Las Vegas eBay Amazon E-Commerce Online Sellers Group – New Meetup

Las Vegas eBay Amazon eCommerce Sellers Group

Las Vegas Online Sellers Group

 Learn Thrifting Secrets from Thrifting with the Boys

Spectators

4140 South Durango Drive, Las Vegas, NV (map)

 

SELECTED BY: DANNI ACKERMAN

Are you ready for an evening of not only information from two of Vegas top thrifters but all the fun that goes with it?

Jason Smith and Bryan Goodman (http://www.thrifting-with-the-boys.com/) are two of the biggest thrift-a-holics in Vegas!  I’m a member of their 12 step group are you?  Ok so it’s not exactly a 12 step group…  they do have a very busy Facebook group where you can interact

http://www.facebook.com/groups/210610102316422/

Come and listen to great tips, tricks and tales of their thrifting adventures!

We will also be recapping eBay On Location in Denver and talking about the eBay Radio Party coming in June – there will beimportant information for members planning to attend!

 

eBay Sellers in the Denver Metro Area – New Meetup

eBay Sellers in the Denver Area

Thrifting Workshop with Danni Ackerman

Walk In Auction

7711 W 6th Ave Unit E, Lakewood, CO (map)

 

SELECTED BY: KIM EVERITT

Price: $89.00/per person

Refund policy

It’s an all day workshop to learn to develop your instinct on what to buy and what to leave behind… we will spend the morning thrift shopping and then back to the computers where Danni will share her special methods of research and listing – learn how to identify pieces that may not have labels, how to set pricing, and how to write the listing up for the maximum profits!

Space is limited! Sign up now to hold your spot… http://www.thedanniapp.com/workshops-new/

 

You must register at the web address above.  If you would not be able to attend the event.  Thanks for your understanding.

ECC Radio Monday April 9, 2012 with The Danni App & ShipSurance

 

Join us tomorrow as we learn about ‘The Danni App’ and ‘ShipSurance’ Two Connections that can move your business to succes!

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Las Vegas eBay Amazon eCommerce Sellers Group – New Meetup

See A Live Rockstar Review by Janelle Elms Visionaire OSI Rock Stars

Las Vegas eBay Amazon eCommerce Sellers Group
Las Vegas Online Sellers Group

Spectators

4140 South Durango Drive, Las Vegas, NV (map)

 

Price: $5.00/per person

Janelle Elms Is Visionaire Of OSI Rock Stars – A Super Charged Education Site Covering EBay, Amazon, Etsy And Other Online Selling. She Is An Internet Marketer, Social Media Success Coach And Local Geo-Optimization Strategist.

Janelle joins us for a night of live hands on learning through reviewing the eBay store of one of our lucky members.  We will be having a drawing to pick the store to be reviewed.

She will be teaching us about SEO, Keyword Optimization, Social marketing and so much more!  This is a meeting you do NOT want to miss!

We will be raffling off a 1 year membership to Rockstar Basics – a $299 value!

 

We will be meeting at 7:00 pm to accomodate the Catalyst Convention schedule.

There will not be food this time unless I hear from you that this would be wanted…

 

Can’t wait to see you all there!

 

Danni Ackerman

eCom Connections Radio March 19, 2012 Celebrating Seller Groups!

Seacoast eBay and eCommerc Sellers GroupDallas eBaybes & eMales  Join us tomorrow as we Celebrate eBay and eCommerce Seller’s Groups from across the USA!

ECC has always supported local seller’s groups and tried to help by publicizing their meet-ups and anything else we can do.

We have sponsored groups in the past and are current sponsors for the Dallas eBaybes & eMales, Connecticut eBay and eCommerce Sellers Group & Seacoast eBay and eCommerce Sellers groups. We hope to be able to expand our sponsorships very soon.

Tomorrow we are pleased to interview Jim “Uncle Griff” Griffith and Jeff Terrell from eBay about how eBay

supports the groups and what their plans are for future support.

Denver Sellers Group

Tucson eBay SellersWe then have pre-recorded interview with some group leaders who will be unable to be with us during the live show.

Those interviews include Stephanie Inge, from the Dallas eBaybes & eMales, Bobbi Miller from Seacoast eBay

and eCommerce Sellers Group, Michelle Gauvreau from the Connecticut eBay and eCommerce Sellers Group and

Carmie Docton of the Central Florida eCommerce Group.

eBay Sellers of the Bay Area

Chicagoland area eBay Sellers GroupWe have been blessed to be able to arrange call-in live interviews with Patricia Coleman from the SoCal eCommerce

Sellers, Danni Ackerman from the Las Vegas eBay Amazon eCommerce Online Sellers Group, Rich & Nila Siok & hopefully Bev England, from the Chicagoland Area eBay Seller Meetup Group, Chris Taylor from the eBay Sellers of the Bay Area Group, “Uncle” Joe Adamson from the OKC Metro eSellers Meetup Group, and Sally Milo from the Tucson eBay Sellers Group.

So join us LIVE at 1 PM EST and be prepared to learn, share and grow!

Connecticut eBay and eCommerce Sellers Group

Las Vegas Online Sellers Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Las Vegas Online Sellers New Meetup

Las Vegas Online Sellers Group

Tuesday, February 21, 2012, 6:00 PM

SELECTED BY: DANNI ACKERMAN

 

4140 South Durango Drive, Las Vegas, NV (map)

 

http://maps.google.com/maps?ix=iea&q=4140+S.+Durango+Dr&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x80c8c756ac0cd565:0x75a2da4802559763,4140+S+Durango+Dr,+Las+Vegas,+NV+89147&gl=us&ei=2_smT7DdAomWiALOt_zGBw&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct=image&resnum=1&ved=0CCEQ8gEwAA

Hey everyone!

I am happy to announce we have a new location to meet on the other side of town this time but still easy to get to.

They have a full bar – but there is no obligation to order drinks.

Free Wifi in the room so you can bring your laptops.

This meeting is going to be very important if you would like a say so on future topics, meeting days and times, we will be getting to know each other better and planning out the year.  I want to make this meetup as informative as possible for you to grow your businesses no matter where you sell.

Please RSVP as we only have room for the first 40 people.

 

Thanks and look forward to seeing you all and getting to know everyone better!

 

Danni Ackerman

Las Vegas Online Sellers Organizer

Learning the “Inside Baseball” of Online Retail by Cliff Ennico

Cliff EnnicoI had the honor last week of speaking on e-commerce legal and tax issues for the Kansas Jubilee eBay and eCommerce Conference at Fort Hays State University in beautiful Hays, Kansas (www.kansasjubilee.net).  This annual event brings together eBay, Amazon, Bonanzle and other online sellers throughout the midwest to compare notes and learn the latest online selling strategies.

Some of the attendees shared with me the important lessons about online selling they learned at the Hays conference.  Here they are, in their own words.

“When you are selling on eBay or Amazon, you have to remember that you are just the same as Dillard’s.  You have to act professionally, and give your customers the same quality experience they would get in a brick-and-mortar store.  If you are not prepared or disciplined enough to do that, do not sell online.”  Joseph “Uncle Joe” Adamson, eBay Certified Business Consultant and Education Specialist, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (www.unclejoeradio.com).

“The biggest challenge online sellers face is tracking their income and expenses and staying in compliance with taxes.  Small business owners have to spend way too much time on financials, often to the detriment of doing what they love – running their businesses!  Outright.com, an online accounting tool, can help these businesses thrive by making these tasks simple and easy.”  Jennifer Dunn Escalona, Community Manager, Outright.com, Atlanta, Georgia.

“I learned that ‘microsites’ – websites that reach small, highly targeted communities of collectors – are often the best places to sell antiques and collectibles.”  Del Paeske, Keizer, Oregon (www.itsallwrite.biz).

“Seven years ago I sold books on eBay for five years.  I got burned out and abandoned my Seller ID and a 1,200 feedback score.  I now sell books on Amazon.com and after this weekend I want to sell on eBay again.”  Lucian Siedler, BRTCO-Amazon, Asheville, North Carolina.

“I learned that all of us have started at the same position on eBay, we’ve all been new at this once, and by networking and making mistakes and never giving up we can succeed.  Oh, and that you should always offer your customers ‘free shipping’ wherever possible.”  Jan Maughmer, Kansas City, Missouri.

“That a successful online business looks a lot like an octopus – you have the ‘head’ which is your own business website, the ‘tentacles’ which are your outposts on eBay, Amazon and elsewhere, and the ‘suckers” which are your Internet marketing tools driving customers to your website and outposts.  A very compelling metaphor!”  Lacy Bruggeman, Misslacyg’s Market of Miscellany, Hays, Kansas.

“If you don’t track your numbers, you will never really know if your way of doing business is profitable.”  Leanne Skrok, The Designer Family, Edmond, Oklahoma.

“The importance of getting a federal trademark if you have a really cool name for your business, and making sure to protect it if you see someone using the same name to sell similar stuff.”  Kim Everitt, WalkInAuction, Denver, Colorado.

“The things you need to do to avoid an IRS audit, and especially the tips on how to claim your pet as a tax-deductible ‘guard dog’!”.  Michelle Petersen, Happy Dog Deals, Osborn, Missouri.

“Learning about how to limit your liability for ‘ripple effect’ damages, so for example if I sell someone a dress on eBay, they wear it to a corporate function and there’s a wardrobe malfunction that causes the buyer to lose her job, I won’t be liable for anything other than the price she paid for the dress to begin with.”  Linda Wolff, L&P Enterprises LLC, Northglenn, Colorado.

“I’ve been selling on eBay for some time now, and it was very interesting to learn the details of selling on Amazon.com and other online platforms.”  Paula Hughes, Occasions2go, Kansas City, Missouri.

“How to search items on eBay to find out what they normally sell for, and also how to pick the right keywords for your listing titles and item descriptions so you can get your listings noticed by search engines.”  Dottie Caldwell, Solomon Valley Books, Russell, Kansas.

“Discovering the vast variety of products that can be marketed and sold. It has made me realize I too can build a small business doing something I love.  And, it’s shown me there is a possibility my business could someday turn into a larger one.  For someone just starting out that knowledge is invaluable.”  Rachel Lundy, Midnight Software, Kansas City, Missouri.

“Learning how to find inventory in thrift shops – the stuff that sells well on eBay, and the stuff you should pass on.  It was amazing to learn, for example, that teeshirts from little-known rock and roll bands often sell better on eBay than teeshirts showing the Rolling Stones or Beatles!”  Danni Ackerman, Udderly Good Stuff, Las Vegas, Nevada.

“The importance of having a great good accountant when you’re first starting out.”  Kat Simpson, Kat’s Boutique, Mount Plymouth, Florida.

“How others sell!”.  Karin Banghart, Glam-R-Us, Windsor, Colorado.

Cliff Ennico (www.succeedinginyourbusiness.com), a leading expert on small business law and taxes, is the author of “Small Business Survival Guide,” “The eBay Seller’s Tax and Legal Answer Book” and 15 other books.

Griff is Going to the New Las Vegas Meetup Group December 6th!

Talk to the Sr. Manager – Seller Experience at eBay – Griff Jim Griffith

Needs a location Coming soon!

We have the great surprise of having the Senior Manager of Seller Experience at eBay coming to talk with our group December 6th, for those who may not know him, he is the host of Ebay Radio http://groups.ebay.com/forum/Ebay-Radio-Town/Home/1279

You can listen and call in live Tuesdays and Thursdays…  for those who have never met him in person, let me just say, if you ever thought no one at eBay cares… you haven’t met Griff!

Please sign up so we can see how large a venue we will need, location to be announced!

Danni Wins Cliff Book – show #17

Show #17 started with a wonderful interview with our favorite lawyer, Mr. Cliff Ennico.  Cliff gave out a hard question that required some digging on Google to find the correct answer and our loyal listener, Danni Ackerman was able to find just the right one!  Congrats Danni. Join Danni on Facebook or Twitter.

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Kansas Jubilee eBay to eCommerce

Kansas Jubilee eBay to eCommerce

What is the Kansas Jubilee and why should you attend?  The Kansas Jubilee is an up-and-coming eCommerce event that started in 2008 and is growing into a gathering of exceptional eCommerce talent covering multi-venues. From eBay to eCommerce is the 2011 theme and there will be experts there to teach about selling on Amazon, Bonanza, Addoway and your own website, as well as generous representation from eBay including the famous Uncle Griff himself!  Here are all the details and we would love to meet you there!

The Kansas Jubilee, eBay to eCommerce Conference is a seller to seller working conference held at Fort Hays State University (FHSU) Memorial Union in Hays, KS 67601.  It is supported by the FHSU COBL (College of Business and Leadership) and the Kansas Small Business Development Center.
The Kansas Jubilee,  eBay to eCommerce  Conference, Sept 30/Oct 1 is at Fort Hays State University Memorial Union Conference Center (FHSU).  This will be a two day event of seminars, workshops and round tables focused on Education, Networking and Community. We have a page set up with primary information on Facebook  Kansas Jubilee.     The registration website is Kansas Jubilee Registration  and registration went live on July 25.  Our target is micro sellers who are looking to start or expand a business and business builders.  To that end there will be two tracks of learning:  1. Beginner/Inexperienced sellers. 2. Business builders and entrepreneurs. We are offering Social Networking, Selling on multiple platforms and basic of selling  information.
We held a Jubilee in 2008 and it was a lot of fun and had good response. The Jubilee is supported by eBay.  Jim “Griff” Griffith was here and several eBay staff members to present workshops. Griff is already on the calendar for this one too and is bringing staff members with him again.
This is a regional conference and we have seller experts from eBay, Amazon, Bonanza, Addoway as well as eCommerce and Social Networking, who come in from all over the USA to give workshops/Seminars and participate in round table discussions . Our goal is to provide the best possible information to registrants in a community setting of networking and interaction.
Danni Ackerman, Shawna Seigel, Kathy Simpson, Byran Goodman & Jason Smith (AKA ‘Thrifting With the Boys’), Cliff Ennico, Judy Oglesby, Uncle Joe Adamson, and Fredrick Nijm are a few people who will present workshops and be active in the roundtable discussions.
This is an important conference as it is rural in nature and part of the focus is show how eBay and eCommerce can assist in rural economic development.  Most of rural America is just now getting high speed internet so it opens up new markets for eCommerce and eCommerce seller.

Fort Hays State University (FHSU) is a public, co-educational regents university located in Hays, Kansas. It is the fourth-largest of the six state universities governed by the Kansas Board of Regents, with an enrollment of approximately 11,200 students (4,000 undergraduate, 1,200 graduate, and 6,000 online students in China).

Our sponsors will participate in roundtables to further the learning experience for the registrants.  In other words we want our sponsors to be able to explain the use and need their product fills (without it being an advertisement).  We are selective about who we are asking to sponsor the event.  We are grass roots and our goal is to assist our non-corporate speakers to make the trip–we are not paying any speaker honorarium fees.  Our venue capacity is capped at 200 paid registrations plus the sponsors and speakers so this will be an intimate setting with a lot of person-to-person and networking time. The workshops will take place in break-out rooms rather than one central location.
In addition we are asking our sponsors to assist in promoting the Kansas Jubilee through any avenues they might have to give it exposure.  Sponsors may provide materials for the gift bags, have information through hand-outs and participate in the Round Table discussions.  There will be exposure on our website and and other materials that will be distributed to our registrants.
Please take time to like us on Facebook Kansas Jubilee  and visit the Kansas Jubilee Website

 

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