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MarillionFan
28th May 2005, 12:33
I assume there is a piece of software that you can download so that you can put together multiple ads before uploading it to your account.

But where is it and what is it called?

Anyone?

dazza12
28th May 2005, 12:50
There's loads about.

But one in particular is sold in PC World, and is called something like Super Seller for Ebay. Does exactly what it says on the box.

hattra
28th May 2005, 12:53
It's called eBay Turbo Lister

Have a look under "Seller Tools Finder" bottom left of eBay's front page

fiddleabout
28th May 2005, 14:36
Don't tell me - another container load of pink pedal cars?

Plenty of new mugs to take over from snaw too.

MarillionFan
28th May 2005, 15:07
Going to be placing about £3-4k worth of stuff on Ebay each month.

hattra
28th May 2005, 15:23
MF,

If you're going to be doing a lot of stuff, investigate setting up an eBay shop - the listings stay up for longer, they are cheaper, and you get around the "maximum concurrent listings" limit (about 20, I think)

SupremeSpod
28th May 2005, 21:27
Brilliant, I'll have a homer and a barney!

fiddleabout
28th May 2005, 23:20
Hmmm...

not a runaway success selling anything so far then...

feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback&userid=hemispheregifts (http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback&userid=hemispheregifts)

but it does seem that these (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=91595&item=3866192908) did prove to be a worthwhile investment judging by your latest purchase (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=32871&item=4377115471)

Tip - it doesn't pay to give away too much personal info on here - think of that other lard arsed loser (http://www.threaded.com) who gave away too much.

4Contractors
29th May 2005, 00:01
MF - those baby cards you sold with a buy it now at £4.99 are clearly marked at £3.49 and the postage was £3.69 !!

What are you playing at ?

xoggoth
29th May 2005, 00:02
Was that threaded who did the "How to catch a budgie" post? In which case he is truly immortal. Funny, that one sticks in my brain. He is in good company, Other things that stick in my brain -

a) The town of Axminster had mud 2ft up the walls when we drove through there.

b) Yugoslavia had no public toilets, hence the state of the beaches.

c) There were a lot of crickets outside of Adelaide.

d) There is no d). The rest of my life is a complete blank.

MarillionFan
29th May 2005, 00:42
"MF - those baby cards you sold with a buy it now at £4.99 are clearly marked at £3.49 and the postage was £3.69 !!"

Bought. That was for five packs not 1.

Anyway fiddle has missed the point here. I have three ebay accounts purely for shill bidding.

And again, missing the point, I have purchased cards off ebay for about 10-18pence which go in the shop for £1.50-£2.95.

Go figure Einstein.:rolleyes

"Tip - it doesn't pay to give away too much personal info on here "

Oh Jeez. Im scared of you with your 'hilarious' photo shop japes. :rolleyes

fiddleabout
29th May 2005, 09:16
You may be a tit MF but you certainly aren't worth 5 minutes of my time producing a picture.

I presume the extra eBay accounts were necessary when snaw fecked up and exceeded your stated reserve price.

Anyway best of luck with your enterprise - with that shite you're going to need it.

MarillionFan
29th May 2005, 10:08
I was going to do a joke site, but then realised anything you produce is.:rolleyes

fiddleabout
29th May 2005, 11:28
I'm willing to bet I make more money from www.*********.co.uk (http://www.*********.co.uk) over the next couple of months than you do from ebay.

What is the scrap value of pewter?

MarillionFan
29th May 2005, 11:42
Oh I expect you to make more money from ********* then I do from Ebay.

I havent really got the time to spend on Ebay because Im contracting at the moment, I am negotiating on a new unit in Bath, I have the shop and a high maintainence gf. I dont have the time.

I have 180k of overstocks and anything I sell on Ebay goes straight back into my pocket.

Ideally I need someone who charges £5ph to do the work for me.

Milan?

4Contractors
29th May 2005, 16:15
Ideally I need someone who charges £5ph to do the work for me.

You could always smuggle someone or somethree in with the furniture crate - bed and board should do it and there could be extras ;)