New eBay Sellerhub live in beta Stateside: have you used it?

By Dan Wilson November 2, 2015 - 1:15 am

Seller Hub homeThe new eBay Sellerhub is available in the US to sellers who want to have a go. Have you tried it?

We wrote about Sellerhub in September.

As they say of the new Sellerhub: “Ideally suited for professional sellers currently using My eBay Selling, Selling Manager, or Selling Manager Pro, Seller Hub puts all your listing and marketing tools—along with insights and selling recommendations—into one place. You’ll get a centralized overview of your listings and order activities, detailed sales information, access to marketing and promotional tools—and competitive listing guidance to help you grow your business.”

It can only be a great leap forward and the good news is that it isn’t compulsory to US sellers yet. You can move between the old systems and the new as you run up to Christmas. So we’d be fascinated to hear how it works.

For those of you on the British side of the Atlantic, using it won’t be an opinion until early next year. It’s expected to launch here (after a great deal of stress testing across the water) in February or March.

  • 2 years ago

    hi Tamebay.

    I was wondering f there’s been any news on the total drop in sales over the past two weeks?

    The Seller forums are reporting problems and, not to blow our own horn, we’re the biggest seller of vintage clothing on ebay and its like traffic and sales has just… died.

    Any insider info would be appreciated. We’re all getting the stock ‘there are no problems’ answer from chat and email.


    Team Thrifty


    • JD
      2 years ago

      eBay and PayPal had concurrent Data Centre outages last week.

      I think that they are both struggling.

    • Thrifty Beatnik
      2 years ago

      Cheers : Its reassuring but in the run-up to christmas…. scary!

  • wizinit
    2 years ago

    I went to EBay to list a smartphone for sale after not listing anything for some time. The experience was a total disaster. I am unable to get past the item tittle to add description, price, terms, etc. Can anyone suggest active and reliable alternatives to sell at auction used and unusual items?

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