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How to write a good description?
You need to think about your item’s features
well. Such as:
* What material is it made of?
Leather, wood, glossy paper etc.
When was it made? French antique, fine art oil painting 1826
What company/artist/designer/author made it?
Gucci Women Purse
* What condition is it in?
NIB (new in box)
* Is the item new, used, or still under warranty?
Genuine leather lifetime warranty!
* Be sure to mention any flaws or repairs.
Used carpet, at the left edge has a small tear.
* What are its dimensions?
Miniature Turkish Woven Rug ‐4X6
* What country/location is it from?
This camera made in Germany, not Japan.
* Does it have any notable features or markings?
The coat has coffee stain.
* Does it have a special background or history? It is important to write your
version of the item’s story if you like to give personality. Buyers like to read
these details. For instance, the purse you are selling used by your
grandma. You may tell; Classic beaded 1920’s black purse.
My grandmother who only used this purse only at the weddings! She went
only five weddings in her lifetime. She did not like much weddings anyway.
It is much better way to say; this bag hardly ever used.
* Highlighting the value and savings for buyers.
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