We have all heard the story about multi-millionaire Auction Site sellers, but how did they do it? Anecdotal evidence suggests that 85% or more got in on the ground floor. The real rich sellers got in when the auction site was a fledgling.
Why and how did this happen? It?s simple ? Auction sites treat their early big sellers like gold ? and we know this from experience. We were a super seller on the biggest auction site around, but we couldn?t break into the multi-millionaire category, however in our efforts to discover what it was that made the difference we wined and dine their executives.
It was during these, off the record, conversations that we were told how it was done and how they made millionaires out of hundreds and made multi millionaires out of dozens of their early adopters.
The secret is the in the relationship between the auction site and its ?Star? sellers. So when you join a new Auction site it is important to make a serious effort to distinguish yourself from the other sellers in the crop by being conscientious and considerate of both your clients and the owners of the website.
Of course this is just the beginning; wealth comes through hard work endurance and persistence. The selection of the right Auction website is important and there are only a few new Auction sites with advanced seller programs and you don?t find out about them until after you have proved yourself.
Once you join, spend a few weeks in establishing yourself, listing a good range of the product you have. Be careful not to fall into the trap of overpricing your products. If after a period of time you have not sold much, do not be disheartened, as this is the foot in you are looking for. Write a letter to the admin, telling them of your efforts and your desire to make both them and yourself succeed.
You will be surprised to find that many Auction site owners are ex-big sellers themselves and they will often be willing to pass these secrets onto their trusted sellers.
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