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    EBAY store name help?

    Hey guys,
    I need your guys help figuring this one out as im tied between both choices and would like you to be the tie breaker. im trying to decide on a name for my ebay store. ill be selling mostly vintage baseball cards. would you pick:

    1. Bam Bam Sports Cards

    2. Bam Bam Vintage Cards

    I love the first option but also feel that if im going to be selling vintage cards that the second name might be more fitting/appealing to potential vintage card buyers?

    as a vintage card buyer, which name would you prefer? your thoughts please? thanks
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    2 if you are selling vintage
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    Why not then...?

    Bam Bam Vintage Sports Cards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Lima View Post
    Why not then...?

    Bam Bam Vintage Sports Cards
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    Yeah, if you're only selling vintage, I'd go with option #2.

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    #6
    option 2 or the marriage of the two together works....

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    Either one, I don't see how the former limits your ability to sell the latter
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    I'd go with the majority here but really a eBay store name matters almost as much as your user name...not much Just make sure you are making good titles on your auctions, that's where the hits will come from when people do searches.
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    That's the number one answer! I never search by seller, only by the cards or players on my want list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meliah View Post
    I'd go with the majority here but really a eBay store name matters almost as much as your user name...not much Just make sure you are making good titles on your auctions, that's where the hits will come from when people do searches.
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