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Our Latest Broadcasts



Mar 3 2015

Griff gave an overview of today's show and introduced the eBay Radio News with Lee Mirabal. Stories include Trekkie mourning, mayoral memorabilia and binge watching. Lee asked Griff to talk about the recent article on Google AdWords in the eBay for Business blog at http://for-business.ebay.com.


Mar 3 2015

Tax tips for small business! Our guest is Barbara Weltman, attorney, tax law specialist and author of J.K. Lasser's Small Business Taxes 2015.
http://www.barbaraweltman.com


Mar 3 2015

Open phones, Contact Us email and more: Cindy, Oak Ridge TN (cynthialee2), asked Griff a question regarding why her store categories were no longer appearing in her listings. Lee reintroduced last Thursday's topic concerning thrift store morality and etiquette. Matt, Chicago IL (thedinodump), gave his take on the issue.


Mar 3 2015

How to organize and manage your inventory! Our guest is Suzanne Wells, eBay consultant and Top-Rated Seller atlantagolfshop.
http://www.suzanneawells.com


Mar 3 2015

A free way to improve search results for your items in Google! Our guest is Katherine Terrill, eBay Education Specialist and Top-Rated Seller nycfitnessfamilyfinds.
http://www.nycfitnessfamilyfinds.com
http://www.ilovetobeselling.com


Mar 3 2015

Open phones, Contact Us email and more: Paul, Sarasota FL (wisebuyoutlet.c0m), wrote in with an easy way to use Selling Manager to spot which listings have free flat rate shipping versus which have free calculated shipping (only those with free calculated shipping are sent to Google Shopping). Bobbie, Encino CA (scrabblebobbie), asked what all she gets with her new eBay Store, aside from more free listings. First-time caller Staci, Chicago IL (rightbrainboutique), gave a tip for organizing inventory.

Nan, Morristown NJ (junquepro) asked whether free shipping needs to be flat rate or calculated in order to appear in Google Shopping. Lee announced the special first-day topic for this year's eBay Radio Party & Conference, June 16-18 at Bally's Las Vegas. Becky, Albuquerque NM (teddysmom3), won the Secret Word Contest.


Mar 3 2015

Drop shipping for eBay sellers! Our guest is David Niccum, Vice President of Marketing & Product for Doba.
http://www.doba.com


Mar 3 2015

Sentiment in social selling! Our guest is Marsha Collier, author of the eBay and social media For Dummies series and known on eBay as Top-Rated Seller marsha_c.
http://www.coolebaytools.com


Mar 3 2015

Open phones, Contact Us email and more: Paul, Sarasota FL (wisebuyoutlet.c0m), gave a tip on organizing inventory using Selling Manager's Custom Label field. Dean, Hattiesburg MS (hubcityscrubsanduniforms), asked why the Best Offer option is not appearing in his multi-variation listings.

Lee read current events from the eBay Radio Seller Events Calendar, located under Seller Resources in the eBay Radio Archives. To submit your sellers group meetup or other event, click on "Submit a Seller Event" in the upper right-hand corner of any archives page.


Feb 26 2015

Griff told us about an item returned to him as an Item Not As Described. Griff shared the three elements of customer service that he finds most important. (For more details, read Shana Champion's entire article in the eBay for Business blog at http://for-business.ebay.com.)

Paul, Sarasota FL (wisebuyoutlet.c0m), asked about the removal of the Print button from item pages. Lee announced that the FCC today approved robust rules of the road to control the speed of the internet, maintaining net neutrality. She also brought up a moral issue in regards to thrifting and asked listeners to call in their opinion: Are clothes left on a sales rack fair game to purchase?