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WisePricer–In addition to their long list of supported platforms, WisePricer.com now supports Magento shopping carts! As one of the most popular eCommerce platforms, offering compatible sync with Magento was our next logical step.
Online retailers can now enjoy the capabilities of Magento with WisePricer’s intelligent repricing tool. With this added compatibility, Magento users can reprice in real time, monitor their competitors and compete wisely in the online marketplace.
This added functionality provides over 100,000 Magento users with a simple, accurate and competitive repricing tool that syncs seamlessly with their online store.
WisePricer fully supports an array of eCommerce platforms, from Shopify to eBay and Amazon.
For more information about WisePricer and eCommerce repricing tools, visitwisepricer.com
Appeagle.com–If the message boards are any indication, eBay has a glitch that it needs to contend with. That is, if it hopes to satisfy the hoards of unhappy sellers who seem to be affected by said glitch. Says one eBay seller, posted on ECommerceBytes, reads, “This week I have had 2 customers angry and refusing to pay, claiming that my auction stated free shipping, but their invoices and PayPal statements add shipping charge.
“I have been selling for 10 years, 7 years professionally, and have NEVER offered free shipping on any item. And when I look at those same auctions I see a calculated shipping rate. If it was just one customer I would assume he was lying, but 2 in one week, sounds more like an eBay glitch.”
The same seller speculates that this problem may be why some sellers are getting bad stars on shipping. If the seller thinks they’re getting free shipping only to turn around and pay for shipping, they’re not going to be happy about it.
Kabbage.com—We’re excited about a brand new tool for eBay sellers that can help them differentiate their business from the competition and create a professional, brand-centric identity on the world’s largest online marketplace. Frooition has just launched their first eBay design solution which enables sellers to create and update their own eBay store.
Here are some of Frooition’s cool new features that are designed specifically to help online sellers:
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Whether it’s a small start-up business or million dollar company, merchants are continuously looking for new and efficient ways of increasing sales. From new marketplaces to integrated selling tools, business owners are now turning to technology and software for answers. With over 20,000 customers and 2500 online merchants experiencing success, Monsoon Commerce has become the #1 ecommerce solutions provider for online sellers and merchants. They provide business intelligence and insight so merchants can grow their business efficiently and successfully.
October 19, 2012—eBay is known for offering a variety of promotions for new and old sellers alike. This time however, eBay UK is offering something different. From October 22-26, all UK Store owners can list up to 50,000 fixed-price listings with eBay UK. Although eBay typically extends free-listing promotions to casual sellers, this recent campaign is for UK store owners only.
The new promotion applies to all eBay.co.uk business sellers who are registered as resident in the UK and own either a Basic or Featured store during October 22-26. UK business sellers must meet eBay’s minimum seller performance standards and list items in eligible categories only. Any sellers registered after March 15, 2011 may be limited to selling a maximum of 10 items or 650 pounds per month. Auction listings are excluded, as are duration listings of 3, 5, 7, and 10 day.
UK business sellers listing fixed-price 30 day or GTC formats through eBay Seller Tools, Sell Your Item Form, Mobile apps, and many third-party tools will automatically receive zero Insertion fees.
eBay UK listing conditions are as follows:
For more information see website for restrictions
November 28, 2012—Tis the season for holiday cheer and eBay is making it particularly special this year with their newest promotion for marketplace sellers. Earlier this week eBay sent eligible sellers an invitation to participate in their free-listing promotion called “Get a Holiday Bonus- sell what you don’t use for cash”. Invited sellers can list up to 5,000 fixed-price listings with absolutely no listing fees from November 28-December 3, 2012.
To qualify for this invitation, sellers must meet eBay’s minimum seller performance standards and the promotion will become activated with the seller’s qualifying eBay User ID. eBay also mentioned in the promotion terms, “For sellers listing with any tool other than the latest version of the Sell Your Item form (SYI 3.0), the Promotional Rate will not be shown during the listing process. Instead, the discount will be reflected in the “View Account Status” section in My eBay, as well as in your next invoice.”
Earlier this week, eBay announced they would be crediting any sellers impacted by a glitch that occurred with one of their new features. The Item Condition notes, which launched in mid-November, caused numerous sellers to pay extra for conditioning notes in their listings without actually having them visible to buyers. eBay explained the error in an email sent to impacted sellers:
We’re writing to let you know that as a result of a technical issue in eBay’s Sell Your Item listing tool, some listings were displaying sample text in the item condition notes field and not the text you may have entered.
Impacted listings included the following text at the top of the listing near the item condition: “Example: The right leg of the chair has a small scratch, and on the seat back there is a light blue stain about the shape and size of a coin.”
The issue was resolved the week of November 19, and the text has been removed from all listings. Rest assured, eBay will automatically refund all fees (final value fee, insertion fee, and feature fees) associated with the impacted listings – both for listings of items already sold, as well as active listings. You will see these credits on your upcoming billing statement.
We appreciate your willingness to take advantage of new features like this one designed to help you sell. Introducing these improvements without a hitch is important to us. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
As always, thank you for selling on eBay.
The eBay Selling Team
eBay is ringing in the New Year with a bang. eBay.com sent out invitations to eligible sellers inviting them to participate in their latest promotion to kick-off the New 2013 Year. From January 13- January 19, 2013, sellers can list up to 50,000 auction-styled listings with no Insertion fees. This is great news for eBay sellers looking to expand their listing items in 2013.
Although the current promotion isn’t for every eBayer, invited sellers can list products for free using the Buy It Now option along with 1-, 3-, 5-, 7-, and 10-day durations. eBay’s latest promotion is only for sellers who qualify and have received an email or message in their My eBay account. The online marketplace will automatically activate seller listings that are eligible for the promotion and only sellers whose accounts meet eBay’s minimum seller performance standards are able to participate.
Third-party sellers using listing tools other than the latest version of the Sell Your Item will not have access to the promotion rate during the listing process. To view the promotional rate, sellers will have to view their account status in the My eBay section. eBay’s latest promotion includes all existing selling limits on category and item listings.
To read more this eBay promotion and view details and restrictions, please visit eBay’s website.
It seems eBay sellers may finally have something to rejoice about. Appearing on eBay’s announcement page early this week, sellers are eligible to receive up to 5,000 listings FREE from August 8 through August 18, 2012 in the fixed price format. The drawback? Only sellers who meet eBay’s minimum seller performance standards are entitled to this promotion, excluding eBay store subscriptions and auction-style listings.
For 11 days sellers will be able to automatically receive eBay’s promotional insertion-fee rate when listing fixed priced items. This offer is valid on eBay’s U.S site (www.ebay.com), eBay Motors-Parts & Accessories only (www.eBayMotors.com), and eBay Canada (www.ebay.ca).
All other fees apply, see eBay’s website for details and restrictions.
October 26, 2012—For years eBay.com clinched tightly to shipping methods through USPS and UPS by incorporating them into their single label printing flow. Now, eBay is finally adding FedEx to the mix. eBay announced earlier this week they are currently running a pilot program for select sellers that will allow them to print FedEx labels for orders. This is great news for eBay sellers as more and more sellers are looking for convenient and fast shipping options.
eBay plans to run the test pilot program until the end of the year and begin full availability to all users starting the first quarter of 2013. Sellers will soon be able to print FedEx labels directly from eBay’s single label pricing flow. To access this feature, sellers can simply go to their My eBay and find the FedEx selection there. Although FedEx will not be included in eBay’s shipping calculator during the pilot program, they are currently working on additional features with FedEx that will become available to sellers in the first quarter of 2013. Like the name says, eBay’s shipping calculator automatically provides sellers with accurate shipping cost to buyers based on their location.
Spokesmen for eBay also noted that eBay will not add the FedEx label-printing capability to PayPal as this feature focuses mainly on eBay.