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New website allows eBay sellers to increase sales by making listings “appear” to be running out of stock.

This tool will increase sales and make you more money for your items

According to the creators of Scarcity Manager, almost half a million people make a full-time living from eBay sales. This newly launched website will allow those people, or anyone who wants to make income, to use a compatible application that creates scarcity for eBay listings therefore increasing their demand and increasing sales. For a limited time Scarcity Manager is offering a 30 day free trial.

eBay encourages sellers to post the entire quantity available for any given item. The creators of Scarcity Manager, however, realize that people are more likely to buy an item, or all remaining items, if an item is running out. That’s where the Scarcity Manager comes in. Using Scarcity Manager you are able to designate how many remaining items to display. You can tell Scarcity Manager to always only display two or three pieces; it will also post the message “Limited Stock Remaining.” Each time an item sells, Scarcity Manager automatically updates the quantity being shown to your allocated number. It will continue to do this until items are sold out.
“Selling items on eBay can be easy, but getting the most money for your items and selling them quickly is an art,” says Jordan Hannes. “This tool will increase sales and make you more money for your items.”

Introducing Scarcity radically changes the supply/demand ratio of listings since all items appear to be running out of stock. This also creates a call-to-action to the buyer who does not want to miss out on the item.

Scarcity Manager is easy to use. Simply register for a free account and start listing. For a limited time try Scarcity Manager free for 30 days. The regular cost for Scarcity Manager is a flat $5 fee per month plus .02 cents per inventory update.

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