2. Be competitive
You want a good price for your item, but you also don’t want it hanging about. Price low, in the hope that the perfect eBay condition will start – 2 people who really want your item – they will drive the price up. After all who wants to lose out eh? eBay used to call it winning an item – they want buyers to be competitive. Set your price just below that of your competitors.
Aunty Maureen got you what she thought was the latest thing in computing, sadly that USB hub she got is a bit passé for your discerning geeky tastes. So what do you do with it?
You can relegate it to the dongle basket that lives inside your wardrobe, or you could sell it and make a bit of money. Time to brush up on your eBay selling skills.