eBay Coaching

I started Trader Chris Consignments in 2011, not knowing much about eBay or how to run an e-business. Over the years, and through much trial and error, I have refined my sales methods and became intimately familiar with the patterns that make a successful (and consistent) eBay seller. At this point, I have grossed over $1,000,000 in eBay sales (mostly by myself), with 10,000+ sales to buyers in every state and 53 countries. So I feel qualified to say that I know how to sell on eBay pretty well.

Whether you are interested in learning how to sell on eBay to generate some extra income, or perhaps you’re looking to give a boost to your own lagging eBay sales, I can help guide you to success. I guarantee that I can save you time, money, and headache avoiding some of the pitfalls that I’ve experienced and can help you implement some of the best practices that I’ve developed over the years.

I offer a free 30-minute initial phone consultation to anyone that is interested in either learning eBay or improving their own eBay business. If you wish to continue your coaching afterwards, my a la cart rate is $100 per hour, with a 20% discount if you invest in a block of 5 hours of coaching in advance, or a 25% discount if you invest in a block of 10 hours of coaching in advance.

For more information, please call Chris DiGiovanna at (919) 448-7325 or e-mail chris@traderchris.biz.

(Screenshot from my eBay Seller Dashboard on 6/4/17)

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