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Is there a way to schedule listings for free?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by singler3, Sep 10, 2008.

  1. singler3

    singler3 Newbie

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    Ebay's fees are already ridiculous and I don't want to pay extra just to schedule my listings. Is there any way I can schedule my listings for free such as a turbo lister mod which automatically uploads items at specified times? I have been searching everywhere but can't seem to find anything.
     
  2. siberia77

    siberia77 Registered Member

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    last time i checked you got to schedule listings for free if you were signed up for a shop. As long as you are posting some volume a shop will save you money.
     
  3. liamtohd

    liamtohd Registered Member

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    I know most 3rd party listing software will allow you to schedule your listings, as well as services like Auc*tiva.
     
  4. singler3

    singler3 Newbie

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    I do have an ebay shop and post quite a few listings but they still charge for scheduled listings. Maybe it is just ebay australia though.
     
  5. Top25

    Top25 Registered Member

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    You have big volume? maybe thats the problem
     
  6. oscarslater

    oscarslater Regular Member

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    watch out for auc**tiva they will cookie stuff your visitors and you will miss out

    they do schedule for free tho so if cs is not your thang, go for it
     
  7. digirax

    digirax Newbie

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    Auc**va offer a good service for serious ebay sellers, you get a good selection of templates, free scheduling, autolist features etc, however as their service is free they do explore other avenues to generate income, but it's still a good service.
     
  8. turbotec

    turbotec Junior Member

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    well I know you can do similar things with Turb0lis*ter. I always make my auctions on it, and then click upload when it is the correct time of day.....there may be a function that clicks the button 4 u at a certain time.