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King, post: 100473 wrote:
I have tried ebay – poffered products at very attractive prices.

The results were either people offering a quarter less again (despite my prices being 50% of retail (I don’t feel bad because we are wholesalers and this is end of line stuff) or no interest. Nothing wrong with the products, just the dribs and drabs at the and on the line that has sold well. So ebay has me really confused.

Ebay takes time to learn where you need to post your products, keywords that you need to use and how you phrase the listing. From what I have seen if you have a relatively niche product you can sell it for the same price that you would sell it retail or in your online store. If you are selling really competitive consumer products that are only differentiated by price then it may be difficult.