whatever fish they could pull from the sea, and lamb. Lots of lamb.
The shopping experience buyers are looking for has changed significantly from what it was 20 years ago. New technology makes shopping faster, easier, and more convenient.
'Good life' of Wine Country with small-town charm i...
If you’ve been selling on eBay for any amount of time, you probably have a pricing strategy in place. But, if you’ve been using the same strategy since the beginning, it may be time to revisit and optimize your plan, particularly when it comes to pricing.
Private elevators, butler service, secret passages, and more space than most single-family homes—the world’s most over-the-top luxury suites pull out all the stops, with amenities that’ll make your jaw drop. But, they don’t come cheap.
As an eBay seller, there are several places you can turn to learn new skills to grow your business: your fellow sellers on social media and at Meetups around the country, eBay’s Seller Center, seller Facebook groups and YouTube tutorials, and even this blog. But sometimes, you need more than that. Enter, the mentor.
In 2017, back-to-school and back-to-college spending reached a whopping $86.3 billion in the United States, making it the second-largest retail moment of the year. And yet, many sellers don’t prepare as well as they could.
One of the biggest challenges we hear from eBay sellers is how to manage all the stuff that comes along with selling on eBay—particularly for those sellers who work out of their homes and have limited space. Between your inventory, shipping supplies, workstation, and photography setup, it can be hard to keep everything organized for maximum efficiency.
If you feel like your workspace controls you, rather than the other way around, it’s time to get organized.
Once known as La Belle Endormie (Sleeping Beauty), Bordeaux — and the wine region that surrounds it — has fully awoken.