Nampa, FL, May 01, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The convenience of working from home, saving money on gasoline and frequent car repairs resulting from frequent use are just a few of the benefits of working at home. Every day, individuals around the world strive to earn a living or simply make some extra cash on eBay. While an astonishing number of entrepreneurs achieve this goal with undeniable success, others struggle to learn what exactly is marketable and what is not.
There are essentially two types of buyers, including those who know exactly what they want and those who are casual browsers. A growing number of determined eBay shoppers have begun posting their virtual wish list by using eBay's 'Want it Now' feature. This area allows buyers to post the item(s) that they are having trouble finding in hopes that a seller, who has the item, will see their request and list an auction for the product(s).
David Guindon, software developer and entrepreneur, has recently created a new program titled Auction Yen Research Software. http://www.nichejournal.com/check_out/auctionyen . This program is designed to instantly search the 'Want it Now' listings from any one of four different eBay websites, including eBay.com (USA), eBay.co.uk (United Kingdom), eBay.com.au (Australia) and eBay.ca (Canada). Using a category or keyword search, sellers can determine the 'Yen Factor' of a specific item, keyword or category. The results will be rated on a scale of 0 to 10. In this scenario, a 0 rating would indicate a less marketable item whereas a 10 would be extremely desirable among eBay shoppers.
According to Guindon, the Auction Yen software could not only be used to determine a single product's marketability, but an entire category could be revealed as having a lot of interested customers and a lack of sellers. This would mean that a seller could potentially zero in on a virtually untapped market and begin selling products with little or no competition.
David Guindon is seemingly very confident in his new software, which is available for instant download directly from his website. Guindon is so confident, in fact, that he currently offers a 365 day money back guarantee with no questions asked. As for the system requirements, Auction Yen will work with any PC that is currently operating under Microsoft Windows 98, Windows ME (Millenium Edition), Windows 2000 or Windows XP. In addition, the software requires Internet Explorer 5x or better, a minimum of 5 MB of available disk space and 256 MB RAM. At this time, the software is not available for use on a Macintosh computer unless it also features a PC emulator. http://www.nichejournal.com/check_out/auctionyen
Every website visitor, regardless of whether or not they purchase the Auction Yen software, will be offered 14 free easy-to-follow eBay lessons known as the 'Hot Profits Mini-Course.' Delivered via e-mail, any visitor can accept the offer without any further obligation.
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