How well your eBay listings are optimised and how attractive they look, can significantly influence your overall conversion rate as a seller. The problem is, while a great eBay template design can subsequently improve your performance when selling on the marketplace, for those of you with little to no HTML template design experience, the process of creating these great listings can be extremely daunting.
Fortunately, the need to create a HTML eBay template from scratch isn’t a requirement for creating high-quality listings, nor is it even a possibility for many of you due to time-constraints. It is for this reason why we have put together a completely free eBay template that is fully responsive and mobile optimised.
While this won’t be fully prohibited until next year, it’s worth keeping in mind that it is already having a big effect on mobile listings, and it is therefore recommended that you update your eBay listing template design to reflect these changes, as soon as possible.
Optimise your eBay listings with great content
The fact is, a great eBay listing template is only as good as the content it uses. In other words, while this is a free eBay template, you will still need to invest the time into crafting compelling titles and product descriptions, in order to increase your visibility on the search engine’s results page, and ultimately encourage potential customers to purchase your goods.
It’s important that your product descriptions and images only convey accurate information. Saying something that is either misleading will only lead to negative feedback and the hassle of dealing with returns, not to mention the fact that it can be extremely detrimental to your brand’s reputation.
For more advice and best practices for improving your eBay listings so that they help you generate more sales, have a read of our detailed eBay seller guide.
More information about each section is provided in the template
Once you have downloaded your free HTML eBay template, it will display as a web page by default. You will notice that we have provided even more guidance and best practices for optimising your listings. To access and edit the HTML code, you will need to simply right-click on the page and save it to your computer. You will then be able to right-click on the saved file and open in notepad or ideally notepad++, where you will then be able to edit the code.
Start getting more from your eBay listings by downloading your free eBay template below.