Facebook groups are an amazing way to connect with other eCommerce sellers.They are full of people who encourage, share and promote each other and forge life long relationships.Here is a list of the groups I recommend:MySilentTeam.comThis group has beginning to advanced sellers always willing to answer questions and support sellers who want to grow and succeed.The
Facebook has ruined the way we think about friendships and how we feel about things.Being a friend is all about clicking a button on the keyboard and waiting for the other person to say accept.I remember growing up it was not so easy. I was one of those really awkward kids who nobody really liked.
Balancing your business with your personal life can be really challenging. How many of you are facing this issue? It can be very hard to fit everything in and still keep up with the business of eBay. Here's how my week has gone and how I am managing.
It occurred to me the other day as I was dragging my feet to get some things listed I had been putting off, I didn't like these items. That may sound silly to some, but it really made me think. When I have cool antiques or glass needing to be listed I am much more motivated and on top of it. Also items that are going to bring me hundreds of dollars as opposed to tens of dollars cause me to want to get those listings up.
I know its hard to believe because I'm Danni's daughter, but I am just now getting on board with social media. Not because she doesn't tell me I should and not because I don't think she knows what she's talking about simply because I felt so overwhelmed about learning a new thing I just kept procrastinating.
Did you know that there are over a billion active users on Facebook? Let's just put that into perspective... it means approximately 1 out of every 7 people in the world are on Facebook! Do you get how huge that is for us as online sellers?