B&W: Black and White BC: Back Cover BIN: Buy It Now CIP: Customer Initiated Payment DOA: Dead On Arrival DSR: Detailed Seller Rating (additional, but anonymous, Feedback ratings buyers can give sellers) EST: Eastern Standard Time EUC: Excellent Used Condition FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions (A list of questions with answers.) FB: Feedback FC: Fine Condition FOB: Freight On Board (Usually means something has shipped) FS: Full Screen (Usually applied to DVDs) FVF: Final Value Fee G: Good Condition GBP: Great Britain Pounds GU: Gently Used (Item that has been used but shows little wear, accompanied by explanation of wear.) HP: Home Page HTF: Hard To Find HTML: HyperText Markup Language (The language used to create Web pages.) IE: Internet Explorer IM: Instant Messaging INIT: Initials ISP: Internet Service Provider (A company that gives you access to the Internet) JPG: JPEG (Preferred file format for pictures on eBay, pronounced "Jay-Peg") LTBX: Letterbox (Video format that recreates a widescreen image) LTD: Limited Edition MNT: Mint. In perfect condition (a subjective term) MIB: Mint In Box MIJ: Made In Japan MIMB: Mint In Mint Box MIMP: Mint In Mint Package MIP: Mint In Package MNB: Mint No Box MOC: Mint On card MOMC: Mint On Mint Card MONMC: Mint On Near Mint Card MWBT: Mint With Both Tags MWMT: Mint With Mint Tags NARU: Not a Registered User (or suspended user) NBW: Never Been Worn NC: No Cover NIB: New In Box NM: Near Mint NOS: New Old Stock NR: No Reserve Price (for an auction-style listing) NRFB: Never Removed From Box NWT: New With Tags NWOT: New Without Original Tags OEM: Original Equipment Manufacturer OOP: Out Of Print PL: A Pink or a Pinkliner (This refers to an eBay staff member who posts a message on a Discussion Board. Messages from eBay staff have a pink header.) PM: Priority Mail PST: Pacific Standard Time RET: Retired SCR: Scratch S/O: Sold Out Sig: Signature SMS: Short Message Service (Text messaging for a wireless device, such as a mobile phone). SYI: Sell Your Item form TM: Trademark UPI: Unpaid Item URL: Uniform Resource Locator (The address that identifies a Web site, such as www.ebay.com). USPS: United States Postal Service VF: Very Fine Condition VHTF: Very Hard To Find WS: Widescreen (same as letterbox) XL: Extra large
I don’t have to be a platinum power seller to give you the tips because there always someone that knows better then you. That is way this blog is about links to other forums, sites and blogs that giving tips and help with eBay.
First of all you should know what you are allowed to buy and sell on eBay.
You can visit this eBay policy page here.
Some people want to sell stuff on eBay as extra income to their bank account.
But trouble is that they don’t know what to sell.
In the next links you can see the main key words that are being type at the eBay search. EBay searches Main key words
Pricing the products!
It is very important to know at how much we can sell our products.
Since the use of eBay is not for free, you can calculate the eBay and paypal fees you pay before and after the sell.
Edit your listing! In order to upload your listing in respectable way you should use an HTML editor. When you use the eBay simple way to upload the listing, each photo you use, after the 1st cost you additional fee. Use HTML code and you can add as much photos as you want for free.