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on 21 September 2011
This book was written in 2006 and has not been updated. Chapters on zShops and Amazon Auctions are a waste of paper because these functions have long since disappeared from Amazon.
Come on McGrawHill and get the lazy authors to produce a 2011 edition!
I am putting the book back on sale on Amazon as a used copy.
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on 23 March 2013
Well worth a read for anyone considering going into business or for anyone who needs a little inspiration. Great value too.
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on 4 December 2014
I keep buying from Amazon but I have never sold anything on Amazon. Not sure why I bought this book.
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If you've ever wondered how hundreds of thousands of people have managed to sell stuff on Amazon, then this is definitely the book for you. Effortlessly cutting through the confusing layers of online prompts, this book truly de-mystifies the selling process in just 356 large-print pages.

The current guide marks something of a departure for its author Michael Lovelyman, who probably felt as if he'd fallen off the radar after his recent "Ova Sucking Techniques for your Maternal Forebears - an instructors guide" received only faint praise. This was followed by "Circumvolution Re-visited", which was dismissed by critics as being derivative and founded primarily upon circular logic. However, the author seems ready to re-invent himself. Recently tooled up with both an MBA and an Italian pseudonym, this book marks a bold return to form for Lovelyman. It's a promising beginning to what looks like being a winning partnership with Joel Elad (best-selling author of the e-book "how to get a bunch of stuff and then stick it on eBay and try to get people to give you money for it"). One finds rigorous details of how the two have made successful transactions involving goods ranging from old rope to their own grandmothers. Their next book "How to sell books on ANYTHING" is already in the pipeline.

If you doubt the efficacy of this book, just look at the sales figures. Currently placed mere thousands outside of the prestigious top 200,000 bestselling books on amazon, I understand that it has only twice fallen out of the top 1,000,000 since publication. With quite such a propitious track record, it's clear that the word of these gents is not to be dismissed casually.
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