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ebay optimization

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by asdex, Mar 25, 2013.

  1. asdex

    asdex Newbie

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    hi,

    I'm a powerseller on eBay for more than 2 years and I always had been listed on the first page until about some weeks ago where my offer started dropping slowly. Now nearly all of my offers are not even within the first 3 pages anymore and due to this my business became very slow.
    I already tried to buy my own offers by another account for 1 euro each but this had an opposite effect and my offers had been ranked even worse after that.
    No matter what I've tried I had not been able to come close to the first page anymore.
    I would therefore search for some experts help.
    My offer should get back to a steady position on the first page.
    All methods that will lead to this goal are welcome. Also would be willing to pay for this.

    Any help appreciated
     
  2. ytr191

    ytr191 Regular Member

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    My suggestions.

    1. Sell 1 cent ebooks to get sales up
    2. Sell things at a loss to get sales up
    3. Sell on Amazon.
     
  3. XHBTR

    XHBTR BANNED BANNED

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    wow.....

    1. sure method to get a MC999
    2. great biz model. you'll get rich.
    3. from bad to worse
     
  4. unclemike

    unclemike BANNED BANNED

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    Anytime you give advice ask yourself if you use this advice?
     
  5. asdex

    asdex Newbie

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    does somebody maybe has an answer that helps? Again I would be willing to pay for this service. If you're not sure but have some ideas how to achieve results we could just try and if it works I would be willing to give the one that helped me a good amount of money.
     
  6. ytr191

    ytr191 Regular Member

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    Sent you a Pm.
     
  7. asdex

    asdex Newbie

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    noone else has an advice??
     
  8. Laser42

    Laser42 Junior Member

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    I am wondering this same exact thing.
     
  9. TheSavior

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    Yeah. Thanks for the thread I was wondering too.
     
  10. asdex

    asdex Newbie

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    I would make the following offer: Anybody who has some knowledge about this and for exmaple is able to build ebay accounts and do purchases with various IPs could try to work on my offer and get it in front within "best match" and a specific keyword I will give you. If you should be successfull with this and you find a way to trick the "best-match" listing I will pay you a good amount of money (we can also do a contract about this success based payment or use some escrow service if you don't trust me)
    What however will be much more valuable will be the insight into the best-match algorithm. The value of finding a method of optimizing offers for best-match display in ebay is tremendous in my opion. I alone could give you a lot of follow up orders from friends who have similiar problems and there is a endless amount of people who are also willing to pay for this.
    ebay optimization therefore is a huge chance and has the potential to become a full time job which you can make a living from.
    If you find a method to do this I'm pretty sure that I could give you regular orders for similiar jobs in the future.