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How To Improve Your eBay Listings For Increased Search Traffic & Visibility

Aimee Manning | October 24, 2017 | Comments

Before we start, I’m going to make an assumption – you are reading this because you want to find out how to get your eBay listings to appear at the top of relevant search results, so that you can in-turn drive more traffic to these listings and increase your sales.

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Topics: eBay, eCommerce Best Practices, eCommerce, Online Marketplace

eBay Launch A New Motor Parts Compatibility Tool

Aimee Manning | June 22, 2017 | Comments

If you are a seller of motor parts on eBay, you will be pleased to know that the marketplace has just released a Motor Parts Compatibility Tool, which is designed to help you maximise your search exposure and save on insertion fees.

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Topics: eBay, eCommerce News, eCommerce, Motor Parts

How To Comply With eBay's Active Content Ban: Updated Listing Templates

Aimee Manning | May 12, 2017 | Comments

eBay’s active content ban is fast approaching and to help reduce any concerns you may have about your listings, we have teamed up with eSellerSolutions to design two compliant eBay listing templates that you can use, free of charge.

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Topics: eBay, eCommerce

Turbo Lister Alternative For eBay Sellers

Aimee Manning | April 5, 2017 | Comments

While eBay announced its plan to discontinue Turbo Lister several months back, if as an eBay seller you are still using this listing tool, the good news is that there are alternative solutions available to you after June 2017, when the discontinuation will come into full effect.

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Topics: eBay, eCommerce, Listings, Turbo Lister

Your Options For Expanding Internationally With eBay

Aimee Manning | March 27, 2017 | Comments

Selling into international markets can make a huge difference to the overall success of your business, for the simple reason that you open your business up to millions of buyers located outside of the UK. Unfortunately, many UK sellers are put off selling overseas due to requirements involved with cross-border trade, i.e. customs duties, taxes and other import charges, as well as the perceived risk of selling into unknown territories.

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Topics: eBay, eCommerce, International Selling