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|March 20, 2014 01:10 PM EDT||
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Author Christopher Matthew Spencer answers the age-old question "...can I do it all...from home?" in his latest book release. "GROW RICH with eBay Consignment" explores Spencer's 15 years of experience in the eBay consignment industry, where items are sold on commission for others; an ideal business for someone who has no start-up capital to open their own business. Spencer operates his eBay consignment enterprise while simultaneously carrying on a full time job providing marketing and business development consulting to kathy ireland Worldwide and many Fortune 1000 companies, including eBay, NETGEAR, Visa, and Qualcomm.
"'GROW RICH with eBay Consignment' is a powerful tool for achieving financial goals online. Christopher Matthew is an eBay pioneer. I don't believe in 'get rich schemes' — Christopher Matthew's wealth of wisdom will give you a foundation for success. Christopher Matthew has the rare combined talents of a historian, an innovator and a leader in the unique arena of eBay business development. I believe, if you read this book and apply the education here, you will find what you need to know to become a vendor, who is respected and successful on eBay and beyond," says Kathy Ireland, Chairman, CEO and Chief Designer, kathy ireland Worldwide.
While Spencer's book presents a considerable amount of information for setting up a bricks-and-mortar eBay business, the book is primarily focused on helping anyone earn more money without an upfront investment.
"I wrote the 'GROW RICH with eBay Consignment' book as a solution for women. Stay-at-home moms have been asking me for advice on earning money using eBay while at home. I wanted to be in service to these incredible women who support their families and make major sacrifices to do so. I'm sure that men will enjoy my book too, but I wrote it for her," comments Spencer.
Publication Date: March 5, 2014
Page Count: 300
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 7" x 10"
Color: Black and White
Category: Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
Library of Congress Control Number: 2013916950
GROW RICH with eBay Consignment, 1st Edition
The Spencer Company
PO Box 1862
Beverly Hills, CA 90213-1862
Copyright © 2014 by Christopher Matthew Spencer
Additional advance praise:
"For over a decade, I've watched Christopher Matthew Spencer refine his consignment seller business. He is one of the few that succeeded and mastered this occupation. If you are serious about starting your own, this book must be your guide."
—Marsha Collier, author of 42 books on eBay, social media commerce and customer service; radio host and Forbes Top Influencer
"Christopher Matthew Spencer has done an amazing job of explaining the nuts and bolts of running an eBay consignment business. Whether you are a one-person operation or a well-staffed business, you'll benefit from Christopher Matthew's advice."
—Ina Steiner, editor of EcommerceBytes
About the Author:
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Christopher Matthew Spencer was among the earliest adopters of the internet. He's been writing books and articles and developing successful education for entrepreneurs and internet users ever since. He has sold over 200,000 items online and provided consulting to kathy ireland Worldwide and many Fortune 1000 companies, including eBay, NETGEAR, Visa, and Qualcomm.
Christopher Matthew has provided comprehensive training at more than 200 industry trade shows and has delivered keynotes and presentations at the top ten trade shows in the world. He served as an official product evangelist for eBay University for six years growing the brand in eBay's early years.
Christopher Matthew is the eBay and PayPal content author for Lynda.com, a highly-successful online software training library that provides education to millions of students.
Christopher Matthew has successfully bought and sold many companies and has run a bakery, an office products distribution company, a commercial fundraising agency, a television production company, a publicity firm, a celebrity brokerage, a hotel, a bar, a restaurant, and a real estate development firm.
He presently owns and operates a full-service marketing, consulting, and technology agency servicing firms of all sizes. Christopher Matthew attributes his success to an optimistic attitude and the pursuit of all things fun. He is an insatiable learner and he loves sharing his knowledge with anyone who desires it.
Christopher Matthew received an honorable discharge from the United States Navy after eight years of loyal service.
Christopher Matthew was born in Columbus, Ohio; grew up in Falls Church, Virginia; and now lives in Burbank, California.
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