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12 of the Best Australian Auction Sites

By on Wednesday August 23

Maybe you’ve been scorned by eBay, or you’re just ready to break away and see what other online marketplace platforms have to offer. Either way, you’re wondering what top eBay alternatives would be best for you. eBay Australia is still the undisputed leader in online retail and ecommerce down under, but high fees and other problems have driven many of its users to seek alternatives. We’ve found a number of alternatives to eBay, many of them exclusively designed for...

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How to Resolve PayPal Payment Holds in 2017

By on Friday August 18

PayPal is one of the most popular payment methods on the web. However, there are a few downsides that correlate with using PayPal. There’s one, in particular, that we’d like to talk about today: payment holds. If you use PayPal, you may know all about this pesky downfall. If not, we’re about to save you time, energy, and hopefully stress. We’re going to shed some light on PayPal's payment holds policy and provide you with a few steps to to avoid payment...

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Ask an Expert: How to get negative feedback removed on eBay

By on Tuesday August 15

Not all eBay transactions go smoothly. Sometimes, even when you follow best practices as a seller, an issue may arise that prompts a buyer to leave negative Feedback. Buyers have different expectations about items, shipping times and costs, and even how sellers communicate with them. A small slip can quickly equate to negative Feedback that may be permanent if you don’t do something about it. Receiving negative Feedback on eBay may feel like the end of a transaction for many...

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Sick of eBay? Try these alternative places to sell...

By on Thursday June 22

Are you fed up with eBay fees, intense competition and constant policy changes? Read this to find out the best and most profitable places to sell.

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eBay Copyright Infringement: What to Do If Your Listing Is Removed

Being one of the world’s largest online marketplaces, eBay has its advantages for sellers. It provides immense exposure, transaction security and more. To keep the site safe and foster trust, eBay enforces a number of rules. One of their policies aims to protect intellectual property owners from copyright, trademark or patent infringement by eBay users. They call this the VeRO program.

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The eBay Seller’s Guide to PayPal Claims, Disputes, and Chargebacks

There are over 179 million active PayPal accounts around the world. Of eBay’s 90 million users, almost 90% have a PayPal account. eBay even allows users to filter search results based on only displaying sellers who accept PayPal. If you sell on eBay, accepting PayPal is critical to enjoying profits. That very real truth doesn’t sit well with all eBay sellers, as PayPal has earned a less-than-stellar reputation among some merchants—especially when eBay and PayPal...

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eBay Selling Tip: How to watermark your product photos

We all know the importance of taking good photos for our eBay listings. It's true what they say, a picture paints a thousand words! Wouldn't it be nice if a picture made you a thousand dollars?  Well, I can't make any promises, but here is a quick eBay selling tip that will make your product photos look ultra professional: Watermarking them!  Watermarking your product photos adds your business name or eBay username to images. Here's an example: As you...

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Quick Guide to eBay Listing Upgrades: Are they worth paying for?

eBay fees are a sore point among many sellers. However, the fees you pay cover all the costs of making the marketplace so great. Along with listing fees and Final Value Fees, eBay also offers Listing Upgrades, but each come at a cost. These upgrades offer your listings greater exposure, and therefore, should increase your sale price. There are a few Listing Upgrades to choose from, so which ones are worth paying for? Below I've listed eBay's most popular Listing Upgrades and...

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New to eBay and Online Retail? The 2 Decisions All New Sellers Need to Make

Although starting an online retail business is straight forward compared to other types of business, there are some crucial decisions you need to make when you first start out. In this blog post, we dig into the two most critical decisions you will need to make and point you to some helpful resources that will ensure you get the best outcomes.

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eBay Apps That Make you a More Productive Seller

If you made $20 from 7 minutes work, you would feel pretty happy about it, right? However if it took you an hour to make that $20, your business simply wouldn't be as profitable. Profit margins on eBay can be tight. One way to help increase how profitable your selling ventures are is to really streamline your systems and make each transaction as fast for you to process as possible. Time is money, people!  Using eBay apps are a great way to speed up the process of listing, managing and...

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