By V. Raposo
In this article we look at the benefits of having an eBay
Store. Selling on eBay does not require you to have an eBay
Store, but it sure does make things a lot easier.
There are 3 store subscriptions you can sign up for with eBay
Basic (15.95/month), Featured (49.95/month), & Anchor
Now most people starting out will of course go for the Basic
store and not the Anchor. You would need to make huge profits
to go for the Anchor store. Weíll talk more about the Basic,
and Featured Stores here.
If you have a Basic Store you may want to consider upgrading
a Featured Store. Things have been changing with eBay stores
some of things Iím most thrilled with is the $30/month
of eBay Keywords.
Yes, thatís $30/month each and every month worth of free eBay
Keywords. With eBay Keywords you will drive more traffic to
your listings by putting your ad at the top of the page for
keywords you choose. This also separates your store from other
listings. This can significantly increase your store sales.
With a Featured Store you get double the web pages! Which only
increases your presence on eBay. You can also reduce the size
of the eBay header on your pages giving you a page thatís more
focused on your business. This helps build your own brand on
eBay, and you can match it to your website.
With a Featured Store you get advanced monthly reports and
traffic stats you can access anytime. I just love looking
through my reports to see all the in-depth info that the
reports give me. The Path Analysis allows you to see how
visitors move around in your store. This is so important as
develop your business.
Owning an eBay store will not only bring you more sales, but
itíll cost you less by using it in the long run. These are
some of the many advantages of owning an eBay store. Once you
own one, youíll wonder why you didnít go for it sooner.
About The Author: Vera Raposo has been making a living with
online auctions since 1997. With thousands of completed
auctions under her belt, Vera is now sharing some of her best
auction strategies in a free 90-minute interview at