Site Changes

By Jane Bell March 20, 2017 - 4:38 pm

What’s changed since the eBay Paypal divorce?

In July 2015 eBay and Paypal split, I penned a long blog post about the changes I was hoping for. Today I'm looking back to see what has changed, what's the same and what's better or worse then when I wrote the post: Dispatch and Delivery On

eBay ‘People who viewed this item also viewed’ display

Spotted by the eBay Anorak Jane Bell, is a new "People who viewed this item also viewed" display at the top of live eBay listings. Jane and my first thoughts both were, is this some sort of browser hijack affiliate scheme, but it appears likely that

eBay display feedback from the seller for the product!

Freedom Homestores have spotted that eBay are now displaying feedback for the specific product on sale. It displays past feedback only from the seller who's listing it is. Just above the Buy It Now button, eBay display the number of previous sales a product has had.

eBay give out brand new feedback stars

In news which is definitely not of the earth shattering variety, have you noticed that eBay are using redesigned feedback stars on some pages of the site? The change isn't particularly recent, but sometimes we don't spot these things straight away. You'll still find the original

2016 Review of changes announced on eBay

Over the last 12 months eBay has made some significant changes, from an overhaul of the feedback and defects system to the Product identifiers requirements, and has provided some notice of further changes to come in the next few months. As 2017 looms, Laura Mathieson from

New eBay System Status and Community Boards have rolled out a new System Status board as part of a wider ranging upgrade to the US Discussion Boards and a new unified seller news portal. New eBay System Status Board The main difference is that the new System Status Board shows real time live

Charities must Re-Register by 1st June to sell with eBay for Charity

If you're a charity registered to sell with eBay For Charity, then you need to re-register for the new PayPal Giving Fund by the 1st of June in order to continue receiving payments. £37 is raised every minute on eBay for UK charities. That's some £19

Amazon EU titles’ new limit is 200 characters

Amazon UK are to limit product titles to no more than 200 characters (including spaces) from the 6th of April. We've already seen this in the US on but now the shorter title limitation is coming to Amazon's EU sites. Chris Dunne over at RepricerExpress

Product Identifiers are now Mandatory on eBay

eBay's Product Identifier requirement has now gone live. This means that you may find 'Good til Cancelled listings' are failing to renew if you've not already updated them. You also won't be able to list new products without adding the required details. eBay have a