Are you ready for mobile Valentine sales?

WidgetChimpAs you’ll already know, mobile on eBay is huge with over 40% of transactions now being touched by customers using mobile devices. WidgetChimp can help you by creating eBay listing templates that work on desktops as well as mobile devices.

WidgetChimp Now Supports 20 eBay Listing Tools

Run by Matthew Ogborne, WidgetChimp have just completed their 20th integration with 3rd Party eBay listing tools. All the common ones you would expect are supported such as M2E Pro, SixBit, Linnworks, ChannelAdvisor, eSellerPro, SellerExpress, ChannelGrabber and StoreFeeder.

However many other tools have been integrated too, this includes OpenBay Pro, BrightPearl, Auctiva, Exact Abacus, InkFrog & InkFrog Open, PlentyMarkets, Neto (AU), Ecomdash, Vendio, Seller Dynamics and Solid Commerce has been added too.

What this means for you is that if you select one of the service providers above, when you download your listing template, the keywords and variables are pre-populated for you, making it easy to use with your existing listing software.

We’re into “copy & paste” territory, the way it should be!

Remote control responsive listing templates

Besides the extensive compatibility with the software tools above, the responsive eBay listing templates can be “Remote Controlled”.

For example we have Valentines Day coming up shortly, you could be running a special promotion, but when it’s finished, you don’t need to go back and revise each listing individually.

Instead, we have Mothers Day coming up soon (March 15th just in case you forget!), you can update your banners, colour scheme, well anything about the listing template and then revise your listings design immediately.

Your listing title, description and images stay the same, after all thats the reason for the vast integrations into the eBay listing tools, however besides that you can remote control everything else about your listing.

You can try WidgetChimp Free for 7 days and if you’d like to see WidgetChimp in action here’s a video to show you more: