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Discover The Ultimate Step-By-Step Beginners Guide to Sell on eBay and Build a Successful Business Empire From Scratch and Live The Life Of Your Dreams Today!Back in the late 90s, at the beginning of the dot com bubble, a man named Pierre Omidyar founded an online platform called AuctionWeb. Back then it was kind of an online fair for collectors who bought and sold various items online via bidding and auction. But within a decade, ActionWeb transformed itself, rebranded as eBay and become the Giant multi-billion dollar e-commerce site where literally anyone, from 20-year-old college kid to 40-year-old mums can sell any kinds of goods online. eBay soon became THE platform for professional online retailers worldwide spanning its operations in more than 30 countries. For the past two decades, millions of people are using eBay to earn some extra cash or to sell unused items which could be useful to others who are looking for it. There are people whose first introduction to eBay happened when they were clearing their room and found old vinyl LP records and when they used eBay to sell them, they found out it was worth more than $500! You would be amazed to know that how much an old He-man action figure is worth on eBay, or those Pokemon cards that you once used to collect but totally forgot about it. Some vintage collectors' items are worth $1000-$20000 now and if you own such rare items, thousands of dollars are just few mouse clicks away! But all of these are just the tip of a huge iceberg. This is what people do when they want to sell second-hand items online. But eBay can offer more than that. It is a platform to build your own empire of successful e-commerce. When huge internet enthusiast Pierre had the idea of eBay (the known myth is that his wife influenced him to come up with this), his goal was to fill the gap in the market, a gap between potential buyers and seller. He wanted to build a network so that both parties can communicate to each other freely and easily without any third party in between. So he built eBay (AuctionWeb) as a level playing field where similar minded people could come and share their interests and exchange products with cash. By the time Pierre came up with eBay, he was already a successful millionaire who sold his business to Microsoft and yet to have his 30th birthday! So if you are confident and passionate enough, you can also become a successful entrepreneur, a trusted online retailer whose annual earning is a six figure digit (why not seven?). This book will guide you through a step by step process on the methods of selling, from basics to pro. You will learn secrets from already established sellers, tips, and tricks for successful selling and much more which will help you to become a super-seller in the eBay universe.
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This book is a revised and extended version of my PhD Thesis 'Logical Tools for Modelling Legal Argument', which I defended on 14 January 1993 at the Free University Amsterdam. The first five chapters of the thesis have remained almost completely unchanged but the other chapters have undergone considerable revision and expansion. Most importantly, I have replaced the formal argument-based system of the old Chapters 6, 7 and 8 with a revised and extended system, whieh I have developed during the last three years in collaboration with Giovanni Sartor. Apart from some technical improvements, the main additions to the old system are the enriehment of its language with a nonprovability operator, and the ability to formalise reasoning about preference criteria. Moreover, the new system has a very intuitive dialectieal form, as opposed to the rather unintuitive fixed-point appearance of the old system. Another important revision is the split of the old Chapter 9 into two new chapters. The old Section 9. 1 on related research has been updated and expanded into a whole chapter, while the rest of the old chapter is now in revised form in Chapter 10. This chapter also contains two new contributions, a detailed discussion of Gordon's Pleadings Game, and a general description of a multi-Iayered overall view on the structure of argu- mentation, comprising a logieal, dialectical, procedural and strategie layer. Finally, in the revised conclusion I have paid more attention to the relevance of my investigations for legal philosophy and argumentation theory.
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