by Diane Carter If you want to make money selling sports cards or other collectibles online, you will need to figure out how to keep customers coming back for more. Repeat customers are the heart of any online business. And, with so many sellers on eBay and other sites, collectors have lots of choices when it comes to spending their hard earned dollars. Let’s take a … [Read more...] about 10 Ways to Earn Repeat Business Selling Online
Topps Hires New VP, GM
The Topps Company has hired Doug Kruep as Vice President and General Manager, U.S. Sports & Entertainment, effective immediately. In his new role, Kruep will be responsible for managing domestic sports and entertainment products including brand management, product development, editorial, operations, finance, sales and customer development. He will report directly to … [Read more...] about Topps Hires New VP, GM
2010 Ending With Changes at SGC
Some major changes are underway at Sportscard Guaranty. The New Jersey-based sports card authentication and grading company hasn't made any official announcements, but three company officials have either left the company or will exit full-time duties soon. Vice-President of Operations Sean Skeffington departed earlier this month according to a message board post on the … [Read more...] about 2010 Ending With Changes at SGC
Auction Insider: Who Should You Do Business With?
by: Ryan Friedman You need to sell. You've got some good material. Most auction companies say they'll be glad to handle it for you. So how do you decide which one is right for you at this particular time? There are a lot of different factors to consider but here are five of what I think are the most important. 1. Customer Service - I think this is by far … [Read more...] about Auction Insider: Who Should You Do Business With?