Welcome to So You Wanna Sell On eBay
The Podcast for the eBay Seller
Weekly episodes providing tips, tricks & knowledge to help you grow your eBay business.
Listen to successful eBay sellers and entrepreneurs as they share their failures, successes and stories of their journey on the eBay trail. Ron and Ali ask the experts the questions that are on the minds of many eBay sellers. Not an eBay seller yet? Subscribe to our podcast show on iTunes, listen to a few episodes and you will be inspired and motivated to prove to yourself you can sell on eBay. Already an eBay seller? Since no two eBay sellers are the same, you’re sure to gain some new ideas that would help you take your eBay business to the next level.
Charlene started selling on eBay in 1998 and on Amazon in 2002, and has grown her business from a $100 investment to a business that grosses in the high-six figures, all without employees! Known for her laser focus on wholesale sourcing before it was the cool thing to do, Charlene brings organizational skills, business smarts and enthusiasm to everything she does.
Vic Cruz has been married for over 28 years and has 4 children. He is a coach for the Special Olympics when time allows and enjoys walking dogs and working on old cars. His eBay journey began in 2006 when he was restoring a 1968 mustang. A friend told him that he could make money selling parts on eBay. To the junk yards he went and proved his friend was right. He was amazed at how much money could be made on eBay and has been selling since.
Miriam Otto is an eBay blogger and educator with 10 years experience selling on eBay. She is a frequent guest on eBay Radio and has participated in eBay seller panels and projects. She was interviewed by U.S. News and wrote for the Auctiva website. Last year, Miriam sold $188,000 worth of pre-owned items on eBay. Almost all of the items she sold were purchased at yard sales and thrift shops.
On January 2010, Ron went to India to train 27 people to do his job, which is outsourced to India. He worked the night shift to cater to US market hours and that gave him more time to do a lot of things. He decided to learn more about HTML and web designs. He started to search google which led him to 1stoptutorials.com website. He emailed the web owner, Ali, who rarely responds to emails. Luckily, Ali responded to Ron’s email, and that was when everything began.