Item specifics that help sell apparel! Our guest is Laura Pennix, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller 520pajamaceo.
Open phones, Contact Us email, and more: Maria, San Jose CA (thestylelister), called with a comment about renting and returning clothes on eBay.
Our guests for eBay Radio Show #720 for April 24, 2018, are:
Why I love eBay and selling what I love! Our guest is Gina Muff, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller classysoles.
Open phones, Contact Us email, and more: Jeff, Aplington IA (jdownsenterprises), called with a concern about buyers “renting” his apparel items.
Griff and Lee continued their listing dish for Tom, Livonia MI (valaset). eBay’s Taxonomy Manager for eBay US, Era Johal, popped in along with Classification Designer Rita Heine to share upcoming changes to vintage categories in Clothing, Shoes and Accessories category (CSA).
Era Johal, eBay’s Taxonomy Manager for eBay US, popped in along with Classification Designer Rita Heine to share upcoming changes to vintage categories in Clothing, Shoes and Accessories category (CSA).
Era and Rita joined Grif and Lee in dishing listing #282008275079 for new seller Michael, Lexington KY (thedesignatedbuyer). He earned a perfect score of 5 tureens, making him the 4th winner of an eBay Radio 5 Tureens dish towel!
Product identifiers are key to helping your items get found by search engines, and the 2015 Spring Seller Update will make them mandatory later this year. Our guests are Balaji Parthasarathy, eBay’s Senior Product Manager of Structured Data, and Darren Akiva, eBay’s Content Product Manager of Structured Data. They stayed on after their interview to take questions during Open Phones.
Edie, Santa Monica CA (dress_to_suit), asked about UPC codes on clothing items. 82-year-old caller Ron, East Liverpool OH (bolts3), wondered how the fee and feature changes will affect him as an Anchor Store subscriber. Dan, Claremont FL (12betty5881), asked about the refunding of insertion fees for auction items that sell the first vs. the second time they’re listed and also wanted to know if it was possible to opt out of a store subscription since eBay has changed the terms of that subscription.