1.What is eBay Picture Pack Fees?
Picture Pack is a discounted picture package that helps give your item maximum exposure. For a single fee Picture Pack lets you:
Add up to 12 pictures.
Supersize all your pictures (up to 800w x 800h pixels–800 pixels on the longest side).
Use theZoom feature on the listing page.
Picture Pack restrictions and tips:
Picture Pack is exclusively for listings using eBay picture hosting.
The recommended size for uploaded pictures is 1000 pixels or more on the longest side
Your larger pictures appear in a separate window that buyers can open from the top of the listing page.
Note:Compressing your pictures with your own software before supersizing your picture for is not recommended.
So the picture pack fee is charged for exposing your items.
2.What is Pawn Stars or Shop Inventory?
Pawn Stars Shop is the shop selling vintage and old things.
3.How to Post items to Get Needed Money on eBay?
1、Use lots of really good pictures
Quality: They use really good pictures – not blurry and not old-looking. They don’t have to be perfect, but should show NOT ONLY the item BUT ALSO that the item lives in a nice environment. I don’t care how much of a deal it is – I’m not buying a designer sweater that’s being photographed in a coal plant.
Quantity: They use lots of pictures. If you’re buying something from an unknown eBay seller, your confidence goes up with the number of real photos of the item in question. One reader told us her secret was “LOTS of pictures. Use an outside app to manage listings (I use Garage Sale) and to upload photos to your own server so you don’t have to pay eBay’s prices for extra photos.”
2、Write complete descriptions and think about potential buyers
Completeness: Fill out all the fields in your listing, and make sure your textual description gives a LOT of information about the item. It’s just stupid not to, and yet SO many sellers don’t do this. Laziness I guess? Whatever the reason, don’t be like them.Think like your buyer – if I’m dropping $200 for a rare book on eBay, I want to know EVERY detail about it. I don’t care how mundane or even repetitive it is, I want every reason to have faith that my $200 will be well spent.
Search optimization: Use targeted keywords in your item title AND description. You don’t have to be a tech wizard for this. It’s as simple as asking yourself, what would a potential buyer for this item type into the search box? The more closely your description matches that search query, the more visible your products will be. If it’s a brand name thing, then people will probably be typing in the brand, not just the name of the item itself, so make sure to include the brand –eg. [pottery barn queen duvet] versus [queen duvet]. One reader told us “Don’t misspell brand names” – who’s searching for Calfin Kline, anyway? Yeah, it’s obvious. But people still get it wrong.
3、Do your research
Is there a market for your item? Taking 5 minutes to Google your item and learn its true market value – on eBay AND on a bunch of other e-commerce sites – helps you to sell it more competitively because you’ll find out whether or not there’s a market for your item, you’ll see the right price, and you’ll figure out the right search keywords to write into your listing.
4、Time your listing right and avoid reserve prices
One reader gave us a good tip for timing your listing: “Use the 10 day listing starting on a Thursday, that gives you two full weekends of eyeballs. Weekends typically have the highest traffic.”
This same seller told us even more about reserve pricing: “99.999% of the time I never use a reserve price. My goal is to make as much money as I can, so I reduce the amount of upfront money I have to pay. I also do this by using a low starting price of $0.99. This keeps me competitive with everyone. I would rather get little for it than have it sit on my shelf and have it COSTING me money.”
5、Choose what to sell carefully
The survey respondent who made the most money off of eBay ($50k+ in the past 12 months) gave us an interesting tip on what to sell: “Find a niche market, and go deep (do you have a hobby – if so, can you sell supplies for it? If selling hobby supplies, make sure your customer has purchased everything necessary for a successful project (i.e. provide fantastic customer svc/support. Selling “irregulars/seconds” can be lucrative.”
This was also one of the key takeaways from my interview with eBay’s Jim Griffith. Keep reading for more on this point.