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creating auctions faster?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by ginadavis, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. ginadavis

    ginadavis BANNED BANNED

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    Is there a way to create and upload say 100 auctions at a time?
     
  2. Caveman

    Caveman Newbie

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    You can use ebays own TurboLister.

    Oh, and the price is right...Free! :D
     
  3. vapid2323

    vapid2323 Newbie

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    Hell yah TL rocks
     
  4. jburrtucaz

    jburrtucaz Regular Member

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    I saw that Turbolister, but I haven't tried it yet. I was wondering once you don the listings once, can you save them and just relist them without having to constantly re-enter all the info?
     
  5. MaestroDelWeb

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    Yes you can save all of your previous listings and keep re-listing over and over again the same things. I also save prior listings as templates and base other listings off of them.
     
  6. Billw

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    TL rocks, I also sometimes use auctiva
     
  7. ginadavis

    ginadavis BANNED BANNED

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    How many auctions is safe to place up if you have zero feedback?
     
  8. gr33n

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    You need to start slow 1 auction a week.Next week 2 auctions and so on.It depends on the age of your account,how hot is your item that you're selling...If you will list many items from the start your account will get suspended and most probably motive will be "your account may be accessed by thi.r.d pa.r.ty bla bla..)
     
  9. Celtik

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    Where can I get TurboLister from?
     
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  11. Celtik

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    Thanks, I'll start using it.
     
  12. TheChronicles

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    you can use

    turbolister is you are running on a windows computer (im not)
    or
    garagesale, which is made for macs and im telling you guys its the best software out on the market now and forever, it is so simple to use and it saved me a bundle of money,

    i suggest you DO NOT use turbo lister if you have more then one ebay account, as turbo lister is a ebay software and it reports to ebay all the necessary info. on your comp. and it WILL link your accounts.
     
  13. vcd0304

    vcd0304 Junior Member

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    just wondering which one is better? auctiva or turbolister?

    Does turbolister include a schedule listing feature?

    Thanks.
     
  14. TheChronicles

    TheChronicles Regular Member

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    listen,
    i do NOT recomend using turbolister what alot of people dont know is that ebay uses that to gather info. about you, meaning cookies, flash cookies, ip address
    everytime you connect to ebay with turbolister, turbolister sends ebay a file with all your info.

    on the other hand i myself personally use
    AUCTIVA, they are NOT an eBay company, which means in noway do they give out your info. and its a FREE service
    they dont give out none of your info. and its a great service.
     
  15. vcd0304

    vcd0304 Junior Member

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    thank you, I thought so, I am with Auctiva at the moment. Will stick with them
     
  16. TheChronicles

    TheChronicles Regular Member

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    good, stick with them
    and they offer free image hosting so you'll save money there, its not alot of money but its better then turbo lister where as they don't offer you anything they take...
     
  17. Belexandor

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  18. TheChronicles

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    auctiva cookie stuffs...
    so what,
    its better then using turbo lister
     
  19. Belexandor

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    Not if you're using your egay account to stuff also. Their cookie will overwrite yours.


     
  20. TheChronicles

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    Sorry, i was assuming that he was not cookie stuffing and was just listing items.

    *If you look at it, nothing is FREE, everything comes at a price.