|When selling on eBay you are dealing with real life. Behind all the usernames are people like you and me. Some are buying, some are selling and if you are like me you are also studying.
eBay is a great place to study business tactics, marketing and most of all human behaviour and psychology. If you have been on eBay for a while and know your way around you know what I am talking about.
eBay reflects life in many ways and one is that as a seller you need to be flexible to survive. Charles Darwin said "It is not the strongest species that will survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change."
This is one very good reason why I choose to sell Information Products on eBay and not conventional physical goods. My competition could not agree more. This is the most flexible method of profit available to you on eBay.
Apart from all the lickin', stickin' and pickin' usually associated with running a "normal" eBay business, you end up being inflexible and unable to change quickly with physical goods.
With your own exclusive information products you not only have the ability to profit from almost any market you find instantly, but also the ability to instantly adapt to changes in eBay markets.
This adaptability to rapid change will help you survive better than any conventional seller on eBay as Mr. Darwin surely would agree.
With the right system in place you have the ability to profit from markets as you find them, something not usually possible when you are sitting on pre-ordered stock.
Selling your own digitally downloadable product offers many advantages over conventional eBay selling and many exciting opportunities for you to profit from.
To learn more about my advanced strategy for selling your own information products through eBay visit my eBay store at http://stores.ebay.co.uk/eBooks-and-Bits">http://stores.ebay.co.uk/eBooks-and-Bits for "Auction Information Empires".
About the Author
Marius-Henk van Dyk is a successful eBay Powerseller and creator of the "Auction Information Empires" System Package.