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  1. #1 Selling NDSi 
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    good luck with the sale
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    Thank you.

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    as an experienced ebay seller, i feel i have to offer some advice on your ad.

    first, its not very enticing to a buyer. the picture is too dark, the ds is closed, you dont say very much about it, and the starting bid is too high.

    with that being said, i suggest retaking the photo with better lighting, with the DS open so the buyer can see the screens. buyers tend to have more confidence in purchasing a used system if they can see more of it. try shooting the ds at a 3/4th angle so light will hit the screens and show what kind of condition theyre in. could also add a 2nd pic of the screens as well as a pic with the system powered on, again, it adds confidence in the buyer. also in the reshoot, you should include everything that youre offering with the system. you mention it in the ad but dont show it in the pic.

    on to the actual ad. you dont really say enough about the system. its too straight to the point. it helps to state when and where you purchased it, how long you owned it, mention it was well cared for, mention it comes from a smoke/pet free home if it applies. details such as these help the buyer get a grasp of the systems history and add more confidence in their purchase.

    and finally, id like to share a sellers tactic with you. when doing an auction, set the starting bid at $1, but have a reserve of $100, like your initial bid on the current ad. low starting bids cause more interest in buyers, and if they bid on it multiple times, they could be drawn into a bidding war with another buyer and net you a better price when you sell it. ive used that same tactic a couple times and it works well.

    hopefully my tips help you out, good luck!
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    What she said.

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