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Get featured in the 2014 Tamebay eBay & Ecommerce Guide

By Chris Dawson November 7, 2013 - 7:30 am

Tamebay Guide 2013It’s that time of year again, when Dan and I are busy searching for all the new tools and services that have come onto the market to compile the annual Tamebay Tools and Services Guide. We’ve already stumbled on a host of new utilities this year but we need your help to ensure we get the full picture.

If you have found a great new service, we’d love to hear about it. And if you’re a developer and would like to get your tool included in the Tamebay Guide for 2014 get in touch and we’ll be delighted to hear from you.

Now in it’s fourth year, we expect the Tamebay Guide 2014 to be bigger and better than ever before. It started off as just a PDF download in 2010. Over the years, the guide has been downloaded more than 30 thousand times.

In 2013 we added a website guide too and that’s proved hugely popular, and even eclipsed the download. We’re really pleased with how tamebayguide.com performed in its first year but we know that with optimisation and tweaking it can do even better so we’re in the process of creating a new home page. We have some other ideas as well to make the guide even more useful for our readers and are keeping the techies busily writing code.

We’ve got a deadline of the 12th of December to pull in all the content so don’t delay, drop us a line and we’ll make sure you, or your favourite service, is included.

  • 4 years ago

    http://invoiceable.co is something I have found very useful for creating professional invoices which also allow payment through paypal.

    • 4 years ago

      Oh I like it! Thanks Craig, that’s going straight into the finance and payments section :-)

    • 4 years ago

      That’s EXACTLY the neat little sort of timesaver that we like!

  • 4 years ago

    EZBOB is an innovative unsecured loan provider to e-commerce business in the UK. They are integrated with many of the main seller platforms i.e. ebay, amazon, play.com, etc. The process is extremely simple. It takes applicants less than 30 minutes to complete 3 online steps. The decision is instant and the money can be in your funds shortly after. Payments are extremely flexible and there are no penalties for early repayment.

  • Richyb
    4 years ago

    I would say you have to include ChannelUnity http://www.channelunity.com/

    We have been using this tool for 4 months, and found it to be not just cheap, useful, but support is fantastic. The product is so easy to setup, and use.

    They are about to release a tool that will allow you to set up rules for eBay watches, you will be able to set up rule for example ( once you reach 50 watches, reduce the price by X and it will email the customers ( if you wish ) to let them know about the sale. This and much more.

    More details about Channel Unity below.

    Channel Unity enables you to publish your products to marketplace websites such as Amazon and eBay worldwide with revolutionary ease. Instead of requiring you to re-enter your product details, our platform re-uses the product information within your existing online store.

    When an order is placed on a marketplace, the order is imported into your online store for centralised management. Stock levels are updated on every marketplace you sell on.

    When you update your product information on your online store, product information is updated across all of your marketplace listings. And when sales are made on your website, our cloud tracks the stock level changes this causes and updates your channels.

    Ship orders, cancel orders, delete products, add new products – our cloud tracks changes in real-time and transmits these changes out to marketplaces as quickly as possible. We make selling on marketplaces easy.

    Well worth adding.

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