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As I continue to aggressively expand my sales coverage...I've checked out iOffer briefly. I've never shopped there before and I'm in the dark about this one.

Anyone sell there? What are your experiences? Pros/Cons? Costs/fees? Etc...

Thanks for your input!
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Originally posted by cavaleriesoldaat:
Suthrnjewl-----are you like the "uber sell on the internet" Smile

Anyway...why the thumbs down? wife says hy...she's from Texas

Uber Seller Reporting For Duty!

I have given most of the more known sites a go (and some several times) at selling at one time or another in my 7 plus years of being an online entrepenure.

At IOffer..they were great about getting my items into search engines..AND they're still in search engines even though I have no items up there.

But for what I was selling..the offers were miniscule and the few sales I got were a waste of my time and effort.

That's my market that didn't do well. You just never know with your item. I've always advised everyone to try sites themselves and seeeeee what works.

I know others right now that do great business on Bluejay and some on Overstock and some on Bidville. It happens not to work all that well for me..but for others products they sell like hotcakes.

The best advice I can give you and your beeeeeeeeeeeeautiful Texas wife is to try every single avenue at least once to see if it's going to fly. If it's like a dodo bird, then you can dump it without much outlay of cash (every time I've tried various sites it was free trials or free startup, etc so I wasn't out funds) But who knows what your selling might fly off the shelf's like hotcakes!

Go for it!
Have a great weekend!

What timing!

Yesterday my 20 auctions I'd uploaded to Bidville ended for good. (I have the automatic relist on them and the max amt is up)

I sold a few to be honest. And today I'm going to decide whether or not to reupload those auctions for sale. I REALLY want to focus on oscommerce and get centered on doing that well rather than spreading myself out so much.

Decisions, Decisions.

To me? I say Go For It! You just never know what marketplace(s) will work for you. You can't know that till you test the waters...right?

You & yours have a wonderful Superbowl Sunday!
Take care,
If any little dog can get in ebay's ballpark, it's ioffer. You can import ebay ratings and listings with Mr. grabber and according to cnn money iOffer has accumulated 75000 sellers and nearly 1 million total users since its 2002 launch. I haven't sold there yet, only bought for about 3 years now. I can tell you the site needs to fix its bugs and glitches and can ne slow but HAVE PATIENCE. It has a lot of potential; I really like its system and over the years as a buyer I have found some cool things I could not find on ebay. I just imported my ebay ratings and listings with Mr Grabber - it takes a while for the process to complete.

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