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Anyone knows any quality, inexpensive, management site?


auctionman4117
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26 Aug 06 09:26:12 pm
Hello everyone!!! I'm new to SaleHoo (no, really?) lol and I have been selling on eBay for about 2 weeks now. So far I've done OK, nothing stellar, but I realize I'm not going to make a million my first month. Takes research, time and effort.

My question is this,

I started out using Vendio for my auction management in order to simplify auction creation, listing, yada yada yada. Unfortunately I had to cancel (and luckily got a full refund) due to poor customer support communication. I now use Mpire which is a decent management service, no problems with listings or getting help, but it seems a little basic in its listing creation for what I'm looking for. There are not many template choices and those that are available are very basic. The HTML editor does not offer very many adjustments like large print (not very large), or a variety of fonts (only 4 available). Does anyone have any suggestions for a quality, not overly expensive, management site? I understand they are all going to charge fees and I'm willing to spend $30-40 per month, as long as I feel I can create nice eye catching store and auction listings. Any help is greatly appreciated!!


tab10us
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26 Aug 06 10:51:37 pm
try auctiva.com it's 100% free and is pretty nice as well.


jennifer77
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27 Aug 06 03:03:37 am
try auctiva.com it's 100% free and is pretty nice as well.



Thats what I use, never had any problems with them. and its FREE


auctionman4117
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27 Aug 06 04:19:09 am
I went there and now I wonder why I never found it to start with. As soon as the listings I have through mpire complete I will be cancelling and hopefully getting a refund. Auctiva is exactly what I've been looking for, plenty of templates, html editor, image hosting, the works. I was shocked at the fact that within 90 seconds of registering all of my auctions had the Auctiva slideshow gallery with ALL of my images cycling, a week with Vendio and theirs never did work. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU, although I feel pretty dumb that I never checked auctiva out when I googled auction mgmt, oh well, live and learn. Thanks again, huge help, huge!


farazj
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1 Oct 06 08:51:51 pm
there has to be a catch.
does auctiva do automatic feedback too?


jennifer77
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1 Oct 06 11:48:20 pm
there has to be a catch.
does auctiva do automatic feedback too?


im notsure about that, i only use it for the listings. I rather have a more personal feed back left for my customers. Than the same one over and over again.

and no there is no catch, its free because they have a spot under your listing where is says there companys name with a link, thats there way of getting free advertising,


 

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