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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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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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This new feature in ad-lister allows users to multiple select several images in one go.  As Andy demonstrates in this video this feature has been requested by several customers and speeds up the listing process on eBay.  

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Greetings and Happy New Year to all our Ad-Lister users and may 2015 bring you all business success and growth in the year ahead! Along with the New Year your favourite e-bay listing tool has had a few new improvements, and this following article will briefly describe each of them along with future plans for […]

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Bespoke development is required when you need a feature that isn’t available from either your shopping channel (eBay/Amazon) or your own shopping cart/website. With any development you need to ensure you have a detailed specification of what it is you want to achieve. This way the software team can ensure you get the right price and service as well […]

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I have been asked lots of times “Why should I pay that much for a listing design when eBay will do it cheaper?” and I thought this is a good time to share some of my thoughts. As you know eBay have implemented a new feature called Listing designer which will allow you to customize […]

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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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                      Wow, we are now into Quarter 4 of 2014 where has the time gone? Do you remember the bear in the John Lewis Christmas advert playing one of my favourite songs Somewhere Only We Know from Keane. That advert helped contribute an online sales increase of 22.6% […]

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Dear eBayers from 14 August eBay will be changing the fees for eBay sellers. Here is a list of what has changed so you in turn can update your spreadsheets. BTW all Ad-Lister customers using the profit and loss tool this will update automatically so you don’t need to do anything. There is one positive! […]

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