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eBay to partner with MallforAfrica


MallforAfrica launched last year, with the premise of enabling African consumers to shop from Western retailers. With the MallforAfrica app, rather than using the retailer’s checkout, you use the checkout on the MallforAfrica tool bar. MallforAfrica then complete your purchase and arrange for the products to be onward shipped to Africa for delivery to your […]

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One Stop Order Processing introduce new features

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One Stop Order Processing has launched a new function that helps eBay and Amazon sellers coordinate their sales on both marketplaces. If you don’t know One Stop Order Processing, they’re a Devon based business with multichannel services that start from a fiver a month and can be scaled to serve everyone from small sellers to […]

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Motorcycle Parts Compatibility goes live on eBay 27/6/16

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eBay are going to fully launch the new revised compatibility section for motorcycles from the 27th June next week. You can specify which motorcycles and scooters your parts are compatible with the aim of more sales for you and making it easier for buyers to find exactly what they’re looking for. This is part of […]

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Storefeeder offer free training and set up

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If you’re looking for a multichannel management package to run your eBay, Amazon and Magento shop, Storefeeder is worth considering. This is especially so as set up and training often form the most expensive parts of setting up a multichannel management solution. Storefeeder are now offering FREE setup and FREE training on ALL packages, not […]

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CEO Devin Wenig talks about eBay’s future [video]

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In this video, eBay CEO Devin Wenig talks about his strategy for eBay. He claims that he is actually striving to make eBay less like Amazon and next day delivery isn’t the be all and end all of ecommerce. He also talks about Artificial Intelligence and why eBay doesn’t take Apple Pay. He was speaking […]

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eBay UK £1 capped fee promotion for casual sellers


eBay UK are running a lovely promotion for invited casual sellers where they can sell up to 100 items and pay no more than a quid an item for a successful sale. There’ll be no insertion fees, no more than £1 final value fee and the only extras to pay will be if you add […]

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eBay loses out due to PayPal withdrawal from Turkey


With PayPal having shut down operations in Turkey yesterday on the 6th of June, it’s now almost impossible for Turkish sellers to sell on eBay. The Turkish marketplace eBay acquired, GittiGidiyor have updated their payment policy to exclude PayPal. It used to read “You can only use Turkish Bank credit cards, ATM cards and PayPal […]

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Linnworks launches eBay competition analysis & pricing app

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Linnworks has launched an app aimed at eBay sellers with the specific purpose of helping you understand what your competition is up to and and how best to take them on. You can read about the new app on the Linnworks blog here. Here’s what they say the app can do: “The eBay Price and […]

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