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Re: A smart idea...
Seems to me you've asked this question on another board. Doesn't matter. :)
My "AboutMe" page has had a great impact on my web site, and brought it from a stinkin' 3-5,000 "hits" a month, to over 1,000 Unique Visits PER DAY!
Build it, put it up, and stand back.
(Oh, ya.. hasn't hurt my wallet either!)
> Hi Daniel,
> That's Lynn Terry's "About Me"
> page on eBay. She has posted here before.
> Here's a link to it for those who haven't
> seen it yet....
> To my understanding, you can link to
> whatever you like from your "About
> Me" page on eBay. Unless they've
> brought in some new rules, you can link to
> your other web page(s) as well if you like!
> You are NOT allowed to link to your other
> web pages outside of eBay from within your
> auction listings - unless it is needed to
> explain or describe the item in some way.
> But you ARE allowed to link to your
> "About Me" page on eBay from
> within your auctions.
> So what some people do is, within their
> auctions, encourage people who see their
> item for sale to go to their "About
> Me" page. From there, they can also try
> to sell anything else they may have for
> sale, or get them to subscribe to their
> newsletter or ezine, that kind of thing!
> Lynn's "About Me" page is the most
> comprehensive one I've seen! As long as eBay
> allows it, what she's doing is quite smart.
> Usually on eBay, if people don't buy your
> item you've listed, in a sense their visit
> is "wasted". By directing them to
> your "About Me" page and promoting
> other items, you can make money even from
> those who don't end up winning your auction.
> Pretty smart, huh? :)
> - Dien
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