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Channel Advisor Review - Do NOT Sign Up

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nt123
A review of ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces by nt123,
5 Aug 2009
Channel Advisor promised to feed your products to a variety of shopping comparison sites from just one feed. Our experience was completely different to this. We signed up to what seemed to be the perfect solution. The problem is once we had signed up - we were in a contract. Most of the feeds needed remapping, & when you have over 2000 products this is impossible. The categories needed remapping also. After 6 months we told them it was not working as described by the salesman and wished no longe

tracks ALL profits/expense histroy for eBay sales

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MarkCCC
A review of Auction Tracking by MarkCCC,
3 Aug 2009
I think this is great service and inexpensive. i dont know anything about accounting. As seller on ebay, i figured i was making money when my checking account went up. with new tax laws, i started looking into software to figure profits/income and expense. this is great, goes back up to 18 months, has every single expense associated with each item i sell, even when item numbes change with relistings or when i mov eitems into store! i can also sell on consignemtn now. auction tracking d

The best I've used so far

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mkj
A review of Gixen by mkj,
2 Aug 2009
Always concerned about anything that is free, but I must say this is one sniper service that works very well and actually delivers the bid on time. I used at least 6 major paid auction sniper services previously (for over 10 years) and found that they would always bid way early, like 20-30 seconds, when you set it at 3-6 seconds, or completely missed the bid. Emailed them to find out what the problem was, and always some lame excuse.The older/larger the service, I think the worse they bid. Some

Left this one years ago

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mkj
A review of Auction Sniper by mkj,
2 Aug 2009
At the beginning this was a decent service, but through the years they got worse and AuctionSniper either bid much earlier than scheduled, or not at all. Contacted customer service several times to see what the problem was, but they always had some lame excuse. I am loyal, but only to a point and especially for a "paid service". After trying another half dozen services with mixed results, I ended up with Gixen. It's worked very well, although I do not do a lot of sniping, it has not failed to p

AVOID AVOID! Great first impression, but tiny staff totally unresponsive, software major glitches!

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Latest: 1 Aug 2009
fashionvault.com
A review of Volo by fashionvault.com,
9 Sep 2008
I'll keep this brief and simple. 1. Stay away from eSellerPro 2. the concept of eSellerPro is a great one 3. there is no instruction manual for the software or wiki or forum to look up how to do certain things 4. their staff is tiny, disorganized, and they all work from home. this resulted in completely unaccountability for responding to my requests when the software would malfunction (happened all the time) or when features they had promised to install for me would not work or hadn't bee

Absolute Trash

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peedoffbetatester
A review of AuctionSplash by peedoffbetatester,
16 Jul 2009
I wish I could award this non event with a Zero, One star is Way too generous!! After spending an age installing and re-installing this rubbish, I finally got it to log in to my eBay account, but the App finally fell over during the last update session for category updates - with continual bad hang-ups. Rebooting the pc didn't improve things, and the only way to kill it was to end process via Task Manager. Also excessive CPU and memory hogging - 75% - 100% CPU and C60-70% memory. Even th

Exceptional Service Minded Company~Proficient Professional Employees~TOP NOTCH

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Silver King
A review of Seller Sourcebook by Silver King,
10 Jul 2009
SSB offers Quick Assistance in All Areas of Sales. Professional Technicians who are Patient, Knowledgeable, and Thorough. Large Photos Grab the Attention of the Shoppers without the extra fee for Additional Photos. Wide Range of Templates Offer A Professional Touch to Make Selling a Breeze. Why use a Generic Box for Selling Your Items when You Can Have The SSB Templates with Dynamic Graphics for Any and All Occasions Readily Available. It's Been a Great Experience working with SSB employee

Vendio is ok ,but really it will not automaticly deduct inventory if.......

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stmoritz
A review of Vendio by stmoritz,
26 Jun 2009
I have tried several third party software like vendio platform or Auctiva,selling manager pro, I can only say that inkfrog is a better solution plus it is only 9.95 a month ,(just comapare to vendio and see the savings), and also very clear on the computer screen(to see),also not to mention that is very user friendly,also i liked because it update everything from my ebay status, from payments to feedback and since i used shipwork for sending packages ,once you update shipworks ,it sends all t

Did not work at all on Windows Vista Home Premium

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Latest: 25 Jun 2009
Jyan
A review of Tradebox Finance Manager by Jyan,
18 Jun 2009
Was sold this by Tradebox without asking me which version of Vista I run, I installed it but it just does not run at all (not even once), now told the software is not supported on Windows Vista Home - although it "sometimes works" on it apparently. Not impressed by the sales people or the developers who clearly haven't done a very good job - why should I have a dearer version of Vista? I have no problem with any other software on my computer and I run a hell of lot of programs, and no it's not

Don't use inkfrog

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Latest: 10 Jun 2009
morcowbel
A review of inkFrog by morcowbel,
26 Mar 2007
I have been using the service for awhile and was ok with it. Recently I had a problem with the software not working as it was supposed to. I opened a support ticket. They emailed me back not answering my question. I tried again. THIS IS THE ACTUAL RESPONSE I RECEIVED: hello.. hmm.. so changes you've done to these listings are not showing at eBay? like best offer and 10% price discount? _________________ kind regards, Sergei Ticket Details ===============

Overall great site

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pedro
A review of Vendio by pedro,
8 Jun 2009
We signed up with Vendio 2 years ago. Besides the occasional tech glitch, I've really enjoyed working with the software. The tech support (Chris) is top notch, getting back to my emails very quickly. There is rarely, if ever, an outage. I don't really know what the other sites charge, but my one complaint about Vendio is it seems expensive for what it does. Granted, I list thousands of items monthly, but it seems like there should be a cap on the charges for larger sellers. Now I've just seen th

Appalling Service, Communications and Product. Watch for high ongoing charges

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boozer
A review of Frooition eBay Design by boozer,
5 Jun 2009
I would not recommend using Frootion at all. In my experience with them I've found their communications to be terrible. The number of times I have had to contact them on a Premium rate number due to a fault on their behalf, is unacceptable. I emailed queries and requests in relation to the store/template that they were designing for me but I had no replies and my requests were never addressed. Not a personal service at all. Also, if you are considering using Frooition for an ebay store, m

Why mess up a good thing !

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rwall17
A review of Auctiva by rwall17,
2 Jun 2009
I have been using Auctiva for about a year now. I conisidered it the next best thing to sliced bread. I love what the software can do and you can put listings together in pretty short time. Because you can save the istings and re-edit them you can recreate similar listings super fast. You can upload your images and then select multiple images (around 20) to include in your listing without any additiona photo fees. I also like being able to add on Auctiva's insurance as a convience and enjoy

A NEW MAC CONVERT SINGS THE PRAISES OF GARAGE SALE

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Dankyboy
A review of GarageSale by Dankyboy,
1 Jun 2009
I'VE BEEN AN EBAY POWER SELLER FOR ALMOST 10 YEARS. I RECENTLY SWITCHED FROM MY PC TO A MAC AND NEEDED NEW AUCTION LISTING SOFTWARE. I FEEL LIKE I'VE COME INTO THE 21ST CENTURY...FINALLY! I USED TO USE SPOONFEEDER BUT HATED THAT YOU HAD TO CREATE THE LISTING IN ONE PLACE AND COULDN'T SEE WHAT IT WAS ALL LOOKING LIKE WITHOUT HAVING TO CLICK AND WAIT. GARAGE SALE IS SMOOTH, EASY TO USE, MAKES MY AUCTIONS LOOK VERY UPSCALE AND WELL PUT TOGETHER. WHILE YOUR BUILDING THE LISTING YOU SEE WHAT IT

Good tool but awful support service,

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alberto.villar
A review of JustSnipe by alberto.villar,
29 May 2009
The tool is really good and you have a clear picture of what you bid for, why did you loose and how low was the price compared with your snipe value. In general you can learn how to bid in eBay based on this tool. We pay for the account (very little money) and we place hundreds of snipes per month. *** The Problem *** Now that they have a timeout problem connecting to eBay, they are unable to answer in the forum. They're a kind of disappeared. *** Conclusion *** If you starte

GOOFBAY is good

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rd555
A review of Goofbid eBay Feedback Checker Tool by rd555,
29 May 2009
I'm writing a bit of a mini review, because GOOFBAY needs a thumbs up. It’s really easy to use and has a feedback checker. It shows removed negative feedback. Also a way of checking seller history so you can see how much cash the 'other side' make :) I haven’t used the sniper tool (to bid in that last few seconds), but it comes recommended. But don't set it to 3 seconds or something crazy or you may not win the item. It’s definitely worth checking out

Expensive but not bad

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Jax Music Supply
A review of ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces by Jax Music Supply,
25 May 2009
We went to Channel Advisor after demoing 3 integrated software and a failed Zoovy integration. We are 2 months into Channel Advisor Marketplace and have not fully exploited its potential. It offers lots of selling channels administrated from a single place. Pros: 1. Inventory managed from single place 2. Schedules - continuously automate inventory listings based on your rules in all channels. Very convenient for eBay and Amazon. This automatically relists items that are zeroed whe

A great one

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Woshee
A review of Gixen by Woshee,
16 May 2009
Simply the simplest sniping software. Everything is online, no need to have a software running. Not even a registration needed, the site is only using your ebay logins. It's entirely free, and the developer answer quickly on the forum for any problem. Good job!

Brilliant Image Hosting!!

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tradeit4you
A review of inkFrog by tradeit4you,
12 May 2009
I use BTpro for listing management, which works really well with Inkfrog, it is so easy to use and quick for hosting images well worth the money, although i re-size all images in Corel, Inkfrog can also do this and more, if you want a cost-effective image host, seriously, go for this one. thanks - tradeit4you.com

Not very intuitive, every reviewer on here gets free stuff from the company

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Latest: 9 May 2009
rd555
A review of Prospector by rd555,
7 May 2009
Initially I was very excited because of the glowing reviews........ ...... ................. . .............. but then I realised every reviewer on here gets free stuff from the company!!!! I found the software to be not very intuitive at all, I’m an eBay user for 10 years. There is a very long instruction manual and no getting started video or anything like that. I tried AUCTION SIEVE and AUCTION GNOME, both very intuitive. After about 3 hours I uninstalled it. Still if I deci

Gixen works for me.

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bluedog
A review of Gixen by bluedog,
8 May 2009
I've used several "free" sniping services, including Justsnipe, Auctionstealer, and some others which aren't around anymore. I've been using Gixen for about a year, and Gixen is the one free service that I've used most often and continue to use on a regular basis. Gixen is fairly simple to use and has some nice aspects that should be noted, including the ability to form auction groups, and the ability to plan 10 snipes at a time. Most of the time Gixen functions well, but occassional gl
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