Discovering Your My eBay Page

In This Chapter

Watching, bidding and winning ^ Storing your favorites ^ Visiting feedback central ^ Setting your preferences

M #ne of the super tools that eBay gives all its users is the My ^^ eBay page. I call it a page, but it's really an area — a group of several pages tagged together with tabs. The My eBay page gives you complete control of everything you are doing (or would like to do) at eBay. For example, sellers use this page to keep track of sales.

In this chapter, I show you how to take this tool and personalize it to keep all your eBay shopping organized — you can even make note of how much you spend (so you can stay within your shopping budget).

You can find a link to your My eBay pages immediately when you go to the eBay site. It is available from the top of the eBay Web page Navigation Bar, by clicking the link that points to My eBay.

If you haven't signed in, you can access your My eBay page by following these steps:

How to Sell Digital Products on eBay

How to Sell Digital Products on eBay

In 2008 eBay changed their policy on digital product sales stating that they no longer permitted digital products being sold on eBay unless it was physically sent in the mail on a CD.

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