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  Turbo Lister has been with the eBay community from the early 2000’s and its long run has come to an end.  eBay has discontinued the widely used listing tool June this year, no longer offering support for it and letting the users find a solution themselves. Why should I choose Ad-Lister? – you may ask […]

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eBay’s latest update, regarding contact details and the utilisation of links & hyperlinks, will come into effect at the beginning of September 2017. From September 2017, contact information won’t be allowed in item descriptions. This includes: phone numbers or contact details email addresses or social media profiles images, eBay Shops or seller profiles Now you […]

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For over 20 years, Amazon have focused almost exclusively on the consumers. But in 2015 Jeff Bezos decided that it needed to do a better job at tapping into the online business-to-business market which is worth £96.5 billion in the UK alone, according to the office of National Statistics. That’s when he launched a new free-to-use […]

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Recently, Chrome began shipping with Flash disabled by default.  Normally this is fine, as Flash is on it’s way out, but not for those who administer Magento 1.9.x sites.  If you use the latest Chrome and log into the backend of your Magento site to edit product images, you might see something like this: Instead […]

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Selling specific seasonal products on eBay can be quite difficult at times, but what exactly are these seasonal products? Let’s take two basic examples –  Christmas lights and swimsuits. Nobody will buy a set of Christmas lights in June, for example. Sure, there might be a few conscious buyers that are looking to buy Christmas […]

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Since the release of smartphones, there are more users browsing the internet from mobile devices – mobile web browsing has been steadily growing, overtaking the traditional computer in October 2016, with mobile and tablet browsing accounting for 51.3% compared to the desktop’s 48.7%, according to data from web analytics firm StatCounter. Mobile compatibility is very […]

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Photobucket for many years has been a favourite amongst online sellers. A place to store your images for free and be able to use these images on eBay, Amazon, your own website, Facebook and Twitter. However, from June 20th they have moved to a paid service. An expensive hype when the service will set you […]

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Many site admins have asked me, “How do I set up taxes in Magento now that the UK is leaving the EU?” First and foremost, you can leave it how it is for the moment. In the coming months and years the changes will come. The change mainly affects sites that have a large volume […]

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