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How to create professionally looking ebay listings?


mokasinga
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18 Jan 13 02:32:26 am
Can someone please tell me how to create the professional listing on ebay. What I mean is how do you get scrolling gallery, large pictures on your ebay information page, and items you sell down the left, shipping section etc. I really want to get this happening today so your advise would be apprciated. I undertstand what to write and how to make good ads as Ive been taught that but just the rest I need help with. Please help me asap. Thanks


mokasinga
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18 Jan 13 03:20:39 am
Do I need to subscribe to Auctiva.com ?


richelle_salehoo1
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21 Jan 13 02:14:58 am
Hello Mokasinga,

You don't necessarily have to subscribe to Auctiva but it is an option to consider especially with their free 30 trial.

Other companies also offer the scrolling gallery feature for free like Link hidden: Login to view

Hope this helps!


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mokasinga
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21 Jan 13 02:34:52 am
Thankyou Richelle, Appreciated.


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27 Jan 13 09:26:49 pm
Since eBay lets sellers use HTML for their listings, and embed pictures and other media, there's really no limit to what you can do. Almost any nice-looking HTML/CSS template can be adapted into an eBay listing format -- you just need somewhere to host your pictures, and (if applicable) anything needed to support galleries and other features you want to implement.


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mokasinga
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27 Jan 13 09:50:51 pm
Thankyou for that. Im not really up to speed with all the HTML codes but have subscribed to InkFrog. I dont mind it, seems relatively easy to use. But Im not sure how to get the side bar on left to display different widgets of what Im selling ie Fashion, Jewellery, Toys etc, so if anyone can advise that would be great. Also my scroll gallery doesnt seem to be displaying all my items so need help there to if anyone knows. Thanks :)


simonjhsmith
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31 Jan 13 09:47:59 pm
I use turbo Lister to do my listings and as long as you have a bit of HTML know how its grate. You don't have to code everything there is a design view so WYSIWYG.
You can use photobucket to host your pictures its free. They even give you the HTML code to cut and paste to your pictures.
Just hover over your pictures and click the gear icon choose links from the menu and a set of links appear. just remember to take out the


richelle_salehoo1
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1 Feb 13 01:12:21 am
A warm welcome to you, Simon :)

Thanks for sharing your technique in creating a professionally looking list, it is appreciated much!

Hope see more of you on the forum, cheers!


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