Listing optimisation & Terapeak on eBay

By Lauren Fruncillo November 10, 2020 - 12:30 pm

eBay have created a series of free video workshops to help sellers make the most out of an increased number of potential buyers on the marketplace. Today’s video looks at Listing optimisation & Terapeak with Berengere Chaintreau-Fuchs. With Coronavirus shutting shops and new business rules from 1 January 2021 due to Brexit, you’ll need to ensure you’re doing what you can to build up as much bank in Q4 as possible to avoid feeling the effects of the Christmas hangover in January. Consumers may be pushing your sales through the roof now but this could be a different story in Jan when they’ve spent all their money during the Christmas period.

Want to know how to increase your chances of attracting more buyers on eBay and if your listings are the best they can be? This 7 minute workshop with Berengere gives you our top tips on how to optimise your listings and leverage Terapeak for insights on your competitors. Check back tomorrow for the final workshop.

  • Fred
    6 months ago

    Terapeak is actually a load of rubbish. If your searched for colour television, it would show show you colour, black and white and blue if they existed. It will also show you anything with colour in the product name.

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