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Start an eBay Store Use an eBay store to set up shop in your own little corner of the eBay universe, and watch sales take off.

By Janelle Elms

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Whether you're thinking about starting an eBay business or already have one, one of the best ways to maximize your profits is with an eBay Store. An eBay Store is a complete e-commerce solution that includes a customized web URL; easy-to-use branding templates; reporting tools; built-in, automated marketing and retention tools; and simple, effective search engine optimization-all for $15.95 a month for the Basic package.

Lisa Deriau (eBay User ID: the frenchybee), a Silver PowerSeller on eBay and owner with her husband, Hugues, of the award-winning eBay Store The Frenchy Bee, has observed the tremendous power of this online storefront solution. "Our eBay Store allows us to reach a large and immediate audience," says Lisa, 48. She adds that the overall layout of her Store, which sells imported French products and brings in about $23,000 a month, makes shopping easy, which is important for customer satisfaction and increasing sales.

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