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I had this question fired at me today on a telephone conversation with a prospect. The answer is the Cassini search is not affected by HTML templates.  You only have to see the recent blog on the World’s Top eBay Sellers to see this isn’t of concern.  However, if the template isn’t mobile responsive then […]

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Unlike eBay which offer a holiday mode option in Amazon all you can do is set your listings to inactive. You do this by doing the following in your seller central account Click “Settings > Account Info > Listing Status”  Set to “Inactive” Remember to reset to Active when you come back. However, be aware […]

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Web Retailer have updated the comprehensive list of the World’s Top eBay Sellers. A thoroughly well written article setting out to order the top 10 superstars per country. This has been gathered by positive feedback over the last 6 months up to May 2015 with the previous results published in February 2014. Please note the feedback […]

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If you don’t want to offer your customers the Argos Click & Collect on your listings you can easily opt-out through My eBay > Account > Site Preferences > Postage and packaging preferences > Opt-out. Step 1         Step 2            

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You might think that investing into a Live Chat feature is just for companies who have a lot of extra income to spend.  Or for those people who sell large bulky items that always come with questions.  For example you sell Hot Tubs and would like to know “How do I get the hot tub […]

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In Today’s blog we will be discussing the Abandoned Checkout, about how people change their mind before purchasing. Reasons why it happens? and how to lower the percentage of this happening in the future. My purpose is to help you convert this data into sales! I will split this blog into two. Concentrating my efforts […]

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A follow up to last weeks blog I wrote on “Mobilegeddon” please review a blog by Chris Crum here he outlines actual results of those sites and their percentage losses of traffic since the update along with a list of the successful sites who have improved their rankings for ensuring their sites were mobile compatible. “The […]

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The update today from Google will no doubt send ripples across the web as tentatively businesses wait  for whether their websites are deemed mobile-friendly and if not suffer the consequences and drop down  the search rankings and therefore reduce the number of visitors to their sites. People can check whether their website is classed as mobile-friendly […]

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