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  Turbo Lister eBay’s very own listing tool has been a major part of the eBay community from the early 2000’s.  eBay sadly discontinued the widely used listing tool in June this year, no longer offering support for it and letting the users find alternative solution for themselves. JTI (JustTemplateIT) is not just a design […]

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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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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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You may have heard people talking about “Drop Shipping” and making references to ‘data feeds’ in the same sentence.  What is it all about? Drop shipping has made sellers lives easier because it removes the need of storing and packing of the products (fulfilment of orders).  It has become a very common practice in recent […]

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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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It seemed it was only 12 months ago when eBay announced it was closing its Magento Go platform which if you recall was the starter package offered for SME businesses. Now Amazon has informed via email that it plans to shut down its Amazon Webstore business with immediate effect on new prospects and existing clients […]

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Even though eBay is up and running this morning some of it’s functions are for some reason not working. It seems that many sellers are unable to access sold items, messages or pretty much anything else that they need to do to get the weekend’s orders shipped and run their businesses. Some actions ran from […]

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Recently Andrew from JTI wrote a useful article to help you establish if your eBay and websites are mobile and tablet compatible.

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We have received many questions recently surrounding the subject of what is responsive web design (RWB). So we decided to put this blog together to give you an overview. The definition of responsive web design is directly related to the appearance of your design and the way the HTML has been coded. It is simply […]

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Using a combination of the Ad-Lister sales tool and Google Analytics we are able to measure which device your traffic is coming from. With the recent statistics from eBay announcing that 40% of its sales are coming from a mobile or tablet device this information is essential to your business success. Below is a daily […]

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