In the first lesson of this tutorial on selling used music CDs on eBay, I discuss the need to differentiate yourself from your competition by being better than them, not cheaper.
There are five main ways to be better than your competitors. These methods, which I will describe in detail in this tutorial video series, include doing thorough research, having accurate item descriptions, calculating a profitable price, taking several clear photos, and putting into practice a shipping method which will keep your CDs from getting damaged.
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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