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Bonanza Creates Seller Checklist to Review Tools

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Bonanza logoOnline marketplace Bonanza created a new tool to help sellers. The Seller Checklist is designed to walk users though the tools and features available to sellers to help them increase sales and focuses on: finding your audience, expanding your reach, and engaging your visitors.

Excerpt of the announcement follows:

Introducing: The Seller Checklist
The Seller Checklist is a resource for sellers like you to learn more about which tools and features could help you increase sales. The information is organized into three main sections: finding your audience, expanding your reach, and engaging your visitors.

If you’d like to focus on one aspect of the list at a time, you can collapse the other sections by clicking the arrow at the top of each section. The items on this checklist vary per seller and are catered to the needs of your business. You can see the potential impact of each action, and once an action has been taken, you’ll receive that oh-so-satisfying Gold Check™.

To see your very own Seller Checklist, simply click the “Reports” tab on the Seller Dashboard and select “Seller Checklist.”

SOURCE: Bonanza Announcement

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One thought on “Bonanza Creates Seller Checklist to Review Tools”

  1. Features to increase sales?

    Maybe with the “three times increase in revenue” (according to their Seattle job listings on craigslist) that they could use that money to advertise the site.
    The sellers shouldn’t have to pay to play if Bonanza would do some advertising.
    They have the worse search engine. You cannot find anything. And then the glitches that occur and don’t want people to know.

    Even Tophatter is advertising on TV.

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