Everything you need to know about Marketplaces in 2019

By Chris Dawson January 17, 2019 - 2:00 pm

To kick off 2019 at 2pm on Wednesday next week, the 23rd of January, we will be holding a webinar, run by Tamebay Editors, looking at the year ahead and everything you need to know about marketplaces in 2019. We’ll be looking at everything from Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Assistants and how they relate to search results and getting your product seen to the latest changes and developments on eBay, Amazon and Etsy and what you can do to maximise your returns.

As an online merchant your goal is to get your products seen and sold against ever increasing competition both from home and abroad. We will look at the key UK marketplaces and search engines, examine their new seller releases and site updates and relate this to how you can best take advantage to win on Marketplaces in 2019.

Topics will include:

  • The latest developments with eBay search, eBay’s PBSE strategy and how this impacts you, search changes and how to get your products noticed to increase conversion rates.
  • Amazon Echo and the way buyers are using virtual assistants to change the way we shop.
  • Google Shopping and the upcoming changes in the US that will soon be implemented in the UK.
  • Etsy search strategy and how they are attracting more buyers to listings

This is a webinar designed for you so if you have any advance questions you’d like to submit drop a note in comments below. To attend the webinar you’ll need to register in advance. If you’re interested but aren’t free at 2pm on Wednesday then sign up and immediately the webinar ends we’ll email you a link to watch in your own time.

  • Ian
    6 months ago

    The meeting invite says it starts at 2pm. So can you tell the UK time for the meeting. Is it 11am or 2pm?

    • 6 months ago

      Hi Ian, it’s 2pm. Apologies for the confusion

  • 6 months ago

    Looking forward for this webinar. Awaited!!

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