Finding eBook Writing Topics On eBay
I was speaking to a good friend of mine who operates
many businesses online and he just happened to mention
that he gets many of his ideas from eBay.
Even more intriguing, he told me that he could tell
how much of a given product was selling on eBay.
Now, I don't know about you, but I've been trying to
figure out how to tap into eBay sales information for
months now - but there just doesn't seem to be any
Until, this know-it-all let me know the simple, yet
highly effective method he uses...
Learn how Terrance turns 57-minutes each week into
huge monthly income from eBay -- as much as
$8,175.55 Per Month!
First, it is worth noting that you can get a summary of
the hottest categories selling on eBay. While this is
somewhat useful in locating trends and broad areas of
interest, there is a more useful way to use the auction
center to test your own ideas.
Start by searching eBay for your keyword term + ebook.
For example, if you are trying to test "dog training",
then you would enter "dog training ebook" in your
In most cases you will find at least one example, and in
many cases you will find lots of different ebooks listed.
The next step is to select a few examples that match
closely to your idea or topic area. Bring the auction up,
and now for the trick...
eBay provides great detail into auctions by member,
including a complete detailed list of auctions and outcome
So, what you want to do is simply scan the members holding
active auctions - selecting the option "search all auctions
by this member" and viola, you will get a picture of
activity from this member.
Using this information you can judge if there are two sales
of their product each day or 20. The idea is not to get
an actual, accurate count, but rather a sense of how many
copies are moving through their auction.
You may be shocked by some of the results you see. Any
existing ebook, report, course, training, audio or video
that has activity daily - especially with multiple copies
sold daily, will help to validate your market and topic
Resources mentioned in this article are:
eBay Hottest Posts:
Terrnace Smith's "Sell Books and Videos" site:
About the Author
Jeff Smith is dedicated to helping you turn your knowledge
into highly desirable, hot selling information-based
products (eBooks, booklets, seminars, courses, etc...)
Through his highly acclaimed site:
http://www.highertrustmarketing.com you will find exactly
what it takes to create and market high-profit infoproducts.