Created by Ben Doyle, Auction Sales Machine has been created as a guide to leveraging repeat custom to increase the revenue of your eBay business.
What is the product?
Auction Sales Machine is a PDF document that over 36 pages shows users the methods that Ben Doyle claims that he used to double the profits of his eBay business. Essentially this is handled through using your purchasers emails to create a mailing list where you can send them information about your latest offers etc. What isn’t made clear in the promotional material is whether or not you offer users a way of opting in or simply use the email address linked to the PayPal account. Whilst Ben Doyle claims that the methods Auction Sales Machine uses are within the rules of eBay and PayPal, if it is the latter it seems rather questionable. That aside, at the core of Auction Sales Machine is the idea that people who have bought off you once will be interested in the other items and therefore you have customers waiting to buy your products rather than you having to find them.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Ben Doyle has chosen to sell Auction Sales Machine for £27. This does come with a one year guarantee whereby if you are unhappy with Auction Sales Machine you can claim a refund. In terms of earnings, I am not entirely sold on doubling your income. This is something that will work for certain niches but that is about it. If for example you sell antique furniture, your list may be interested in new items that you list. If however you sell TV’s, it is unlikely that the people that have bought from you in the last 12 months will be looking to upgrade.
Does the product provide value for money?
If you fall into that category of seller who can generate repeat custom then I believe that Auction Sales Machine definitely is value for money. Otherwise I am not so certain.
Auction Sales Machine is rather divisive in so much as there are people that it will work for, and probably work for exceptionally well. For others it will more likely than not be a waste of time. You probably already know which category you fall into and if not, Auction Sales Machine may still be worth a try if only because you have a year to claim your money back if it doesn’t work for you.