This month marks the end of an era, as eBay retires its listing tool, Turbo Lister, after almost two decades of service.
This is driving many sellers to third-party listing tools. But, with several tools claiming to be the premier Turbo Lister replacement, it can be hard to decipher which is right for you. Maybe you've tried several already, but haven't found one you like, or are yet to find one with all the features you need.
To help, we've taken five listing tools that sellers could use to replace Turbo Lister. We've reviewed their key features, and identified which type of sellers they are most suited to.
Source: Web Retailer Blog
CrazyLister offers over 200+ professional, high-converting eBay templates that are mobile-responsive, and compliant with eBay's active content policies. The integration saves sellers time by automating the process of listing to eBay using these templates.
Ecomdash has also released:
- New warehouse functionality to align warehouses to specific storefronts, and schedule order exports to warehouses.
- The ability to get orders and send tracking data via SFTP, to support selling on Groupon, Houzz and more.
- Improved tax tracking automation with VAT exporting to QuickBooks.
- Expanded API calls to provide access to the full list of SKUs within a kit.
CrazyLister provides a drag-and-drop editor to create a customized eBay listing template with no coding experience required.
CrazyLister templates are mobile responsive and compatible with eBay's upcoming ban on active content scheduled to come into effect on June 1st. Kyozou provides the ability to bulk revise listings, to replace any pre-existing active content with a compliant design created in CrazyLister.
CrazyLister's templates are also designed to increase sales, and their research has shown that their designs have a 10.5% higher conversion rate.
Kyozou users can get a lifetime 20% discount off CrazyLister.
CrazyLister creates HTML listing templates which can be pasted directly into Linnworks to be used in eBay listings.
CrazyLister templates are mobile-optimized and compliant with eBay's new "active content" policy for listings.
CrazyLister are currently offering Linnworks users a free template designed by a professional designer. More information.
eBay listing design tool CrazyLister has a new "mobile view" for previewing the appearance of listings on mobile devices.
The new feature, which CrazyLister says is the world's first mobile view editor for eBay, provides full control over what listings will look like on both desktop and mobile devices.
A new setting to "Make listings mobile friendly" creates a mobile-optimized description, image galleries, videos and more.
The HTML that CrazyLister generates then contains both desktop and mobile descriptions and code. The code recognizes if the listing is being viewed from a desktop or a mobile device, then shows the correct tailored design.
eBay listing tool CrazyLister has raised $600,000 of venture capital investment from Altair VC.
CrazyLister has now hired a new development team, and relocated from Haifa to Tel Aviv.
Development plans include:
- A "mobile view" editor giving control of how listings will look on mobile devices.
- Integration with eBay so users can list and revise listings directly from CrazyLister.
- Educational videos to help grow eBay sales.
- Expanding CrazyLister beyond eBay.
CrazyLister is used by 27,000 sellers from more than 100 countries, who have created over 2 million listings using the tool.
The team from CrazyLister have kicked off a global survey of eBay sellers, asking "If eBay could change one thing to improve the sellers' experience, what would that be?"
You can answer the survey here.
CrazyLister co-founder Victor Levitin said, "We are going to make sure that decision makers at eBay get the results of the survey."
Writing on their blog, Levitin continued, "eBay's new management declared a laser focus on the people who made it what it is today – the small and medium businesses – all of us. I truly believe that we can and will make a difference as a community."