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 Finding eBook Writing Topics On eBay 
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Title: Finding eBook Writing Topics On eBay

Author: Jeff Smith

Article:

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 way....

Until, this know-it-all let me know the simple, yet highly
effective method he uses...

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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 search.

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 by member.

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 area.

Resources mentioned in this article are:

eBay Hottest Posts:
http://pages.ebay.com/sellercentral/whatshot.html

Terrnace Smith's "Sell Books and Videos" site:
http://www.highertrustmarketing.com/part/terrance

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.

This article was posted by permission.


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