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What's eBay To You?
Why Use eBay?
eBay Rules
eBay Niche Research
Creating Your About Me Page
Getting Visitors To Your About Me Page
Using Your About Me Page As A Report
Writing eBay Reviews And Guides
Effective Copywriting
Cheap eBooks On eBay
What eBooks Should I Be Selling?
Where To Get eBooks From?
How To Send Products To Your Customers Automatically
Giving Bonuses And Freebies
How To Use eBay To Build Your List
What About Physical Products?
How To Get That First Sale
What Price Should I Sell At?
How To Overcome High Selling Fees?
Selling Price Strategies
Getting More Exposure From eBay
How To Sell When There's Lots Of Competition?
Testing What Works (Part 1)
Testing What Works (Part 2)
Testing What Works (Part 3)
Conclusion

Ebay Niche Research

Okay, so we’ve established that in order to experience real and lasting success with your online business, you need to build a niche email list that you can promote your products to on a regular basis. If this is done correctly you can pretty much guarantee a good monetary return from every single email you send out to your list. Some internet marketers claim they expect a return of several thousand dollars every single time they recommend a product or send out an offer to one of their targeted email lists. Just think - you could soon be building a similar list for yourself. It takes time, but the destination is well worth the wait.

Your internet business will determine what your niche should be, although you might need to narrow the focus slightly in order to generate plenty of sign ups to your email list. For example, if you sell eBooks on how to make money from home then your niche will be slanted towards people who want to do this themselves.

But if you sell computer software, the focus is not so easy. You might sell software to help people with their bookkeeping and tax affairs, in which case your email list might be slanted towards home business people (you could also source more products that would appeal to this market). If you sell mainly children’s computer games then you’ll want to appeal to parents, so this could be a good niche to aim at.

It’s all a matter of focus, and once you get your first email list established there’s nothing to stop you starting another one to really maximise your business profits. For starters it’s best to concentrate on building just the one though.

Always take a good look at your product range and consider what niches you could appeal to before making a firm decision on which one to target. You can then have a look on eBay and see which of these possibilities produces the best sales overall.

One final point before we move on – make sure that you have a real interest in whatever niche you pick, because then you’ll be able to write your auction listings with real enthusiasm. People can tell when you genuinely have an interest in your subject because it comes across in your writing – whether it’s on the page or on a computer screen.

You’ll also find it much easier to build that email list and generate massive amounts of traffic to your website if you establish yourself as an enthusiastic expert on your chosen niche. People will be drawn to you and your name will start to become known for all the right reasons.

So… if you’ve decided on your niche and you’re ready to earn some serious cash with the help of eBay, it’s time to explore the huge possibilities that await you.


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