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77 eBay Tips, Tools and Resources for eBay Sellers and Amazon Offers Drop Ship Service for eBay Sellers

November 22nd, 2008 by Skip McGrath

I have just listed a new free resource on the auction Seller’s Resource website.

I have two items this week I hope you find helpful:

77 eBay selling tips

For the past five years I have had a page on my website called 99 Tips for buying and selling on eBay.  Unfortunately it became way out of date and I wasn’t really getting traffic from buyers. So this past week I replaced that with a new page called 77 Tips, Tools and Resources for The New eBay. I have removed the tips for buyers and replaced and updated most of the selling tips.  This has always been one of the most popular pages on my website so I hope all of my readers will take advantage of it.

The information is completely free. It is an advertising supported product, so I hope you will take a look at some of the advertisers when you visit that page.  If you want to print it out, scroll to the bottom and you will find a link where you can download a PDF file.

Here is the link to the page: http://www.skipmcgrath.com/auction_sr/77-tips-tools-selling-ebay.shtml

Amazon offers a new drop ship service for eBay and Website sellers

Amazon is now offering a new service called Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). The service is available to eBay and small website sellers whether you sell on Amazon or not.  One of the problems with drop shipping is that sellers who buy in bulk can always get better prices than you can from a drop shipper. Amazon has now solved that problem.

The way FBA works is that you purchase your product in bulk, have you supplier ship to Amazon and Amazon puts it in their warehouse for you.  Now you sell the item on eBay or your website and simply enter the order on Amazon’s web portal and they will box up the item and ship it to your customer.  They do charge a fee for this, but you also save on shipping as Amazon gets much lower rates from UPS than you can get because of their huge volume.

Chris Malta has just put together an excellent short video that explains the program and how it works. Click Here to watch the video.

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