Griff and Lee shared more information on the upcoming We Are Twenty Seller Summit & 20th Anniversary Celebration on September 10-11 in San Jose, CA (http://www.ebay.com/weare20). First-time caller John, Birmington, WA (john!), asked if there was a faster way to list than via TurboLister. Patty, Miami FL (theshoppingmom2), had a question she’d been holding since Tuesday’s show about promoted listings.
First-time caller Carmin, New Haven CT (ringgripp), was held over from the previous segment while Griff and Lee continued their listing dish of his item number 321789426118. He received a score of 4.2 tureens. Lee reminded listeners that Griff and Director of Community Jeff Terrell are holding a Weekly Chat with eBay Staff each Wednesday from 1-2pm PT. To join in, go to the Community link at the bottom of any page, then go to the Discussion Boards and find the link to inside eBay Weekly Chat With eBay Staff.
Lee told Griff about her experience so far at Diva Dawn Ralston’s Camp Clutter B Gone. eBay For Business sellers asked an interesting question. Griff and Lee read some of Shana Champion’s “50 Things I Learned From the eBay Radio Party & Conference” in the eBay for Business blog (http://for-business.ebay.com/fifty-things-i-learned-2015-ebay-radio-party). First-time caller Carmine, New Haven CT (ringgripp), asked for a listing dish.
First-time caller Kate, Webster City IA (serendipity-4-ever), was held over from the previous segment. Griff and Lee dished her listing for item number 131523473299. Patty, Miami FL (theshoppingmom2), called to explain an email she sent to Griff regarding Best Match.
Lee found 690,000 items listed on eBay as related to the 4th of July. Griff broke his own record for listing items over the weekend and found something encouraging is happening as a result. Diva Dawn is running a summer boot camp this July for organizing your business on eBay: Camp Clutter B Gone (http://www.campclutterbgone).
Griff and Lee reminded us that Coach Jack (Jack Dalton, eBay’s Senior Manager for Pricing Analysis) will be visiting eBay Radio again soon; to submit your store for his analysis of your fees and format mix, meal [email protected] with your eBay ID (not your store name) and any other details you think he should know. Lee asked a 4th of July trivia question, and first-time caller Kate, Webster City IA (serendipity-4-ever), won a $25 Bubblefast Gift Certificate for knowing the answer.
First-time caller Todd, Pompano Beach FL (captcatnip), was held over from the previous segment. He asked for a listing dish of his item number 121586145984 and received a score of 4.95 tureens. Mesha, Des Moines NM (classysoles), asked how putting her store on vacation might impact her Top-Rated Seller status. From the chat board, always411, Tallahassee FL, asked for a dish of listing number 301646619125 and was carried into the next segment.
Griff and Lee discussed Lee’s packing list spreadsheet for the eBay Radio Party & Conference, June 16, 17 and 18 at Bally’s Las vegas. Register now at http://www.erVegas.com. Griff is planning a surprise presentation for the event! First-tme caller Todd, Pompano Beach FL (captcatnip), asked for a listing dish of his item number of 121586145984 and was held over for the next segment.
First-time caller Forest, Lakeview WA (hulkhauler1), had a question about motor vehicle parts and accessories. Lee offered a free room night in Vegas during next month’s eBay Radio Party & Conference (http://www.erVegas.com) to the first caller who could answer her eBay trivia question. First-time caller and partygoer Judy, Winston-Salem NC (bird loner), won the prize. Anita, Chicago IL (davincidiscoveries), had a question about relisting fees. Griff and Lee read “Branding Your eBay Store” by Shana Champion from the eBay for Business blog (http://for-business.ebay.com).
First-time caller David, Russellville AR (musical highways), suggested that eBay include an item specific for pre-sale listings. New seller Sharman, Birmingham AL (jasminesattic), asked for tips on researching items she inherited from her mother; she has heard there are groups and chat boards that can help. Paul, Sarasota, FL (wisebuyoutlet) has a theory about why the myth of eBay’s “rolling blackouts” persists. Julie, Chicago IL (magyar5615), called regarding insurance for her eBay inventory.
Longtime seller and first-time caller Robin, Bellmoor NY (rrhlaw63qu), was carried over from the previous segment with a listing dish of her item number 111663942876. Lee and Griff withheld her tureen score until she’s had a chance to make some changes and call back for a re-dishing. Jennifer, Port Chester NY (vanderbilt-gifts), called in response to Lee’s request last week that she share what’s happening with her brand-new Westchester eBay & Ecommerce Sellers Group, which recently held its inaugural meetup.
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.