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Where can I find a 'template' so I can list several similar items (kids shoes) without having to type them all out?

(8 Posts)
gaussgirl Fri 16-Jan-09 08:17:01

Would really like a place I can set up my page then post it up on ebay when I'm ready without paying the ebay fee for a specific start time! I have Fridays off and want to spend some time writing descriptions, putting up the photo etc for these shoes but to actually post them on ebay tomorrow (Saturday).

It'd be handy if it were a template so I can list terms and conditions without having to type such things out 10 times!

Thanks, oh experienced ones!

FAQtothefuture Fri 16-Jan-09 08:22:07

download Turbo lister (it's free) smile

sarah573 Fri 16-Jan-09 10:01:23

Yep I agree turbo lister - just upload it when you want the listing to start and then you don't have to pay the schedule fee.

gaussgirl Fri 16-Jan-09 10:14:23

OK, may thanks. Am looking at it right now!

I've sold quite a lot on ebay but a while ago. Now we're faced with moving house and I really need to shift loads of pairs of good condition shoes in particular (we were going to carboot them but last summer's weather was so - well, we all remember!- that it never happened!)

gaussgirl Fri 16-Jan-09 10:14:54

Many thanks, in fact. Hope I proof read my ebay listings better!

Mspontipine Fri 16-Jan-09 11:25:17

You can save your own templates - when you create a new listing it gives you the option of saving it as a template - you can have about 8 saved to pop into at any time - you can always edit or delete them.

Also once you have created your first listing if you click "sell similar" you will get version to edit according to need - so you only need to list all your basic blurb once!

beckyg71 Wed 21-Jan-09 19:08:26

I'd recommend you sign up for Auctiva at You can save templates on there plus you can put on loads of images of your item but you don't get charged for using more than one picture unlike E-Bay who charge something like 12p for every additional picture. It's very easy to sign up and you do all your listings on Auctiva and then they transfer them to E-Bay immediately. I'd really recommend you have a look at what they offer - if nothing else it saves you money on the insertion fees you normally pay to E-Bay.

DivamakesKimchi Fri 30-Jan-09 17:14:29

yes, auctiva is very easy. and free.

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