Tag Archives | eBay Live 2008

Vzaar Video for Business Video for eBay Video for Marketing – It’s Just Vzaar!

Vzaar is an easy to use, easy to utilize and effective video embed marketing tool. A tool that allows the merchant the ability to keep his/her viewer interested in in his or her product and not go wandering off into the video surfing darkness.

Vzaar is cost effective, easy to setup and allows eBay sellers to embed videos in hundreds of live eBay listings with a click of a button.

Vzaar is worth a try – take a look at the videos in the sidebar here on the Trading Assistant Journal to see how people use Vzaar to sell Guitars or to see how easy it is to setup. What have you got to lose when the initial cost is zero and the upside is you could start engaging your customers like never before!

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Advertising & Promotion and Seth Godin – New Marketing

In my view, using the power of content and information in a small business is the new marketing plan. Inform, entertain, teach, share and contribute. Your customers want to know they can trust you, your customers will go where they can find out more information about your products. If you do not have a place for them to find that information, your customers will go elsewhere.

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eBay Live 2008 Chicago- Day One – Whew…Think Twice

eBay Live 2008 is underway… This sign was prominently displayed in the center of the solutions floor… eBay Live… Creating Good? The good was found between the lines for those who looked, since the lines were short, looking was easier than ever. The turnout here has been less than expected and less than predicted by […]

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Trading Assistant Journal, Skip McGrath, & iBusinessLogic – Solutions Providers in the Renewed ConsignmentPal Directory

ConsignmentPal has not only become the best place to list your consignment or Trading Assistant business (even better than the Trading Assistant Directory in my opinion) but is now a great place to find real honest to goodness solutions providers, consultants, designers, web developers, and eBay gurus like Skip McGrath

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