Having just released details on Seller Release 12.2 USA, we are now pleased to detail Seller Release 12.2 for the United Kingdom www.eBay.co.uk.
This exciting new seller release is all about you, enhancing your eBay experience for both buying and selling on eBay. It’s about generating a better eBay experience to generate more traffic, increase buyer confidence and sales for you!
So what can you expect in the latest eBay Seller Release 12.2?
In order to help you better understand the upcoming changes on eBay.co.uk Seller Release 12.2, Frooition, the World’s leading eBay designer have put together a collection of FREE help articles.
(Please note, this is just a guide, always refer to your relevant eBay website for the latest accurate information)
eBay.co.uk SR12.2 Key Highlights
1) Increased Seller Protection
a) Contact seller first – February 2013
b) Report a buyer – October 2012
2) Improving listing visibility
a) Gallery View Update – Autumn 2012
b) Category and Item Specifics Changes – September 2012
c) Catalogue Changes & Google Products – August 2012
d) eBay Fast ‘N Free – October 2012
e) Manufacturer Warranty and Electronics – September 2012
f) New Item Condition Box – October 2012
g) Duplicate List Policy Update – September 2012
3) Supporting your business
a) Multi-variation Listings – September 2012
b) Business policies launch postponed – July 2012
c) New – Unit Prices – October 2012
d) My eBay Messages – September 2012
e) Checkout Comments Box – October 2012
f) Motors: New European Tyre Law – Today
g) Feature First – September 2012
4) Other Updates
a) International Selling
What do I need to do as a seller?
This latest seller release is being introduced from June – February 2013, as a seller you need to familiarise yourself with these updates and make changes where required to minimise sale interruptions and maximise your selling potential.
Check back each daily for a detailed release on each key highlight of eBay UK’s Seller Release 12.2!
Check back Tomorrow for the first part of this release Protection and rewards – ‘Increased Seller Protection’