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We have been busy this year adding some real cool functionality to our eBay shops and eBay templates.  More recently we have been experimenting with ABC Zone to provide the same functionality as seen on his website to that of his eBay store. See below we can now dynamically add “Deal of the week” options […]

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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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Selling on any social channel brings along it’s challenges. Ask any seller! And it’s important to improve your selling strategy regularly in order to maintain good results. To be that better seller you need to keep up to date with the eBay changes. You need to understand how a buyer thinks, how a buyer searches […]

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ABCZone Ltd – Is an online retailer specialising in supplying branded toys to both consumers and businesses alike. Towards the latter half of the year, they decided to focus on creating a responsive template for their eBay shop. Why create a responsive template? Problem 1 ABCZone noticed that they were getting a lot of questions […]

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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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With all the buzz about mobile and tablet sales on eBay.  I thought it useful to share this thread from a conversation with  Neil Waterhouse a successful eBay seller and renowned author.   He explained in a blog yesterday how his sales had increasing by a whopping 51% on eBay I will quote him directly: […]

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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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The problem with the eBay buyers is they are learning how to get items for free.  Yes I did say “Free”.   Because of the rules which we have to adhere to, to keep our ratings positive.  Buyers are becoming astute in complaining or even lying if an item hasn’t been received when it has. […]

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Selling online is becoming more and more common every day, even if there is the risk to lose your money or your product. The first big challenge is to create your online store in a way that shows confidence and reliability to buyers. You may ask, “what is the key to successful selling in the […]

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