Plus, numerous surveys show that a Business of your own is still the #1 way for the average person to achieve financial freedom and independence.
According to Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay, 400,000 people are making a living from eBay.
And, recently eBay reported $14.
87 billion in annual merchandise sales with over 100 million members.
With numbers like these shouldn't you be looking at eBay as your Home Based Business? As outlined in my book "eBay Marketing Wholesale SourcePak" eBay has some staggering statistics.
A Corvette is sold every 3 hours! A Diamond Ring is sold every 6 minutes! A Digital Camera is sold every 90 seconds! An Article of clothing is sold every 3 seconds! That eBay is the 4th most visited website on the Internet, and at the time of this writing has auction sites in 26 countries world wide.
Pretty impressive for what started off as a small site in 1995 for collectors of Pez Dispensers.
Since then eBay has flourished into an auction site that lends itself perfectly to the Home Based Business.
Why? Mainly because you can sell just about anything on eBay.
Plus, operating an eBay Auction Business does not require you to have any extensive business knowledge or any elaborate computer skills.
Finding items to sell on your auctions is easy as well.
You can start by selling all of those unwanted items you have just lying around the house.
From there some people cruiseflea markets, swap meets, and second hand stores for more items to sell on eBay.
And even more use Dropshippers.
Using Dropshippers is a smart way to get your eBay Home Business up and running because you don't have to invest in costly inventory, store the inventory, or package and ship that inventory.
Your Dropship supplier will do all of that for you.
It doesn't get any easier then that! So if you're looking for a Home Based Business, have a look at eBay.
It is the largest and most exciting auction service on the Internet enabling trades on a local, national and international bases.
With more than 3 million auctions running at any given time, and many millions of users, if you have something to sell you'll probably find a buyer for it on eBay.
Happy Selling! Joe Clare