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Achieving Top Rated Seller Status?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by chienb, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. chienb

    chienb Newbie

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    Hi All,

    Was wondering, what is the fastest way to achieve TRS status while still getting profit?

    It's hard getting you listings seen nowadays with the search page being dominated by Top Rated Sellers.

    Thanks!
     
  2. eBayer.

    eBayer. Junior Member

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    Go on an auction-spree with a good product.
    You should hit your $3,000 or 100 sold limit with 98% postive feedbacks, therefore, you must provide an excellent PRODUCT with the standard PACKAGING at the right PRICE.

    It's important to promote your product properly, usually we obtain the product at a very good cost price but just completely fail to market it properly.

    There are 4-5 P's of marketing ( Product, packaging, price, place and promotion )

    All P's should integrate well with each other, if anyone is missing or not working properly sooner or later you are asking for trouble. Put your customer first, make them feel they have got the perfect product and excellent customer service, It's not like you always have to have the cheapest product to make a profit.
     
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  3. eBayer.

    eBayer. Junior Member

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    You could probably just break-even by selling enough products to hit the TSR requiremenets and then later as your sales results improves increase the prices. You have to have an excellent feedback history and also the ' Item SOLD ' always make it a point to feed your listing with quantity and not let it die.

    You will quickly jump up blocks in search if you are doing well with the product sales volume.