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He also recently met several eBay millionaires, hoping to find common threads in their stories which would be of help to us mortal eBay sellers.

The eBay millionaires Greg interviewed were all aged 30 or less. And each of them grossed a million dollars or more on eBay in 2005.

Two women who run Express Drop, the drop-off store, just sqeezed in with gross sales of $1. 02 million. Since their eBay revenue is shared with their consignment clients, and they have premises overheads, it's fair to say that their profits were a little less than $1 million.

However, David Wirtenberg of Outrageous Diamonds grossed $4 million eBay sales in 2004, and he projects 2006 sales as being $8 to $10 million. And Chris Rush of HiFi Sound Connection grossed $5 million eBay sales in 2005.
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Although PowerSellers who are at the Gold or Titanium level have achieved a high level of success, that doesn't mean they are out of the ordinary. Greg found them to be just regular folks who are not really so different from you or me. Most of them started out with little or nothing and made the best of the same opportunities we all have on eBay.

So, what is that sets these young millionaires apart from the rest of us eBayers? Here are some of the things Greg I learned:

Choose your relatives wisely

Yes, Greg knows you can't really do this, but he suggests you look to see if money really is growing on your family tree. Many of the eBay millionaires he met had relatives who were themselves entrepreneurs or had some experience in business. They called on those relatives for a helping hand when they were starting out. David Wirtenberg got some pointers from his father-in-law, who was in sales and marketing. Chris Rush started with a $10,000 loan from his grandfather to purchase his initial inventory.

Mentoring isn't just for college internships

Even if your family can't help in your eBay business, perhaps someone else can. buy tiffany jewellery Dan Glasure of Dan's Train Depot started out in the cleaning business. His father helped get him started selling trains and other collectibles on eBay. After his father passed away, Dan called on two of his best customers for help - one a billionaire, the other a business professor - who helped him draw up some formal business plans.

Don't imitate the Lone Ranger

Greg found that one of the biggest differences between the eBay millionaires and the rest of us, is volume. They deal in hundreds of sales a week, thousands per month. Marat Denenberg of Narro Corp. sells as many as 80 pieces of computer equipment each day. Some hire employees; and they rent or purchase warehouses. Many of them also do something that's within the reach of most of us: they sign up with one of the auction service providers that helps them sell. Mordy Eisenberg of GSM Cellular works with ChannelAdvisor.
tiffany online store Eran Dekel deals in such high volume that he was able to set up a discounted shipping arrangement with UPS. Other sellers Greg interviewed work with providers like Zoovy, Infopia, and Marketworks to help them build volume.

Be open to selling on consignment

Greg found that several of the eBay millionaires specialize in selling items on eBay for others. Adam Hersh, 27, is one of eBay's most successful Trading Assistants. Tiffany Tanaka, Ellen Navarro, and Amy Mayer run eBay drop-off stores. If you're just starting out and don't have a lot of your own inventory to sell or can't find a wholesale distributor, selling for other people can help you build up positive feedback and become a PowerSeller quickly.

Many of the millionaire sellers Greg met agreed that eBay is a great place to start your first business, no matter what your age and level of experience. So, although those selected for Greg's interviews were relatively young, don't think you've somehow "missed the boat" if you're on the upside of 30 - I'm double that, and still like to think that I have a kick! So my advice is to think positive, learn from the success of these young entrepreneurs and you can become a more effective seller.  The winter season is upon us. Tiffany Chains sale Instead of dreaming of a thaw, you should be already working on warmer publicity.

Most magazines are already thinking of stories with a spring/summer angle. So you should be thinking that way, too -- if you want to beat the competition and get some coveted coverage. That means start focusing on Mother's Day, Father's Day and graduations.

Why so early? Because of many media outlets' production schedules -- most notably magazines --reporters often start working on seasonal stories 4-6 months in advance.

One way to find out when the media is working on spring stories is to contact the advertising department of the outlet and request a media kit.

This kit tells advertisers what stories or topics will be highlighted in each issue so that advertisers can submit their ads by the proper date. It's called an editorial calendar.

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Many media kits with editorial calendars are also offered online, so if you have a particular publication with a web presence, you may find what you need at their site.

Getting an article or feature written about your product may seem like a difficult and time-consuming task.

However, if you know in advance that a certain publication is going to be concentrating on your specific market or topic, reporters will be more willing to read information about your product and take phone calls from you. In fact, the reporter will probably be thankful because you have just made his job easier. Instead of him having to go look for information for his story, you will be bringing it to him.

The winter season is upon us. Instead of dreaming of a thaw, you should be already working on warmer publicity.

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Why so early? Because of many media outlets' production schedules -- most notably magazines --reporters often start working on seasonal stories 4-6 months in advance.

One way to find out when the media is working on spring stories is to contact the advertising department of the outlet and request a media kit.

This kit tells advertisers what stories or topics will be highlighted in each issue so that advertisers can submit their ads by the proper date. It's called an editorial calendar.

Editorial Calendars tell you what articles, feature stories, product reviews and other editorial content that a media outlet (publication - newspaper, magazine, web site, etc. ) has scheduled to cover in the future.

Many media kits with editorial calendars are also offered online, so if you have a particular publication with a web presence, you may find what you need at their site.

Getting an article or feature written about your product may seem like a difficult and time-consuming task.

However, if you know in advance that a certain publication is going to be concentrating on your specific market or topic, reporters will be more willing to read information about your product and take phone calls from you.
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Here's the process:
1. Make a list of the publications that reach your best audiences/potential customers.
2. Enter the URL for the publication you are targeting. If the URL is not intuitive (for instance, The Wall Street Journal's URL is www. wsj. com ), use your computer's search engine to find the publication. Once you're on its home page, search for the section "About Us", "Media Kit" or, if you're lucky, "Editorial Calendar. cheap Tiffany Cuff Link"
3. Once you've located the Editorial Calendar, scan it for entries that are a match for your market focus, product or service. Note the issue in which the story is scheduled to run, and the deadline date for submitting information and/or materials for that story.
4. If the editorial contact is not given on the Editorial Calendar, call the publication and ask to speak with someone in Editorial who can assist you in identifying the correct writer or editor to contact. If you can't reach Editorial, try asking the person who answers the phone. They sometimes know more than you expect and can be very helpful.
5. Repeat this process for each of your target publications, until you have a list of all scheduled stories for the coming year that look like they have potential for your company's involvement.
6. You may find it easier to keep track of your Editorial Opportunities list if you enter all the information into a spreadsheet, such as Excel so you can easily add, subtract, and sort opportunities as you act upon them.

Follow these tips now to gain more exposure when the warmer weather returns:

1. Create ways that your product or service can tie into spring and summer. For example, a landscaper can offer tips to get a green lawn. An organizer can show how to properly store winter clothes. A fitness coach can provide ways to get fit in a park.

2. Find reasons for gift-giving all year-round. Is your product or service something that would be a great gift for a mom, dad or grad? Find out which media outlets are doing gift guides and how you can get your product or service featured.

Here are some seasonal story ideas to get you started for the late spring/early summer:

May
-Gardening
-Mother's Day
-Spring Cleaning
-College Graduation
-Proms

June
-Summer Travel
-Father's Day
-High School Graduation
-Weddings
-Baseball .

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