Third Party Auction Spy Review
Auction Spy Overview
Long story short, the Auction Spy makes life easier for you by spying on auctions and making sure through eBay bids that you're spying at some of the best products around, or at least that's the idea of the whole thing.
Sold by the vendor Mspiva, you can use this tool in order to accurately determine which products are the top sellers in a given site, so that you can make a ton of money when you buy them and resell them afterwards, ensuring your business success.
Once you see Auction Spy in action, all doubts will be erased. It contains tons of features to spare, such as compatibility with eBay.com, eBay.com Australia (eBay.com.au), eBay.com California (eBay.ca), and eBay.com in the United Kingdom (eBay.co.uk).
Auction Spy is a product that allows you to gauge the top products in a flash. Instead of relying on sales secrets and tutorials, you can judge through reliable stats and analytics on what are the current sales trends and which auction items you definitely must have on the Internet.
The author of the program understands that his product—launched recently in August 24, 2014 for $47—which products to buy and enter a business with so that you can make loads of money like the sellers who've enjoyed success in selling certain commodities in certain markets.
This isn't a game of "Monkey See, Monkey Do"; there are loads more considerations when it comes to pinpointing what product you want to be a reseller of. Furthermore, it tells you which products are best-sellers so you too can discover their sales secrets through stats and demographics.
Auction Spy Pros and Cons
As its name suggests, Auction Spy enables you to spy on your auction competition and see why and how they're making so much money, from their promotions to the type of customers they're getting in the first place.
After finding out which products you should sell and how you should sell them, then you're already set. It's important to learn to sell products that people want to buy rather than market products to make them buy it.
The path of least resistance involves understanding what sells and what doesn't. You can be a trendsetter, sure, but be aware that the risk is higher and the payoff is rarer when it comes to attempting to set trends.
It's like trying to create a meme or a viral sensation; you can't and as soon as you try to force it, memes die.
Rather, it's better to allow customers the choice of accepting something as viral or amusing rather than synthetically constructing their opinion for them. This also works in business settings, apparently.
Knowing what people want is better than attempting to change their opinion on what you're offering so that they'd want it in accordance to what you're dictating.
Even Apple, the so-called corporation that supposedly dictates the opinions and needs of sheep, started out filling an unfilled niche—MP3 players—that no other company would (they'd rather ban MP3s altogether so that people would keep on buying CDs) even though there's a huge demand for it dictated by the customers rather than the companies.
Auction Spy is the kind of tool that's for the people and their wants or needs.