Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings is a guide authored by Roger Fenwick that shows you how to write engaging copy in order to sell products on eBay.
What does the product offer?
Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings comes as a PDF document which users can download. Over the course of the Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings training manual, Roger Fenwick will show you how to write copy that allows you to connect with your purchasers emotionally and as a result, increase sales. Everything is provided in a straight forward and step by step process which makes it easy to follow. Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings also comes with a free bonus book (for the first 50 purchasers), eBay JV Secrets.
How does the product work?
According to Roger Fenwick, he has extensively studied a number of different top “six figure earning” copywriters. By taking the knowledge that he learned from them and generating his own copy for eBay market, Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings was born.
What is the initial investment?
Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings sells for an allegedly reduced rate of $27 (down from the “normal” cost of $67). Because it is sold through Clickbank, Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
There is nothing said about how much you can expect to earn by implementing what Roger Fenwick teaches. That having been said, if you can really write high converting copy for your ads then there is no reason why you shouldn’t expect to see an increase in income.
Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings is far from a comprehensive guide to selling on eBay but Roger Fenwick doesn’t claim that it is this. What Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings does it provides you guidance on a very specific part of your operation and how you can use this to ultimately make your business more profitable. In this regard Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings definitely delivers and if you find that you are struggling to write engaging sales material then Turbo Charge Your eBay Listings is worth its price although this is only really applicable in terms of the “reduced” rate.