Lee told listeners how to find the eBay Radio Group newsletter, which contains instructions on how to subscribe to it and, on Tuesdays, includes the Secret Word. She also gave an update on registrations for this year’s eBay Radio Party & Conference; register now and reserve your $63 hotel room in Bally’s North Tower by going to http://www.erVegas.com. Remember, for the last 3 years, this event has sold out quickly! Ruth Ann, Leesburg FL (can-do-lady), asked about changing her listings from auction format to fixed price; why the eBay Stores door icon is sometimes red and sometimes blue; and why the eBay Radio Party & Conference is always held in Las Vegas.
Edie, Santa Monica CA (dress_to_suit), wrote in to say she’d sent screenshots to Griff of her item’s listing in Google search and Google Shopping. Michael, IN (skating2fast), asked how to delete out-of-stock listings. Lee talked Griff into buying a fabulous (and expensive) tie for his upcoming Washington, DC, eBay Fly-In trip in April. She also read a translated press release from eBay France concerning eBay’s mobile app for the Apple smart watch. Cindy, San Diego CA (pattycyn), had a question about flat rate vs. calculated free shipping.
Lee described her experiments with Google search, while Griff talked about Google Shopping. eBetsy, Dallas TX (acquisitor, monjott), called in to share breaking news from eBay Main Street (http://www.ebaymainstreet.com): The full text of the FCC’s net neutrality order has been released. She also announced the first 2 featured speakers for this year’s eBay Radio Party & Conference; go to http://www.erVegas for details and to register. Griff will be in Washington, DC, in April for another eBay Fly-In on Capitol Hill.
Lee read an eBay announcement about a new design for the sign-in page. Edie, Santa Monica CA (dress_to_suit), weighed in on the discussion of bullet points and Google search vs. Google Shopping. Louise, Colorado Springs CO (herbscraftsgifts), asked about a shipment lost in the mail. Griff told us about Skyping with the NYC Metro Area eBay Sellers at their recent meetup.