Sell it on eBay!

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Discover if your item will sell or not in just One Minute! Learn how to create a seller account, upload photos, accept PayPal payments, and determine shipping costs. Includes insider tips, tricks and traps, what to sell and not sell. Learn proven listing strategies that get the most clicks, draw the highest bids, beat your competition and close the sale.
Covers eBay marketing research, how to find a profitable niche, and how to use drop shippers to minimize inventory costs and easily sell to U.S. customers. Includes marketing and photography tips that make your items “Pop.” Plus, how to sell antiques, collectibles and large items you don’t want to ship. Optional eBooks available for purchase after class.

Taught by a multi-award winning instructor and published eBay author from Seattle.

Please note this course is a lecture, and not a hands- on workshop.

Offering 1: Saturday, 9am to 4pm, Feb 22 2020, at Credo Christian High School Library 21846 52 Ave, Langley

Course Number: BF20
Instructor: Kevin Boyd
Semester: Winter/Spring 2020
Classroom: Credo Christian High Library
Start Date: February 22, 2020
End Date: February 22, 2020
Start Time: 9:00 am
End Time: 4:00 pm
Class Capacity: 35
Course Price: $99.99
Number of Sessions: 1


Additional information


Offering 1: Saturday, 9am to 4pm, Feb 22 2020, at Credo Christian High School Library 21846 52 Ave, Langley

We remain closed, but we're committed to keep classes going through the next few weeks.

All classes that are normally scheduled for the next few weeks will continue, either by being re-scheduled, or in some cases, through livestreaming. If you're worried about cancellations, don't. Your class will be delivered one way or another.
We will communicate with all registered students via email. Please be sure to check your spam folder if you don't see any announcements.
Like all small businesses, we rely on our registrations to keep the school going. Without training opportunities, those looking for new careers in the next year will not have the education they need to move on. That's why we're committed to postponing classes, rather than cancelling them.