Adam Ginsberg is an internet marketer. He has promoted software for marketing on Myspace and training on selling on eBay and written the book How to Buy, Sell and Profit on eBay.
Prior to venturing into sales on eBay, Ginsberg ran a business in San Diego selling pool tables. Although he claims to have been initially skeptical about selling through eBay, in 2001, he placed a pool table for sale on the service and met success. As a result, he continued to engage in eBay sales, expanding his online business and eventually closing his physical store.
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