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Building Your Feedback For Your eBay Business


Feedback on eBay is like the equivalent of a credit history for your business name. Your feedback on eBay is one of the most important parts of your reputation as a seller. Solid, positive feedback means more customers will know just how trustworthy you are, before they purchase from you. Having no feedback is often times equal to, or even worse, than having bad feedback. Itís not hard to keep up a good reputation to solicit good feedback, but when you first start on eBay, having no feedback can hold you back from getting your eBay business of the ground. So how do you build up your feedback so you can get your eBay home business going?

Start off as a buyer on eBay. Yes, this doesnít give you feedback as a seller, which is your ultimate goal, but buying on eBay and building up a good reputation as a buyer can prove to other buyers that you are likely to be a good seller, as well. Often times, buyers donít look beyond your feedback rating to see where your good feedback comes from, so a solid positive feedback rating as a buyer can help you gain the trust of other eBay members.

You donít have to spend a lot of money or time building up your feedback as a buyer. For a couple of weeks, bid on some very small items, or purchase things that you would need to purchase anyway through eBay instead. After you receive the item, leave feedback for the seller to prompt them to leave feedback for you. If they donít, thereís no shame in asking them politely to leave you feedback. Explain to the seller that you are trying to build up your feedback reputation, and you would really appreciate it if they could take the time to rate the transaction for you.

When you have built up a few feedbacks, start selling. Start of small, because there may be buyers who are afraid to purchase from someone who doesnít have a lot of feedback under their belt. Thatís okay - with a few transactions, your feedback will be up in no time. Make a habit of leaving feedback for your seller first, after you know they receive the item okay. If they donít return the favor, again, thereís no harm in asking them to leave feedback, explaining that youíre trying to build up a good reputation. Donít ask until youíve left feedback for them, however, because this can often perturb a buyer, since the traditional standard is that the seller leaves feedback first.

When youíve gotten some feedback as both a buyer and a seller, itís time to go to town with your selling business. A feedback score of 10-20 is a good range to hit before you really start selling. Once you have a high enough feedback, buyers will trust that you are a worthy seller, and youíll have a much higher chance of selling your listed items. And it doesnít hurt to still buy as youíre selling - if nothing else, you could always use the extra positive feedback!

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