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Constructing Usable Shopping Carts
Clifton Evans
1590594088
Apr 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Creating a usable e-commerce application is a daunting challenge. There is so much to do, from the initial concept, through to designing and coding the application. This leaves a lot of scope for things to go wrong. In this book we take all the hassle out of online shopping applications, by showing you how to plan your application, design the user interface and data store, and code the entire thing.

Book Info
Focuses on the two crucial issues of cart design and security. Examples included. Focused entirely on a single Web development task and designing solutions for it. Softcover. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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eBay PowerSeller Secrets: Insider Tips from eBay's Most Successful Sellers
Debra Schepp
0072258691
October 2004
Paperback
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--AuctionBytes.com
"Full of good advice. [The authors] went out and talked to real PowerSellers, and their book shows it!"

Book Description
Learn from Hundreds of Top eBay Sellers Go beyond the basics and learn the trade secrets that have propelled the savviest entrepreneurs into eBay PowerSellers--those earning $1,000 to $150,000 per month or more through eBay auctions. Sharpen your skills with this healthy blend of time-tested business principles and the advice of real PowerSellers who share with you how they have achieved success. Get valuable advice on finding little-known sources for products, advertising your wares, managing inventory, collecting payments, keeping records, shipping, running an eBay Store, and much more. Plus, learn the keys to keeping your customers so happy they'll...


Not Buying It: My Year without Shopping
Judith Levine
0743269357
February 2006
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
If you've ever contemplated cutting down on your consumerism but couldn't bring yourself to do it, Levine's volume allows you to witness and learn from this drastic experiment without going through the withdrawal yourself. Since giving up shopping entirely is impossible in North America (buying food requires money), the most interesting aspect of Levine's adventure is the process of defining necessity. High-speed Internet access, Q-tips and any soap fancier than Ivory, for example, are all ruled out as luxuries. With chapters divided by month, the book witnesses Levine's journey from enthusiastic experimenter in January to a still game but weary participant by the fall, as favorite luxuries run out and clothes become shabbier. As Levine trades in movies and restaurants for the public library system and dinner...


How to Buy, Sell, & Profit on Ebay: Kick-Start Your Home-Based Business in Just 30 Days
Adam Ginsberg
006076287X
May 2005
Paperback
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From Booklist
The eBay phenomenon may be the greatest opportunity for home-based entrepreneurs ever. With close to zero start-up costs and a worldwide customer base of 150 million people, the little guy can now compete on a level playing field with huge corporations. Although TV infomercials and eBay itself are teeming with hucksters trying to sell advice, wholesale lists, and auction software to help you jump on the eBay bandwagon, 99 percent of it is junk and unnecessary. In October 2001 Ginsberg had a modest business selling high-end pool tables and tried selling one on eBay on a dare. For him, the rest is history. He now runs a million-dollar eBay business and ships pool tables all over the country. This quick read is a pretty straightforward primer on the do's and don'ts of starting your own (serious) eBay business. Since Ginsberg...


The Ebay Millionaire: Titanium PowerSeller Secrets for Building a Big Online Business
Amy Joyner
0471712167
March 2005
Hardcover
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Review
“…Her top lessons, from selecting merchandise to shipping, proves you really can lap up the profits from your living room.” (Voyager, July/Aug 2005)

Book Description
Proven strategies and the latest selling tips from eBay's most elite merchants

With an estimated 200,000 people making a full-time living selling goods on eBay, and millions more earning a part-time income, it's clear that eBay can create some impressive profits for those who know what they're doing. The eBay Millionaire profiles 25 of eBay's elite Titanium Power Sellers-those who move more than $150,000 in goods every month-and reveals the secrets to their success. Author Amy Joyner reveals the fifty top lessons for profitably selling almost anything on eBay, from how to select...


eBay for Dummies
Marsha Collier
0764556541
January 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
eBay is the world's #1 online shopping destination and can be a bit intimidating for first-time users. Thankfully, though, the latest edition of eBay For Dummies addresses all the issues a first-time or inexperienced eBay user will confront. Readers will be up to date in no time on the latest changes in the eBay interface, fee structure, and methods for buying and selling. Readers will quickly be on the path that makes bidding, buying, and selling the fun it should be!

A Reference for the Rest of Us! Author Marsha Collier is a recognized eBay expert, thanks to her bestselling books, appearances as an instructor at eBay University events, and appearances on NBC's Today Show, ABC's The View, and numerous print and radio interviews Topics include: getting a user name, making first bids,...



Starting an Ebay Business for Dummies
Marsha Collier
0764569244
September 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Want to pick up extra cash? Explore opening an eBay store? Unload your dusty disco albums or the collection of antlers in the basement? Hey, those poor, dead deer could lead to a rich, lively career. Whether you want to build an eBay business from scratch or just want to make sure you’re up on eBay’s policy changes and taking advantage of new automation tools, this guide will have you selling successfully on eBay faster than you can say, “going…going…”Starting an eBay Business For Dummies 2nd Edition gets you organized and in virtual business fast with step-by-step guidance on: Setting up basic auctions Pricing items or setting minimums strategically Using the About Me page to begin creating a professional identity Finding sources of merchandise (once you...


eBay the Smart Way
Joseph T. Sinclair
0814472893
March 2005
Paperback
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BookPage
The go-to resource for first-timers and veterans alike. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

San Luis Obispo Tribune December 2003
"well-organized for fast reference..the optimal combination of warnings and marketing strategies." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Ebay Business All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies
Marsha Collier
0764584383
April 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Bestselling author Marsha Collier presents readers with an all-new guide that goes beyond all previous eBay business books, offering one-stop guidance on eBay techniques as well as entrepreneurial fundamentals. She provides in-depth coverage on the most critical eBay topics, including merchandise sourcing, marketing, advertising, and customer service.
The minibooks that make up the guide cover eBay registration, navigation, and buying; getting ready to sell; digital photography and scanning for sales pages; eBay selling and marketing; getting legal and licensed; using auction management software; setting up an office (PCs, Internet, networking, and shipping); and PayPal.
* Marsha Collier's eBay books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies and her Starting an eBay Business For Dummies is currently the...


The Official Ebay Bible
Jim Griff "Griff" Griffith
1592400922
June 2005
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
An object sells on eBay every 1.7 seconds. Someone buys a digital camera on the site every 90 seconds. And according to the company, more than 70,000 Americans make their living by selling on eBay. The site has revolutionized the way small-business owners run their operations, and in this guide, Griffin, who was the company's first customer service representative and is now "Dean of eBay Education," shows an impressive command of the ins and outs of using eBay, particularly how to set up and run a business selling merchandise there. Griffin, who travels around the country extolling eBay's virtues in lectures and seminars, is a relentless cheerleader, citing loads of examples of eBay success stories. While he doesn't address some obvious questions (e.g., how eBay makes money and what its responsibilities to users...


What to Sell on eBay and Where to Get It: The Definitive Guide to Product Sourcing for eBay and Beyond
Chris Malta
0072262788
January 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
Proven strategies for selecting and acquiring the products buyers want most If you are an online seller, this book will help you identify the items you can sell most successfully online, locate reliable sources for their inventory, and work directly with suppliers to cut out middlemen and maximize profits.

From the Back Cover

Sell them exactly what they want to buy

If you want to build a profitable--and consistent--eBay business, you need to start with strategic product sourcing. What to Sell on eBay and Where to Get It reveals the same techniques used by the most successful e-commerce entrepreneurs and by major retail chains to determine what products will sell well and which suppliers will deliver those products for the best price.

Learn to...


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