Thursday, April 28, 2005

Which Ebay Tools Help You Sell More Goods?

Third-Party Listing Management Tools

Turbo Lister and Selling Manager Pro are fantastic EBay tools. However, your options for listing management tools aren’t limited to EBay offerings. Literally dozens of companies offer powerful tools and services that interface with eBay and provide functions similar to Turbo Lister and Selling Manager Pro. The following are a few of the most commonly used by PowerSellers:

Kyozou - http://www.kyozou.com/next_gen.html
ChannelAdvisor - http://www.channeladvisor.com
Marketworks - http://www.marketworks.com
Auction Hawk - http://www.auctionhawk.com
Vendio - http://www.vendio.com
Auction Sage - http://www.auctionsagesoftware.com
Mpire - http://www.Mpire.com/ (This isn't live yet, but will be by June 2005. It promises to revolutionize and consolidate the management process.)

Some of these tools operate in a more limited capacity but come at a less expensive price than EBay’s tools. Others offer a higher level of functionality and can be customized to accommodate your particular business. Of course, these types of services are more costly, but if you’re selling at a high rate and volume, it can be worth the investment.

Do your homework and investigate which selling creation and management tool is right for your business. You’ll find a great overview of these services, along with their pricing structure and links to each service’s Web site, at http://www.auctionbytes.com/cab/pages/ams.

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3 Comments:

At 4:08 AM, Blogger IncomeStream said...

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At 12:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't forget about feedback automation service at: http://www.auctionpixie.co.uk!

I've been using it for a bit, and so far so good - i've even gone as far as adding some extra credits as its credit based. It seems very reliable, and has some unique things that other sites don't, like random feeback comments from stored ones, or leaving of certain comments only when you are a certain role, e.g. buyer, seller or both.

It's pretty good though, try it!

 
At 10:30 PM, Blogger mike1144 said...

have you look on
http://www.dynamixgate.com/wordpress-ebay-plugin.php
i have been using this and find this so good
the tools you have mentioned here are also working well
must say nice post:)

 

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