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Using Twitter to Sell EBay Products

Updated on February 12, 2021
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Johnny Q, Author, Master Sales Closer, Podcast Host "Coffee Is For Closer's on Apple Podcast

Using Twitter To Sell Ebay Products

Using Twitter to Sell EBay Products

Have you ever thought that Twitter can help you sell you eBay products while you post? This is the newest way of promoting your items, simply because people want to know what you have to say. This new way of marketing has dramatically sky rocket sales for a lot of power sellers. By using a simple technique you can also drive endless opportunities of potential buyers to your eBay listings. Know how to use the power of social media to gain knowledge and convert simple social posting into thousands of dollars a month.

With social media being the rave online a lot of eBay sellers are seeing this hype as powerful tool to get people to see and buy their products on the marketplace. You must first understand that the purpose of this is to always be selling one more product. This technique works great on simple posting and having people read about it, discovering a big interest in buying. Once they are interested you simply give them a source of information being a newsletter or and actual link to your posting. Let the prospected buyers discover the features and benefits of your products by themselves.

Start by adding as many friends to your twitter account, other way known as adding followers. It really doesn’t matter who you get as long as you are adding followers all the time the more prospects the better you will performed. Usually in Twitter start by following people and they will follow you as common courtesy. Go into all the different communities and load up on adding people to your account on Twitter.

Next try to create some simple posting that will call to action. For example, if you are using tweet you’re it should be like “I can’t believe what I Just Saw” and add the link to the posting. Everyone will be asking themselves “saw what” resulting in clicks in your eBay listing. This kind of tweet should be done once every 3 days. You don’t want to come over as a spammer, because that is a really bad thing. The more creative your tweets are the better.

So if you can do the actually posting only twice a week what you tweet about in the rest of the week. During all rest of your tweets, you do all the time customize your signature to your tweets. For example “Going to spend the day at San Diego Port, It’s a beautiful day to be out in the beach – Your Name, (the link to your eBay listing)”. By doing something like this you come across as a friend rather than some one you want to sell. If you keep simple posting like this one you will attract more people to read them. The more customers read your tweets the more likely you are going to sell that product.

Finally, you can shorten the link to your eBay listing by going in to Google and searching for “shortening links”. Since there are so many out online it’s impossible to list them all. Overall this strategy does not cost you anything and it’s a sure way of boosting your eBay sales.

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