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TCL to offer eBay classes

March 26, 2012

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The Technical College of the Lowcountry Continuing Education Division will offer two eBay courses this April.


The first, eBay Startup, is for those with little to no eBay and PayPal experience and will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 3 through 12 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the TCL Beaufort Campus, 921 Ribaut Road. Cost is $79. This class is designed to provide the student with knowledge of how to open, monitor and maintain eBay and PayPal accounts; become an eBay seller; do research, create and monitor successful listings; use eBay listing tools; use and improve photos; types of auctions; set pricing; shopping controls; purchasing; how to build and monitor successful listings; source, pack and shipping management; and so much more.


The second course, eBay Store, will introduce eBay store to eBay sellers. It is designed to provide the student with the knowledge of how to open, monitor and maintain an eBay store.  This course will help you to decide which store is right for you; teach you how to build your store and optimize your eBay store for search capabilities; and will introduce marketing, traffic reports, photo management, power tools and much more. If you have had some success on eBay and want to grow your business, this class is for you! This class will be held Tuesday and Thursday, April 24 and 26 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the TCL Beaufort Campus. Cost is $45.


For more information or to register, please call 843.525.8205.


About the Instructor:

Adrienne Sarazin is a forty-year-old single mother and a former marine who relocated to Beaufort. The pursuit of a radiologic technology degree from TCL and a myriad of responsibilities connected to parenthood might for some be viewed as a rather full plate, but the energetic soul of Ms. Sarazin found a means to earn income successfully using the eBay platform.  “An initial act to unload junk out of my household became a small business engine of opportunity,” Sarazin said. She has mastered a craft for online sales over the last seven years that speaks volumes about the power of an entrepreneurial spirit.  She credits the user-friendly mechanism of eBay and the discovery of how brand-name attributes become a commodity in an online environment as key contributors to her success.  From 1950s American kitchen glass to silver place settings to Harley Davidson motorcycles, she’s made a success at becoming a subject matter expert not only in the process, but also in understanding the product to be sold.




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