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Sellers Invited to Use eBay Artwork on Social Channels

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Sellers Invited to Use eBay Artwork on Social Channels

eBay commissioned an illustrator to create a digital background sellers can use on social media channels to show they’re “up and running” on eBay.

You can view the illustration on eBay Seller Central social media page, where you can download the jpg files – one file is landscape-oriented, the other is portrait. “Fun, free, illustrated images to celebrate your #sellerlife on social media and video calls,” eBay stated on the page.

Sellers can also download GIFs to use on Instagram, Snap, Facebook posts and stories on a special page on Giphy.com.

eBay announced the availability of the digital artwork in a post on the eBay Selling discussion boards where it wrote, “Our sellers take pride in being able to be their own boss and live the life they want, and now they can let the world know their open on eBay by uploading the image to Facebook profiles, Zoom or Skype meetings, or even Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook stories.”

Illustrator Amy Martin created the artwork, which builds on the Up and Running marketing campaign eBay launched in May, “a program meant to show the world that hundreds of thousands of small businesses are always up and running eBay.”

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Ina Steiner is co-founder and Editor of EcommerceBytes and has been reporting on ecommerce since 1999. She's a widely cited authority on marketplace selling and is author of "Turn eBay Data Into Dollars" (McGraw-Hill 2006). Her blog was featured in the book, "Blogging Heroes" (Wiley 2008). Follow her on Twitter at @ecommercebytes and send news tips to ina@ecommercebytes.com.

3 thoughts on “Sellers Invited to Use eBay Artwork on Social Channels”

  1. “Our sellers take pride in being able to be their own boss and live the life they want”.

    That’s NOT TRUE! If sellers were really their own boss, they would be able to reject ridiculous and / or fraudulent returns by stupid or scammy buyers.

  2. A shop’s business name isn’t eBay. Why should sellers give them free advertising while they rob sellers blind with false claims that they’re advertising for them? PFFT!

    These jerks just get more ridiculous. They are so far removed from what eCommerce is about. They only see dollar signs…not the people behind those dollar signs.

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