This past Sunday saw the end of my eBay auctions which were listed the previous week. They did one of their rare free listing periods. Essentially an eBay dealer could list anything without being charged an insertion fee. You pay nothing unless an item sells at which time the usual final value fee is taken. It’s a pretty good deal. If you are selling on eBay always keep on the look out for these opportunities.
The recent occurrence offered free listing of auction style sales only from May 30 to June 1. This gave a little boost to sales which typically flatten out around summer holidays. When the nation goes vacationing in a big way they tend to leave eBay at home. Memorial Day, July Fourth, and Labor Day usually show less activity in page views and watchers. Sales can slow to a crawl. It’s a good time Casino En Ligne for dealers to take a break .
free listing opportunities sometimes show up around holidays. This one a bit of an intrusion but as a dyed in the wool capitalist I rose to the bait and put up 22 auctions. All I had to do during the holiday weekend was post the auctions on Sunday at 6:00, my favorite eBay sweet spot. The real action occurred the following Sunday as the auctions came into their last moments and snipers came out of the wood work. I didn’t make a killing but it did net me some much needed cash to feed to a hungry gas station.
Unfortunately this means that it will be some time before another free listing day occurs. I always hope for one around Christmas. They have done it before and when they do it is worth all the time and effort you can spare.