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Unread 10-03-2012, 02:49 PM   #6
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I have sold SU items on Ebay and had good luck with them...also have been a buyer and had mostly all good luck (just a few items were not as described). I agree with looking up the CLOSED auctions to see what items actually sold for; some people are crazy with their asking prices. Something that seems to also work well is to include a picture of something made with the item you are selling. It will inspire someone to bid on something they might not be searching for. Also, if you have a stamp set with a matching punch, try to list them together first. If no one bids, then separate them if you are going to relist. In my experience, I have found that lots of items sell better in sets than alone. My biggest pet peeve is people that put "Not Stampin' Up" in the auction! Sometimes I do a search for JUST SU items and it drives me nuts when that comes up in the description! So....yeah....please don't do that
Ask yourself, "When Iím on my deathbed, will I be glad I was so serious about _______?" Let down your hair and stop being so darn important for a while.
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