Shipping Internationally: Best Practices to Get your Orders Overseas

570x102_top-rated-header2Top Rated Seller Webinars is a monthly webinar series helps eBay sellers grow sales and become more successful. Presenters include eBay staff, e-commerce experts and application companies.

Opening up your eBay listings to international sales is a great opportunity to grow revenue. However many sellers get scared away by the complexity of shipping packages overseas. Join Bryan Goodman and Jason Smith of and Eric Nash of as they show you how easy it is to ship internationally, and discuss common issues that come up with international package delivery.

Topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Selling & Shipping to International Markets
  • Options for Shipping Internationally
  • Understanding Customs Forms and Duties/Taxes
  • Shipping to Problem Countries
  • How Tracking Works for International Packages
  • Dealing with Lost International Packages
  • Plus much more!

About the Presenters: and  Jason Smith and Bryan Goodman are Top Rated Sellers who have each been selling on eBay for over 12 years. Nearly all of the products they sell come from thrift stores. Known in the eBay community as “Thrifting with the Boys,” Jason and Bryan are regular guests on eBay Radio and have presented to standing room-only audiences at eBay on Location, eBay Radio Party and other e-commerce events. They also serve as Worthologists for Worthopedia, lead a popular Facebook group and offer thrifting excursions. Jason and Bryan recently created a new shipping educational website called, where they share knowledge, advice and success stories on how to ship products worldwide.

240x260_EricNash_HeadShotEric Nash of  Eric is the Senior Director of Online Marketing for (Nasdaq:STMP), a leading provider of Internet-based postage services with nearly 500,000 customers. His responsibilities are focused on online customer acquisition including search engine marketing, social media and display advertising. enables small businesses, online retailers and warehouse shippers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage right from their home or office with just a computer, printer, and Internet connection.