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How to Successfully Remove Any Negative Feedback on eBay! [Kindle Edition]

Oleg Medvedkov

Kindle Price: $4.99

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Book Description

These methods and techniques are a result of more than ten years practical experience of dealing directly with the customers on eBay and other online marketplaces. Now they are available to you.

You will learn:
* How to easily remove/revise negative feedbacks and turn them into Positive Feedbacks with minimum effort
* How to keep your feedback ratio close to a 100%
* How to write simple email messages that make an angry customer into a Happy One
* New methods and techniques that allow you to change customer's mood and control the flow of conversation
* Most importantly - How to survive and prosper on eBay!

Why you need to have good feedback on eBay?

100% Positive Feedback or close simply lets you stand out from the crowd like nothing else!

Very few eBay sellers have 99-100% feedback. Some have in 97-98% range and there's not a whole lot of those either. What does it mean? Is it that they don't care? Of course they do. They just don't know how to successfully remove bad feedbacks that keep drugging them down. Now when YOU learn how to turn negatives into Positive Feedbacks, this will become YOUR advantage over even bigger, more established sellers.

If prices are close enough, customers would more likely go with the seller with the highest feedback. Wouldn't you?

It gets even better! In my experience, with better positive feedback you can OUTSELL your competition even if your prices are somewhat higher! I do it all the time and the same will work for you.

This is what you get:
* Step-by-Step Guide on how to analyze a feedback; understand what the customer's concerns are; change the customer's mood and influence customer's actions; and finally, how to make the customer revise the feedback into positive
* Easy to follow examples based on actual successful cases of feedback revision
* Templates for each email or message in the guide
* Kindle book readers are eligible to an exclusive Free Bonus chapter "How to Preventively Minimize Number of Negative Feedbacks and How to keep your Positive Feedback Ratio at 99% +" and copy-and-paste templates (see inside)

What is your eBay seller feedback ratio? Anywhere close to a 100%? 100% even?
Mine is.
See you out there!

Product Details

  • File Size: 217 KB
  • Print Length: 33 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006RCYRKE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #466,666 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Oleg Medvedkov is a professional copywriter and a writer of funny stories. His hobbies are reading, fixing things, and exercising. Most people don't believe that a tall man with a good posture and a broken nose can be a writer, so he is often rather vague answering the "What do you do" questions.

Education: Master degree in engineering: pointless; Business School: boring.

Major Obstacle to overcome on the road of becoming NYT Bestselling Author: need to learn to type faster.

Personal self-improvement project: trying to grow a goatee.

On the picture: Oleg and his nephew Brent. Guess who is who.


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