How to make your first sale on eBay – Joseph Henry
How to make your first sales on eBay with no previous experience, investment or any e-commerce skills
eBay is one of the top places to start your eCommerce journey: whether you are looking to build an eCommerce empire or earn some extra income for those treats in life.
This course will help you:
- Learn why you should be selling on eBay.
- Learn how to open your eBay account and name it correctly for success.
- Learn how to create a listing that will sell your item for a profit.
- Learn how to write listing headlines that will help sell your items
- Create a listing that is attractive to both sellers and the eBay algorithm.
- Learn how to post and ship your items.
Ultimately the course will give you the confidence to get started selling on eBay today, and make a success of it.
Who is this course for?
- This is course is for anyone who wants to start a successful eBay store.
- You could be a mum looking for a way to make a flexible income.
- You could be a student who is looking to make extra income.
- You could be a father who wants to make an income so you can work from home.
- You could just want to declutter your home and make a few pounds at the same time.
- This course is here to help you learn and succeed.
What you’ll learn in How to make your first sale on eBay
- How to make your first $100/£100 on eBay
- Reasons to sell on eBay
- How to set up an eBay account for success
- How to create a killer lisiting that will attract sales
- How to ship your sales for customer satisfaction
- Why sell on eBay & what you need to get started
- How to open a eBay account
- How to create a successful listing
- How to pack and ship your eBay sales
About Joseph Henry
Joseph is a published author, business school graduate, Entrepreneur and now Udemy educator. Joseph Henry founded his own recruitment business 8 years ago and now is teaching courses across business, recruitment, ecommerce and other topics exclusively on Udemy. Joseph loved home working before it was trendy. Joseph is an avoid reader across business, economic, politics, history and current affairs. His perfect job would be collector of books. However, he has been told that he has too many books!