Promote Pictures For Better Visibility

Promote Pictures For Better Visibility

We all know we need to use social media to promote our listings. We all know that pictures speak much louder than words in a social setting. Promote Pictures is the latest image application approved by eBay that creates collages automatically of your listings ready for you to tweet immediately, add to queue to be tweeted automatically on a schedule you set, and now you can save your collages to tweet later. You have the ability to add a feedback of your choice and the number or feedback ratings you currently have or not. It's your choice! Get more clicks on your items when people can see up to 10 pictures at one time.

You can also use Promote Pictures to create a collage of your eBay collections, or your Pinterest boards, or a particular pinterest board, or even promote your blog with up to 10 pictures.

They can easily be shared from twitter to other platforms such as Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or even Instagram.

And one of the most important considerations when using any app is the service...The service at Promote Pictures is top of the line! You'll be so pleased if you find you need to seek assistance.

You want to know the cost I'm sure. Super affordable and worth every dime, that's my feeling. There is a 5-day free trial (no credit card required) and after the 5 days when you decide you're not sure how you lived without Promote Pictures, is as low as $50 a year or $5.00 a month. Pretty cheap for the quality and service! You can check it out by clicking this link:

At the very least give the 5-day free trial a go and see that it's not only easy, but effective in making your items, collections, or blogs more visible. When they are more visible, that means more traffic, and more traffic means more sales!

Defect…What’s That?

Defect…What’s That?

Even though it's been over a year since the defect system was announced and close to a year since it has been in place, there seems to still be a lot of confusion over what a defect actually is. There are 7 ways to get a defect on eBay. No matter how many defects you get per transaction, only 1 will count per transaction.

  1. Low detailed seller ratings for item as described.  (Rating of 1, 2, or 3.
  2. Opened cases for items not as described.
  3. Return Requests: items not as described.
  4. Low detailed seller ratings for shipping time. (Rating of 1)
  5. Requests: items not received.
  6. Neutral or negative feedback from buyers.
  7. Transactions you canceled. If you cancel because the item is out of stock, you can't find it, you broke it, but ultimately it is your fault. When a buyer requests a cancellation it is not a defect.

These are the only ways that you can receive a defect on a transaction

You can also check your seller dashboard to:

  1. See how many defects you have and for what and
  2. Run a report to see exactly which transactions received the defect.

This is a short video that walks you through this process.


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