Selling Tools Update

Expanded access to Promoted Listings, Seller Hub enhancements, Best Offer and "Offer to buyers" updates.

What you need to know

  • Promoted Listings is now available to non-Store subscribers
  • Best Offer and "Offer to buyers" enhancements
  • Terapeak Research: Free for all Canadian Store Subscribers
Overview

Expanded access to Promoted Listings plus new Seller Hub enhancements

Promoted Listings is now available to all sellers in good standing, even if you don't have an eBay Store subscription. In addition, you can now create Promoted Listings campaigns quickly and easily on the Active listings page in Seller Hub, and monitor which items have sold via Promoted Listings on your Orders page. Promoted Listings can help boost your listings visibility on eBay and may help improve chances of conversion.

In addition, it's faster and easier to promote listings when you "sell similar" or relist items that you previously promoted. Now your previous Promoted Listings settings will automatically apply when you “sell similar” or relist items, reducing steps and saving time.

You select your Promoted Listings ad rate and pay only when your item sells

A Promoted Listings fee is charged based on the ad rate you choose, which is a percentage of your item's final sale price (excluding shipping and taxes). The fee is only charged when a buyer clicks on a promoted listing and purchases the item within 30 days of that click. Our guidance tools remove the guesswork by suggesting items to promote and at what cost. Detailed campaign metrics and sales reports are available to help you monitor and fine tune your Promoted Listings campaigns.

Learn more about Promoted Listings.

FAQs

Promoted Listings and Seller Hub FAQs

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Overview

Best Offer and "Offer to buyers" enhancements in Seller Hub

Starting in late May 2019, we're making several improvements to Seller Hub to help you take advantage of these features.

New Best Offer and "Offer to buyers" features include:

  • Edit Best Offer in bulk. Apply Best Offer to multiple listings at one time in Seller Hub. When you enable Best Offer in bulk, you'll also be able to set auto-accept and auto-decline thresholds. The auto-accept and auto-decline price you set using the bulk function will not change when you change the price.
  • Best Offer filter. Filter listings eligible for Best Offer on your Active Listings page in Seller Hub.
  • "Offer to buyers" filter. Filter listings eligible for "Offer to buyers" on your Active Listings page in Seller Hub.
  • Bulk "Offer to buyers." Apply “Offer to buyers” to eligible listings in bulk on your Active Listings page in Seller Hub.

Learn more about Best Offer and "Offer to buyers."

FAQs

Best Offer and "Offer to buyers" Seller Hub FAQs

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Overview

Terapeak Research becomes free for Store subscribers

Terapeak Research is an eBay insights tool that uses supply, demand, and pricing data to help you determine what to sell, when to sell it, and at what price. Terapeak Research will be free to Basic, Premium and Anchor Store subscribers on eBay.ca. In late Q2 2019, eligible sellers will begin receiving email invitations to use the tool for free. Non-Store sellers on eBay.ca can gain access to Terapeak Research by acquiring a Store subscription. You can also subscribe to Terapeak Research on eBay.com (instead of your regional eBay domain) on a monthly or yearly basis.

Terapeak Research uses recent eBay sales data and price trends to help you optimize your listings and improve your sales velocity.

Learn more about Terapeak Research.