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  1. eBay PowerSellers Jump on Google Base
    But whether they'll score or not as a result remains anyone's guess. You know already that Google Base (base.google.com) is Google's new database, where you can upload just about any kind of information you would like - for free. The default categories you can specify include recipes, wanted ads, reviews, and products.
    Published: 2005/12/06
  2. PowerSellers Ready to Jump Aboard the eBay Express
    Sellers naturally focus on the fee increases eBay mentions when it announces its earnings each January. But something else caught the attention of some of eBay’s biggest sellers this past January. The company announced a new service they feel has the potential to be eBay’s most important change since Paypal.
    Published: 2006/02/08
  3. eBay Inventory Strategies: Consult Researchers for Hire
    What should you sell on eBay? Sometimes research can go a long way in answering this question. Debra and Brad Schepp, authors of "eBay Powerseller Secrets," explain how Information Brokers can help online-auction sellers find new sources of inventory.
    Published: 2004/11/07
  4. Tracking Down Stuff to Sell on eBay? Look to Librarians for Help
    How do you find sources of products to sell on eBay or other auction sites? Debra and Brad Schepp, authors of "eBay Powerseller Secrets," explain how librarians can help in this second part of a three-part series.
    Published: 2004/12/05
  5. eBay PowerSellers: America's New Celebrity
    While most eBay sellers toil in relative obscurity, the media is increasingly turning its attention to eBay PowerSellers. Brad and Debra Schepp take a look at this trend and reveal how one PowerSeller couple enjoyed their time in the spotlight.
    Published: 2005/04/17
  6. Preparing Your eBay Business for a Crisis
    What would you do to keep your business running in the event of an emergency? Disasters happen - from weather catastrophe to family illness or death - and you need to have a plan in place to help you protect the business you've worked so hard to build. Brad and Debra Schepp tackle this difficult topic in a two-part series. Today, they discuss some strategies for coping with physical emergencies.
    Published: 2007/01/07
  7. Preparing Your eBay Business for a Crisis, Part 2
    What would you do to keep your business running in the event of an emergency? Disasters happen - from weather catastrophe to family illness or death - and you need to have a plan in place to help you protect the business you've worked so hard to build. Brad and Debra Schepp tackle this difficult topic in a two-part series. Today, they discuss some strategies for coping with personal emergencies.
    Published: 2007/01/21
  8. eBay Still Opening Doors for PowerSellers
    eBay isn't all success stories for sellers these days. Brad and Debra Schepp take a frank look at the state of online-auction selling and report back: it's tougher than it used to be, but there are still opportunities for eBay PowerSellers.
    Published: 2007/11/18
  9. eBay Express Progress Report: Still at the Station?
    We admit it. Back in January we jumped aboard the newly announced eBay Express (EE) train along with many of eBay's top sellers, convinced that eBay was really on to something. EE would fill the gap in eBay's business expertly, we reasoned, in that it would provide the marketplace exactly what was missing from the eBay shopping experience. EE would provide a place to buy new items, right away, from trusted eBay sellers. Buyers would be able to buy from multiple sellers, loading up their purchases into a shopping cart, just as they could do on many other ecommerce sites.
    Published: 2006/11/01
  10. eBay Express Progress Report, Part 2: eBay Speaks
    In the second of our two-part status report on eBay Express (EE), we give eBay a chance to respond to some of the sentiments raised in Part 1, and bring AuctionBytes readers up-to-date on eBay's current and near-term plans for EE. Lara Bridges, director, eBay Express, responded to our questions on behalf of eBay.
    Published: 2006/11/02
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