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It is our responsibility as website designers to deal with legislation. GDPR is a threat and a legal requirement to you as a business owner.  Unlike any other law this applies to every single business in the UK including startups and businesses with just one person. Not heard about it? There have been adverts running […]

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Yesterday eBay published the Spring seller updates.   Another year and yet more significant changes I hear you all cry!   Many of our phone calls were focused on the custom ebay shops last week.  What does it all mean?   eBay have stated the following:   “Starting in May 2018, we will begin updating […]

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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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Although this news was being talked about for many months it was the surprise at how quickly it followed the Google local search changes that again had major impacts on businesses (showing only 3 results in the search page rather than the previous 7) Removing the right hand side adverts puts more pressure on the […]

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With the success of Black Friday and Cyber Monday we are continuing this month with our 25% offer throughout December.  We appreciate its a busy time for all sellers this month. Drop us an email or call us on 0121 285 1050 for our prices.

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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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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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