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4 eBay Tools To Get The Maximum Results

by Leo Chan
13 Aug 2020

As a new seller running an online shop on eBay, the beginning may seem daunting and confusing. There are so many tools available on the market, and this number may seem overwhelming. But, how many of these are you actually going to need? Not every subscription or service you stumble upon is necessary for a successful eBay shop. But, some of these can be very useful. Read on to find which tools are worth considering and how they will be helpful to you. 

Seller Hub

The first service that you must subscribe to as a seller on eBay is Seller Hub. This is a free tool that will help you run your eBay business page. With this tool, you can create your listings, either in bulk or individually, and see all the listings whether they are active, sold, or unsold. You will also be able to perform all your post-sale tasks in one place, including sending buyer emails, printing labels for sipping, and leaving feedback.

There are also multiple other tools, including blockers, chart viewers, and more. If you require more tools, you can also purchase the pro upgrade. The pro version includes template storage, inventory management, and other extra features. 

Terapeak

Of course, not everything can be done by you. Everyone needs a little help and consultation sometimes. Terapeak will come in handy here. They will help you measure your marketing effectiveness and help you achieve revenue growth. 

Their team will also help you develop an effective strategy and projects to help grow your business. They also offer other services such as technology consulting, social media consulting, and more. This service is guaranteed to help you reach peak performance. You can schedule a free assessment call today and talk with a member of their team to see what they have to offer. 

Repricing Software

Due to the growing number of sellers on eBay, prices also start to change. Repricing is the process of changing the price of your product according to competitor prices and buyer behavior.

Repricing software will help you sell your product for the perfect price according to the current market. An example of such software is StreetPricer. Upon signing up, you must select a floor price and a ceiling price, and then our software will do the rest for you. Your products will be placed at the optimum price and will ensure a higher turnout.

Sales Reports 

For a successful business, following up is necessary. eBay Sales Reports is a service that will show you how your auctions are doing on the platform. It will break down your listing performances, help you control your fees, and visualize your progress. By using this service, you will also be able to modify your selling strategy. 

If you want even more information, you can upgrade to Sales Reports Plus. This tool will then store your data for a longer time so you can analyze past trends and monitor your development over a longer period of time. 

Running an eBay store doesn’t have to be so difficult if you use the right tools. Of course, we are not saying these are the only tools you are going to need for a successful store, but they will surely help you along the way. We wish you luck in your eBay endeavors! 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Cardy Chung is the founder of StreetPricer. Read more articles by Cardy Chung.

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