Hi All, just a few points that came to mind when writing my e-Book, I was browsing the Masterclass forum and read the posts on time management. I though I would share some of the things that I found useful as my eBay business grew and how I have managed to save myself time.
As my business grew I found that it was taking me an almost inordinate amount of time just to manage my listings. So I started to use some of eBay’s free tools, this has helped me to automate a large part of my business.
If you are selling the same item over and over again, then the tool you need is Turbolister2. Turbolister2 allows you to import your active listings as well as your completed listings from eBay. You can delete duplicates or use the powerful design editor to change the listing and create a new variation on the existing listing. Its great advantage is that you can upload all you listings with a few mouse clicks and it will even work out your costs for you. You can download this for FREE by clicking HERE
Another great time saver is Selling Manager. Selling manager is a simply awesome sale management tool. Selling Manager replaces all you’re my eBay links with Selling Manager links, this takes several hours but it is all done for you so there are no worries. At first the interface will look overwhelming but you will soon get used to it. One of the great timesavers is that you can leave bulk feedback with just a few mouse clicks. This is also FREE upgrade now by clicking HERE.
A more advanced version with more features is called Selling Manager Pro, this is a subscription service at appox £5 per month. It has lots of additional features such as the ability to generate detailed selling reports and free listing scheduling. However unless you are dealing in very high volume Selling Manager will be good enough for most peoples needs.
Mandy Allen says
Hi Rob, this is a really useful post. I sell oil lamp glassware on ebay and sales are getting quite consistent now so any time saving tools are great for me, thanks.
Enjoy the journey.