Griff reminded us that as of October 17, 2017, listings containing HTTP content will only display a snippet of the description to buyers using a computer or laptop; find out if your listings include HTTP content and how to remove it via links in the announcement at http://announcements.ebay.com. Check out the archived versions of free eBay webinars about the Global Shipping Program (GSP), planning for the holiday selling season, and other useful topics at https://www.ebay.com/webinars.
Griff gave an overview of today’s septicentennial show and introduced the eBay Radio News with Lee Mirabal. Stories include eBay’s handling of wildfire-impacted eBayers in California; high-end handbags; and some really hot sauce. Griff and Lee discussed Google’s HTTPS security update, which went live today, and eBay Authenticate (http://www.ebay.com/authenticate), which launched yesterday.
Griff gave an overview of today’s show and introduced the eBay Radio News with Lee Mirabal. Stories include Hurricane Harvey, a Google Chrome security update and Wonder Woman comic books. Griff and Lee discussed the sitewide rollout of Seller Hub, which will be the subject of tomorrow’s Weekly Chat with eBay Staff (http://community.ebay.com/t5/Weekly-Chat-with-eBay-Staff/Community-Chat-Aug-30th-1pm-PT-Seller-Hub/m-p/27400064#M13072) at 1pm PT.
They also told listeners about eBay’s newly published 2017 Holiday Playbook (http://www.ebay.com/seller-center/seasonal-playbook) and reminded eBay storeowners to use their Q3 coupon for eBay-branded shipping supplies (http://www.ebay.com/supplies), while Top Rated Sellers and Anchor Store subscribers should use their Q3 Promoted Listings credit (http://www.ebay.com/promoted listings).