Well, I now have an eBay Radio Party and Conference under my belt. This year it took place in the inferno that is Las Vegas in June (110 degrees every day—no joke). But it was worth it. Hundreds of us chilled in the Platinum Ballroom at Bally’s, soaking up three days of actionable advice for improving our eBay selling game.
The breakout star of the event was social selling. In fact, the entire first day was dedicated to using Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram to sell more—and sell more efficiently. We heard from eBay selling experts like Marsha Collier, Stephanie Inge, Kat Simpson, and John Lawson, as well as legal eagle Cliff Ennico, and Pinterest’s Joel Meek.
The other two days were packed with tips on sourcing from The Queen of Auctions, Lynn Dralle, and the stars of Thrifting with the Boys, Bryan and Jason. We also heard from eBay education specialist Katherine Terrill on merchandising like a big time retailer, and the founder of powersellingmom.com, Danna Crawford, on something we all probably need to work on: Time management.
It was an intense three days, and while I could easily rattle off more than a hundred things that I took away from the event, I’ve pared it down to fifty tidbits:
Listing, Selling, and Promotions
Marketing and Merchandising
We’re you at the party this year (or the year before)? List some of your favorite tidbits in the comments below.
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