Building relationships in business is often of the utmost importance to successful exchanges, and whilst buying on eBay may not entirely feel like a business transaction due to its casual nature and free-wheeling spirit of quick trading, it very much is.
If you’re new to eBay and buying online in general, you’ll definitely want to be aware of some good rules of thumb to kick you off, get you started, or whatever other cautiously clichéd phrase of choice you may wish to apply to imply: you’re about to buy!
Another busy month, another batch of updates:
Here at BayCrazy HQ we've been hard at work, today we put out an update that brings the following:
Baycrazy.com will filter results that are available to pick up, near you, show the distance to travel, and a map of the seller’s zip code. Just click the picture and you will be taken to the listing on eBay. If you are looking for something specific, type it into the keyword box on the left.
If you're like me, anytime you have to do some local shopping on Craigslist you let out a huge groan of frustration and possibly swipe all the paper off of your desk. Common things you will see trying to buy something off Craigslist: no pictures, blurry pictures, unresponsive sellers, too many listings to look through, no price listed. I’m here to tell you there is another way! eBay gives sellers the option to sell big items locally by zip code with free pick up. However, searching by zip code on eBay is not that user friendly. That’s where we come in.