With over 58 million downloads of eBay apps, eBay are putting a huge emphasis on sellers to create high quality listings that enhance the eBay buying and selling experience.
(Please note, always refer to your relevant eBay website for the latest accurate information)
To remain competitive follow eBay’s good listing practises:
- Write a good, clear and concise title (http://pages.ebay.ie/help/sell/title_desc_ov.html)
- Write a detailed and specific item description
- Use eBay item specifics (http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/item_specifics.html)
- Use high quality large photos of your items
– Upload at least one picture for every listing, up to the limit of 12
– Ensure a minimum longest-picture-side length of 400 pixels
– Avoid borders and text in your pictures
– When listing items which are not brand new, ensure you use your own picture as the primary listing photo. Don’t use a stock photo as your main picture for used items listed with the catalogue
As a seller, how does this help me?
By following good listing practises you will not only better meet eBay requirements but can benefit from increased search visibility, increased buyer transparency, increased buyer confidence and therefore more sales!
What do I need to do as a seller?
- Familiarise yourself with these new changes
- Revise your existing listings to meet good eBay listing practises
Check back tomorrow for details on Category and Item Specifics Changes (Early May)
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