Tag: Black Friday

Christmas 2022: Why It’s Never Too Early To Think About The Holidays

We might be in the midst of another extreme heatwave this summer, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start thinking about Christmas. If the dog days of summer mean anything to online retailers, this time of year should be about getting ready for the peak Q4 Holiday sales season. Getting ready for peak means having all of your marketing strategies lined up and ready to go. For the typical online marketplace seller, this might mean ensuring your listings are fully optimised in terms of eBay listing best practices. For more sophisticated multi-channel online retail businesses, a priority could be ensuring their MarTech stack is fully aligned to manage the opportunity in the most efficient manner possible. Learn More:… Read more »

How eBay Sellers Manage Their Holiday-Themed Templates

Optimising your eBay listings for the many different seasonal opportunities should be a priority on your holiday marketing “to-do” list. But who has the time at this time of the year to update their holiday-themed templates for Halloween, Black Friday, Christmas, New Year, and the January Sales? Celebrating the festive season isn’t a problem for many Frooition clients. They enjoy the opportunity to turn on their eBay holiday-themed branding with just a few simple clicks in our software. eBay Seasonal Listing Templates Frooition’s pre-made seasonal templates enable eBay sellers to concentrate on fulfilling orders and keeping their customers happy, knowing that their eBay listings look great and are optimised to match the current selling season. Seasonal eBay listing themes cost… Read more »

Has Christmas Come Early for eBay Sellers?

eBay Christmas Shopping

The month of October and Halloween traditionally marks the start of the busy holiday sales season with eBay sellers gearing up for what should be the most wonderful time of the year. But 2021 is no ordinary year (as if you needed reminding). Instead, many online retailers are navigating what could be described as the perfect logistic storm. While every Christmas sales period is frantic, this year there will be absolutely no room for complacency. Primed by panic-buying at the petrol pumps and the sight of empty shelves in supermarkets, consumers already know that the retail industry faces its challenges this year. This news has been amplified by headlines screaming about retailers chartering ships to attempt to circumnavigate the threat… Read more »