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The importance of keeping your logo up-to-date You might be asking yourself, why is a logo redesign important and why should you be considering it? Like many aspects of online marketing, your logo has a certain shelf life and thus, should be redesigned over time in order to give your company and your brand a […]

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There must’ve been instances where you overheard conversations, discussions about how the “UI”of a website is, and you might’ve wondered if those people are using this slang just to look cool? Let’s show you all about the basics of UI design. What is UI Design? User Interface (UI) design is focused on anticipating what a […]

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Whenever people think about website designs, they tend to imagine a modern and futuristic, yet simple and elegant website design that is capable of incorporating all the information and the details that a website’s visitor might be looking for. These designs are illustrated with fragments of the creator’s imagination, turning website designs into a modern […]

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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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  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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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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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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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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