Although it may not be ideal, sometimes listings that you have already posted on eBay need to be taken down. Maybe your supplier suddenly informed you that it is out of stock or you realized it is no longer profitable for you to be selling it. Whatever the reason, this is the only post you will need to understand how to take down an eBay listing.
eBay is a highly competitive eCommerce platform and perhaps one of the most popular and competitive selling categories is the clothing category. While the eBay clothing market has the potential to be a lucrative business for sellers, it can be difficult easy to stand out amongst a sea of competition. Read this post if you want to be a top seller in terms of clothing on eBay!
Like any retail platform- virtual or traditional- eBay gives buyers the option to return unsatisfactory products for a refund. While refunds are not the ideal outcome of a sale for anyone involved, they are a fundamental part of the selling experience and should be treated with care. Read on if you want to learn how to handle refunds in the best way possible.
Creating invoices is an integral part of selling on eBay. More often than not sellers get confused in terms of how to go about doing this as well as what the best practices are when issuing an invoice – in this to the point post we will give you practical step-by-step guidance on creating the most professional eBay invoices.
The world of eCommerce has become increasingly popular as a lucrative side gig- or even career- for savvy online business owners. As one of the longest-lasting and trusted online retailers, selling on eBay can be quite competitive. There are many moving parts behind a successful eBay listing and as a beginner seller it can be difficult to keep track of them when you are just getting started. Perhaps one of the most important considerations for eBay sellers looking to increase their profits is an examination of their eBay listing practices. A strong understanding of eBay listing tools is key to mitigating your costs and preventing the additional labor of listing and relisting the same items time and time again, only to have them not sell.
As the default method available to sellers, PayPal is by far the most popular payment method used on the platform. PayPal is a great option for new and experienced sellers alike as it provides built-in security features that add on to the safety measures already taken by eBay. These additional safety measures go a long way in protecting transactions for both buyers and sellers. In this article, we will go over how to link your PayPal and eBay accounts and the benefits of using PayPal with eBay.
Increasing your eBay sales in 2020 is your primary concern. Here are 5 things you should be doing in order to take your eCommerce business one step further this year.