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April 25, 2018 · No comments

eBay’s product-based experience and what you need to know!

eBay’s Product-Based Experience And What You Need To Know For Phase 1 eBay is moving towards a product-based shopping experience so that buyers can find the right product faster and easier than ever before––but this may mean more work for sellers. Read More

Quill v North Dakota Supreme Court Case
April 10, 2018 · No comments

Overturning Quill v. North Dakota’s Tax Rules Would Hurt Online Sellers – South Dakota V. Wayfair

One of the best parts of being an online seller is the ability to sell things all over the country or the world, dramatically increasing your audience. While this is a tremendous advantage over brick & mortar only businesses, one of the reasons sellers have been able to do this is a still standing Supreme Court case from 1992, Quill Corp v. Read More

eBay 2018 Spring Update
March 22, 2018 · No comments

Information about eBay’s 2018 Spring Seller Update

The team over at Auctiva and Vendio have put together a nice recap of the 2018 Spring Seller Update as released by eBay. Check it out! eBay’s 2018 Spring Seller Update Recap In eBay’s recent Seller Update, they announced the new “product-based shopping experience”, along with some Return Policy updates, eBay Store subscription changes and fee updates. Read More

March 19, 2018 · No comments

Quick Tips: eBay’s Change to the Guaranteed Delivery Program!

Hi There! Do you participate in eBay’s Guaranteed Delivery Program? Then we have some good news for you. Good News For eBay Guaranteed Delivery As of February 1st, eBay announced their Guaranteed Delivery Program no longer requires sellers to use eBay labels. Read More

April 15, 2013 · No comments

Make Money on eBay with Stuff You Already Own

Tricks to find the right eBay inventory as you spring clean

Once again, it’s spring cleaning time, and that means you have a great opportunity to clear out your clutter and make money on eBay. Spring is one of the best times of year to compile a nice inventory of eBay items and get started selling online. Read More

April 10, 2013 · No comments

Veteran Seller Shares eBay Selling Tips

Selling on eBay means merchant will never 'work' again.

We recently wrote about former Navy man Adam Coleman, who passed up an opportunity to re-enlist to make online selling his full-time career. Since he attributes much of his love for “treasure hunting” to his mother, we decided to find out how she started her online selling career. Read More

April 3, 2013 · 2 Comments

Sellers: ‘Party’ at Conference in Las Vegas

Event full of eBay seller education, expert tips.

eBay sellers, are you ready to party—and learn about selling on the marketplace? Registration is now open for this year’s eBay Radio Party & Conference. The seller conference in Las Vegas kicks off June 18 and lasts through June 20 at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Read More

March 25, 2013 · 1 Comment

Festival Fashions to Dye for Selling on eBay

Merchant focuses on hippie fashion.

You can find Margot Warren’s funky festival clothing selling on eBay. Her shop, Groovy Clothes Boutique, is a rainbow of women’s outfits and accessories located half a world away from those of us in the U.S. Not too far from Warren, situated on the northeast corner of Australia in Queensland, thousands of people gather annually for the Woodford Folk Festival, a week-long event featuring music, art, workshops and more. Read More

March 21, 2013 · No comments

Glitch Removes Thousands of eBay Listings

Officials say issue has been resolved.

A software issue that removed thousands of eBay listings on Wednesday has been resolved. The glitch impacted about 10,000 total merchants in the United States, Germany, United Kingdom and Australia, removing their listings from the site, according to a post in eBay’s General Announcements. Read More

March 20, 2013 · 3 Comments

Supreme Court Sides with eBay Seller in Copyright Case

Justices say first sale doctrine applies to items made abroad.

Online sellers in the U.S. can buy copyrighted materials abroad, import them and resell them in the States without getting the permission of the copyright owner. That’s the ruling the U.S. Supreme Court handed down on Tuesday in a copyright case involving an eBay seller who sold textbooks purchased in Thailand and the publisher of a few of those works, John Wiley. Read More



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