I talk with a lot of eBay sellers on a day to day basis, and one of the top questions that I get asked is - how do I make money on eBay? You see, eBay is SOOOOOO simple - you buy low, then you sell it high, and you take whatever is the difference as profit - HOW DOES IT GET ANY EASIER THAN THAT? So without further ado, I'm going to give you the top 3 reasons why people don't make money on eBay. 1. They sell high risk items Sure, high risk items will give you the most profit, but chances are you'll only be able to sell a couple of them before your eBay account gets banned (if you're even able to sell any at all). Selling a couple high risk items and then getting your account banned isn't a business model, and it won't make you any consistent income. So stop trying to sell that rolex, hermes bag, or whatever it is that you're pushing for like $2-5 thousand dollars, and stick to real items that work. 2. They want fast money While I don't believe in "get rich overnight", I do believe it is entirely possible to "get rich" if you know what you're doing, work hard, and implement. One of the biggest mistakes that I see new sellers do when they come to eBay is that they instantly list about a million items up and then get their accounts banned shortly afterwards. Afterwards, they quit and decide that it's impossible to make money on eBay. Not only is this sabotaging your success, but it's highly de-motivational. I've see it way too many times and I don't want it to happen to you. You need to go slow and steady. 3. They don't have any items to sell The first rule of eCommerce is that you need to have things to sell in order to make money. Some people overanalyze this and go into paralysis; this is bad, and it shouldn't be this hard. Do a quick search on eBay about a category that you're interested in selling in, and go ahead and see what other items the seller is selling. You see, what you're doing is essentially "reverse-engineering" their items. Then do a quick google search with like "wholesale" + item name, and more than likely you'll be able to come up with some items. Even if the item is from China, you should be able to sell it and get good returns if the quality is on par, in fact - about 80% of eBay is flooded with chinese items. No joke...why would I be kidding you? I'm not even that funny. I would like to conclude that making money on eBay isn't hard, in fact - it's one of the easiest ways to make money online. But (and there is a big but) - you need to know how to do it the right way. And if you know how to do that, then your income is limitless! Tim By the way, if you're interested in my webinar, I'll have a signup soon for it, still putting the course together for you guys.