In the ninth bonus video related to our tutorial on selling used music CDs on eBay, I discuss the default listing title on eBay and why you should not use it.
Although eBay’s listing title official policy is that sellers are not to copy another listing title, eBay still provides a default title to its sellers during the product listing process. The eBay catalog triggers the default title, presumably to save sellers time.
I discuss why the majority of sellers use the default listing title and how this simple fact gives you incredible opportunities to differentiate your eBay listings with your own, original titles. I also show you in great detail how writing your own listing titles specifically benefits you as a seller.
HOW TO SELL USED MUSIC CDS ON EBAY
Lesson 1: Don’t Be Cheaper, Be Better
Lesson 2: The Best Selling CD Types
Lesson 3: Researching the Rare CD
Lesson 4: CD Condition Grading and More
Lesson 5: Our CD Pricing Strategy
Lesson 6: Taking Quality Photos
Lesson 7: The Complete CD Listing
Lesson 8: Shipping a CD Safely with USPS
Lesson 9: Best Way to Ship Multiple CDs
Lesson 10: Tips for Selling to CD Collectors
Bonus #1: Review of Discogs.com’s Catalog Number Database
Bonus #2: What Does the “AAD” or “ADD” Logo on an Audio CD Mean?
Bonus #3: What Is an Enhanced Music CD or “ECD”?
Bonus #4: How Is a Digipak Different than a CD Jewel Case?
Bonus #5: Why We Sell CDs on eBay vs Amazon
Bonus #6: The Best Way to Sell a Large CD Collection
Bonus #7: Where We Get Our CDs to Sell on eBay
Bonus #8: Our Complete eBay Camera Setup for Photographing CDs
Bonus #9: Why You Should Never Use the Default eBay Listing Title
Bonus #10: Shipping CDs Internationally
Bonus #11: Can You Ship CDs USPS Media Mail?
Bonus #12: Is Selling CDs on eBay Legal?
Bonus #13: Selling Copied, Burned, and Bootleg CDs on eBay
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