Have you ever had one of those weeks where every day just seemed to be filled with new problems and issues? No matter what you try those problems just seem to stack on top of the previous days problems. Finally you feel like that is no way to get out from under everything that you are facing. Yet to make money on eBay requires that you somehow dig your self out from under all of the problems and issue and move forward.
Don’t let the problems get you down. Every business faces problems and challenges as a part of being in business. What is important if you hope to make money on eBay is to fix the problems that need fixing and then to move forward with your other business activities. There are a few things that you can do to help work your way through one of those problem-filled weeks.
Start by addressing problems that affect customers first. Customers are the way that you make money on eBay. If they have problems or concerns, those are a top priority. They should be addressed promptly. Find solutions that make your customers happy and coming back from more of your products.
Next move on to the problems and issues that will affect your sales now and into the future. After all, sales are how you make money on eBay. If there are listing problems for example, fix those next. Don’t just fix a single problem. Look at how the problem occurred and work to put a fix in place that will keep that problem from ever returning.
Continue to address problems in a priority order that you have established for yourself. As you work through the issues, problems and concerns that you face, continually examine the problem and your solution. Is there a way to put that solution into affect so the problem never returns in the future? If so, take the time to make that a permanent part of your business. You then know that you will be able to make money on eBay without facing that problem again.
There will be some problems and issues that either simply cannot be solved or just aren’t worth the investment to fix. Know that those can come back in the future. However also know that your time is valuable and if customers are not affected by the problem, the right move may be to ignore it for now. Don’t allow this move to affect your ability to make money on eBay in the future however.
If you’ve ever had one of those frustrating weeks with lots of problems and issues know that this is part of every business. The important thing is to methodically work your way through the issues until they have been properly addressed. Know that with each solution you are one step closer to your goal to make money on eBay.
To your eBay success!
To read my free e-report “Dropship Facts" check outhttp://www.onlineauctionsmadesimple.net Bob Hamilton is an entrepreneur, writer and consultant. Bob sold his brick and mortor store to sell on eBay and has been helping others to get started on eBay ever since. http://www.openingadollarstore.com