EBay in A SnapeBook - 2004
A guide to the Internet auction site covers such topics as proxy bidding, dutch auctions, selling items, and using a PayPal account.
With over 7.5 million users generating $5.6 billion in sales in the second quarter of 2003 alone, eBay has become a fundamental part of contemporary American life.
Still, there are many people who, while comfortable with a computer and the Internet, aren't completely sure about how to bid, buy, or sell on eBay. Or, if they are familiar with eBay basics, feel like they are at a disadvantage when pitted against more experienced eBay users. They're not unintelligent, they just don't have the time to learn all the tips and tricks that are second-nature to power eBay users.
eBay In a Snap's unique, random-access approach lets the reader zero right in on the thing he or she wants to learn about, and get back to winning a bid or selling a product at the highest price.
Written by a well-known expert on Internet shopping, bargain-hunting, and auctions, eBay in a Snap reveals the best tips, tricks, and techniques for everything from enhancing a listing with HTML and multimedia to buying and selling a car on eBay.
Blackwell North Amer
Organized into a series of short, illustrated lessons, eBay in a Snap lets you zero right in on one particular task you need to accomplish right now - and then lets you get back to work.