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As you may know, eBay’s new Listing Policy Update (read about it here) will come into effect in just a couple of days, as September is right around the corner. Once the new policy is live, contact information such as phone numbers, contact details, email addresses and social media profiles won’t be allowed to be […]

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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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We have had a number of customers contact us asking if we are aware of any updates to the active content rules that eBay may limit in 2017 and is it worth waiting till the end of 2017 before proceeding with a design. From working with eBay for over 10 years we have learnt to […]

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Well there, isn’t that a surprise? eBay have just announced that starting 2017 they will be limiting the use of active content on sellers’ listings. However, it is not quite clear yet if these limitations will be enforced so there maybe a panic over nothing. Now, what is active content, you’re wondering? An example of […]

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Here we go again! Seems a regular occurrence from eBay that just when you have implemented the last set of changes in reference to your seller accounts – more notably the “EAN numbers” – that eBay announces yet more; and this latest set has already caused a stir in the eBay seller community. Let’s start […]

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  Adobe Flash, perhaps the world’s most loathed software, is finally dead. Basically, it’s been on its way out for years, but it recently received one of its major and final blows when Google and Mozilla decided to kill Flash ads in their browsers, whilst online marketplaces such as eBay have also removed Adobe Flash […]

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Why does your service cost so much? How can others offer the same service for a fraction of the price? These are questions that are frequently asked by those interested in getting a design for their eBay stores. It is a very good and valid question, as the smart buyer always shops around for the […]

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Many sellers are calling the support line this week as they cannot find the MPN numbers confusing! So firstly MPN is the abbreviation for Manufacturer Part Number Typically the MPN is to be found on the part or the packaging, or failing this you should be able to find it on the manufacturer’s web site. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Part_number So […]

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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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