eBay Selling in Entrepreneur Magazine

The cover story for the June issue of Entrepreneur Magazine is called “Sell it!”, and includes 17 ways to supercharge the sales of any business. “How to Sell on eBay” is #4 on this list. I co-authored this article, and wanted to share it with all of you.

Corey Kossack is one of eBay’s “Top Sellers” through his eBay store, Koss DVD He is also author of eBay Millionaire or Bust and creator of ProfitBuilderSoftware.com, an online software tool designed to reduce eBay fees and maximize profits for eBay sellers.

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