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So much & so good!

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A review of eBay Blackthorne by GOing1nceLLC,
10 Apr 2007
As one of the first testers of Blackthorne Pro, I've been fiddling with it for over 2 years. On 1/1/06, I started using it as my only auction management program. BTPro streamlines my entire operation - from creating item records to post-sales, including managing my consignments. My eBay About Me page (GOing1nceLLC) links to many workshops and other info I've presented to assist in using Blackthorne effectively. Blackthorne does have a healthy learning curve - it isn't just a "start and go" pro

Good auction management, store is very cheesy, not very flexible

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A review of MarketplaceAdvisor by tracker,
5 Apr 2007
I've used them for many months. Their product works fairly well. Auction launch time may not be what you scheduled due to their system being slow. System is slow in general, sometimes very slow. The system is very hard to learn and navigate. Cumbersome at times to do anything out of the basic. Not very innovative in this department - brute force all the way. It is also not very flexible. One size fts all! Polite customer support. Their store is very hard to learn and your store looks na

Very buggy software, misleading fee structure arrogant customer support people

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A review of Zoovy by tracker,
5 Apr 2007
After months of trying I gave up. The software was buggy to the point of being unusable. Fundamental issues inclucding launching and selling more items than in inventory, not charging shipping, etc. Support staff is very arrogant, not very helpful, not inerested in finding out what your issue is and not interested in fixing it. By default it is not our problem you must be doing something wrong. Close issue tickets without ever working on the issue. Fees are much higher than the tell you. E

I have been using Auction Hawk for a long time - love it!

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A review of Auction Hawk by wyocowgirl,
4 Apr 2007
I have been using Auction Hawk for my eBay auctions for 4 or 5 years. I have found their tech support to be responsive and very helpful. They do not give up. They listen to you and don't treat you like a dummy or put you though the "101" process before they admit there is a problem. The best part about Auction Hawk is even though things don't always work 100% all the time, I have never been unable to list because of it. That is the most important thing to me. Whatever has been a problem

My Top Pick!!

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A review of BidSlammer by citro_cell,
25 Mar 2007
I have been using BidSlammer since the fall of '05. The process to use BidSlammer is easy and flawless - 1)find an item 2)plug the auction number into your BidSlammer page 3)set a price limit 4)leave the computer and go enjoy doing something else without having to worry. Once you set a price there is nothing to monitor, you won't raise the price by letting the other bidders know you are interested, and you can even go on vacation and leave it up to bidslammer to win the item - it's great. I

The best sniping site of them all.

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A review of BidSlammer by deliverin21dave,
24 Mar 2007
I have been sniping on eBay for over four years and I have one service that does it all for me. The best a href=http://www.bidslammer.comsniping service/a of them all is hands down. I have had virtually no problems with the service. Lots of times I thought I missed snipes and their customer service team took great care of me and helped me understand the miss. Their 99.9% accuracy has held up time and again, as I've bid on over 5,000 items with them and had perhaps 1 miss the

Fantastic!!! I found my purpose!

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A review of Auction Hawk by Auctionbug21,
16 Mar 2007
I have been looking for the last year for an affordable solution that does not charge percentage fees. I use a lot of pictures so I need a image hosting service that is FAST! As soon as I joined, they imported all of my listing and images from eBay and I started making listings right away. Within the first hour I had most of my stuff going due to the simplicity of the site. They have outstanding customer service, they respond to my needs very quickly. They have things the other sites don't off

Setting Revision Rules is as simple as 1, 2, 3

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A review of Vendio Reviser by easybayus,
15 Mar 2007
The Vendio Reviser is a great product and I can only hope that eBay is aware of the benefits that it gives powersellers . It is easy to set-up, change and it is very effective. There are several revision strategies we did manually before using this product. We run about 1000 auctions monthly and invested about 20 hours each month in manual revisions. We don't do any manual revisions now and only pay $19.95/month. My time is worth much more than a $1/hour! The revisions that we make auto

Great product. Love the Firefox Add-on

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A review of by joeG,
12 Mar 2007
Easy to use, great service, and free! can you ask for more?

Pretty Good But Costs Money...

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A review of Terapeak Professional by Kris,
11 Mar 2007
Terapeak is not bad considering the fees. It is so easy to use! Although there is absolutely no learning curve, they still provide a quick and easy to follow help page with screen prints. All you have to do is type in your search term(s), select one or all categories, choose 1, 7, 30 days of data, and/or end day. Results appear within a few seconds. The research is based on closed listings, seller IDs, and categories. You have the option to save your searches. To make better use of t

No Fuss, Great-Looking Ads

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A review of AlienFiles by sbase32,
7 Mar 2007
One thing that's always stymied me is creating a good-looking eBay ad. I know, eBay has a wizard. But I wanted something with a little more pizzazz, something with pictures. I tried AlienFiles 2.0, a terrific program that does all the heavy lifting. Besides using wizards to create my ads, it gives me a way to add up to 30 images (a total of 12MB) to my ad without paying eBay's fees. One buyer told me that what sold him was being able to zoom in and out of my images, thanks to AlienFiles. That


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A review of Fit To List by sbase32,
7 Mar 2007
Does the job, but feels dated.


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A review of Fast Photos by sbase32,
7 Mar 2007
I like this software and its very easy to use, however I have found other products that are similar, except they are free.

Great Program

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A review of AlienFiles by JohnSmithNY,
5 Mar 2007
Pros: It has a nice wizard that saves you a ton of time and takes out the guess work of where things are gonna go or be placed. Cons: Lack of flexibility for font types and sizes. It would be nice to be able to manage more of the colors of the design images. The template is sort of limited.

A waste of your time

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A review of Auction Lizard by JohnSmithNY,
5 Mar 2007
Pros: Pretty straight forward program, but one the average user who isnt familiar with HTML would hate to play with. Nothing too fancy here. Cons: Id rather just use Frontpage. There is no wizard that I could find. It does not save time over using professional programs. Im Joe Schmoe. I dont KNOW html, but I can figure it out when I have Microsoft Frontpage open. This doesnt make life any easier, or make my ads look better. In fact i made an ad using this program in 10 mins...then did the

Its ok

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A review of eBaitor by JohnSmithNY,
5 Mar 2007
Plus points: reminds me of using Microsoft word Negative Points: reminds me of using Microsoft word

Easy to use

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A review of AlienFiles by itugs,
5 Mar 2007
It makes my work become never easier. Most of my routine works now is done automatically.


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A review of AlienFiles by rearvumirr,
4 Mar 2007
image files disappear on ads. not a reliable image hosting company. i have to go through 100+ ads and to find out which ones are using them for images and change it! you'll lose sales with this company!

SnipeRight, gone without warning!

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A review of SnipeRight Professional by Torquemada,
1 Mar 2007
I used it for a while, updated, now it's all over, where's my paid for service? I am not amused.

Just does not work anymore

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A review of Auction Auto Bidder by muzza,
18 Feb 2007
Auction Auto Bidder was fine then had some trouble bidding. Problems could be traced to security settings on windows, once reset problems were resolved and program back to normal, probably caused by other programs installed on my system which had changed default settings. Once I cleaned the system up and got rid of IE add-ons Auction Bidder working as normal. Support took a few days to respond but once contact made was successfully resolved. Muzz


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A review of Auction Hawk by jerseygirl,
9 Feb 2007
When I signed up I thought I found a great listing service for my ebay auctions in Auctionhawk. Used A.H. off and on for several weeks and loved their ease of use, price and features (when it worked)! I hated the constant bugs and clueless tech support! Right when everything seemed to be running smooth again, their system would go haywire: For instance, my ebay items on my ebay listings would list wilh no descriptions and the inventory scheduling didn't work and still doesn't, they never could
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