The number one action eBay sellers can take to increase sales is to offer international shipping. If you are not shipping internationally, you are leaving money on the table, and not a little bit of money but a lot of money! eBay has 98 million registered users and 49% of them are outside of the USA. These global customers have money to spend on American products and you can be one of the people who sells items to them!
This is a comprehensive multi-media lesson that contains the following:
30 minute MP3 audio lesson explains:
Advantages of international shipping
Flat rate vs calculated shipping
Disclaimers for your listings
19 minute video tutorial explains:
How to set up eBay shipping preferences
How to fill out customs form
How to print labels after a sale
29 page PDF file explains:
10 reasons eBay sellers should offer international shipping
Restricted items that cannot be shipped internationally
How to set up international shipping costs for eBay buyers
International shipping services and options
Printing international shipping labels after a sale
Packaging materials and restrictions
Country specific restrictions (what can and can't be shipped where)
Suggestions for problematic countries to exclude
When done correctly, international shipping does not cost the seller any extra fees, the buyer pays the shipping fees, there are no additional eBay fees or charges, and the end result is more sales for the seller. Risks are minimized by adding insurance to shipments and excluding countries that are problematic to work with.
This course is designed for sellers who have some experience selling on eBay and wish to offer international shipping. Instant download once Paypal payment is received.
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