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2 thoughts on “Monday Updates on eBay Seller Hub”

  1. Like we have told all our friends and family. Set up your bookmarks for every page you need on Fleecepig. Then go to customize and delete everything. What you have left is a pure white page, nada on it, no scrolling ads for the crap fleecepig thinks you want. Now you just have to learn to use your bookmarks. That is a more pleasant experience then the overload on Seller Hell.

  2. I really do not have a big problem with the Seller Hub itself. It has the same information as Selling Manager Pro, just in a different format.

    What is worrisome is the Underperforming Listings section. EBay is stating that one-fourth of my listings fall into this category. And rumor has it that these listings can be deleted without any notice. And there is no way to retrieve them to relist, and the listing must be started over from scratch.

    Looking at my so-called “Underperforming” listings, there are many items that haven’t even been listed for 30 days. And since they, in most cases, are the only examples on eBay, the software determines them to be “100% less likely than competitors”.

    Hope these will not be pulled from the site without even having a real chance to ever be seen. And what does ending listings accomplish for eBay? Their gross available product market value goes down, which cannot look good to shareholders.

    There can perhaps be legal ramifications as well, since sellers are paying for a certain number of listings with their store subscription. It must be assumed that a company could not deny or take away something a customer is paying for.

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