“After years of trying different techniques and theories to figure out what works and what doesn’t work, I’m so excited to finally be sharing my advice with everyone!" said Ava. "In these tough times, who wouldn’t want some extra cash?"
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2011
Ava Seavey, a professional advertiser who has made entrepreneurs millions of dollars, is now releasing her own product- Ava’s Guide to Garage Sale Gold. After having successfully made money for business owners and entrepreneurs, Ava now wants to help regular people make money for themselves. Her guide ties into additional items including an organizer, money apron, signs, and a host of other products to come, which will all help readers throw a profitable, efficient, and fun garage sale. In addition to these products, there will be informative content online, at http://www.garagesalegold.com, to ensure success.
Seavey draws on her years of professional advertising experience, in combination with her lifelong passion for garage sales to create a foolproof plan for garage sale success. She guides readers through every step of the process, from getting organized and finding items to sell, pricing your things, publicizing your sale, how to display items for maximum effect, and every detail that you might encounter on the day of your sale. She even gives readers advice for what to do post-sale, and how to get rid of the unwanted items.
Seavey shows why her advertising wisdom really sets her book apart from the rest in chapters such as, “The Seven Different Groups of People Who Will Come to Your Sale- Psychological Profiles of Each Group and What Motivates Them to Buy.” This is no amateur guide to garage sales- it incorporates time-tested techniques and theories from advertising with extensive personal experience in holding garage sales to help readers effortlessly throw a successful garage sale.
“One day I had an epiphany when I realized that there was a correlation between Direct Response advertising and garage sales, that could maximize your profitability and efficiency when throwing a garage sale,” said Seavey. “After years of trying different techniques and theories to figure out what works and what doesn’t work, I’m so excited to finally be sharing my advice with everyone! In these tough times, who wouldn’t want some extra cash? I feel great that I can help people achieve this.”
About Ava Seavey:
Ava Seavey, a “self-taught master of garagesaleology,” has combined her passion for garage sales with her years of professional advertising experience to produce a foolproof guide to having successful garage sales. After initially becoming involved in garage sales as a mode of supplemental income, Ava became fascinated by the different angles of buying and selling. As she developed her career in advertising, she noticed a correlation between the strategies and techniques behind both advertising and garage sales, and decided to put this knowledge into a guide that everyone could follow to hold an efficient, profitable, and fun garage sale.