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Tue Jan 26 2010 08:14:29

eBay Announces Fee Changes, Will Eliminate Store Format

By: Ina Steiner

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As anticipated, eBay will eliminate its Store Inventory format and has introduced a new pricing structure effective March 30, 2010. There will be one Fixed Price format on eBay - listings in the current Stores Inventory Format will automatically become regular Fixed Price listings with the same duration and appear with all other Fixed Price listings in eBay search results.

eBay will also extend the multi-variation listing feature to more categories - this allows sellers to list multiple variations of a product, including color and size, in one listing.

Sellers may no longer use the PowerSeller icon or references to the PowerSeller designation in listing templates, listing descriptions, About Me pages, or Stores pages.

Some initial thoughts:
With the new eBay Stores pricing, it's much more expensive to list in Stores format for low-volume sellers - you pay the same $15.95/month subscription fee, but rather than paying as low as 3 cents to list, you must pay a 20-cent insertion fee. However, your listings appear in Core search results.

An option would be to pay a higher monthly subscription fee - almost $50, and get insertion fees of 5 cents. eBay says this works for sellers who list over 250 items per month.

A lot of news to digest here, let's hear your comments!

Fee Changes
- No Insertion Fees for Auction-style listings when you list your item with a start price under $1—up to 100 listings per month. Pay only if your item sells.

- New low Insertion Fees when you list your item with a start price of $1 or more

- One easy Final Value Fee of 9% of the winning bid—and never more than $50—regardless of your start price or final selling price.

- 50-cent Insertion Fee for Fixed Price with Final Value Fees for the most part staying the same.



eBay will also introduce new fees for its Stores.
BASIC: 20¢ Fixed Price Insertion Fees, $15.95/month - Consider a Basic Store if you list more than 50 Fixed Price or Auction-style items a month. It's a great starter package if you plan to start an eBay business or ramp up your selling.

PREMIUM: 5¢ Fixed Price Insertion Fees, $49.95/month - Great choice for higher volume sellers (more than 250 items per month) and sellers listing in both Auction-style and Fixed Price formats.

ANCHOR: 3¢ Fixed Price Insertion Fees, $299.95/month - Get the same great deal as the old Store Inventory format-now with full exposure in search results! With an Anchor Store subscription, higher volume sellers get top savings and the lowest package rates on eBay.



NOTE: Starting in March, meeting the new minimum performance standard for all sellers will be a requirement for Premium and Anchor subscribers. ("Above Standard.")



- Insertion Fees as low as 3¢ for Fixed Price listings with full exposure in search results

- Fixed Price Final Value Fees for the most part staying the same

- New low Auction-style Insertion Fees

- Auction-style Final Value Fees significantly reduced over the new standard rate

- FREE pictures—up to 12 per listing

- FREE Selling Manager Pro with Premium and Anchor subscriptions
 
- Plus all the other great marketing tools you get with an eBay Stores subscription, including your own customizable store front and Markdown Manager.



New PowerSeller discounts and seller requirements coming in mid-April - the new PowerSeller requirements (originally announced in July 2009) will be in effect for all PowerSellers, not just Top-rated sellers. And with the new PowerSeller discount schedule (also announced in July), only eBay Top-rated sellers will receive 20% fee discounts. All other PowerSellers will receive 5% discounts. PowerSellers will see this change reflected on their statements starting May 1, 2010.

Here's a link to eBay's overview page.
 

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by: snappy14

Wed Jan 27 14:19:15 2010

It is simply astonishing to see how many - the sheer volume overall -sellers have the opinions that have been expressed here - and with rare exception, all unfavorable.  

Not that those shouldn't be, because this is just one more heinous, disengenuous, misleading, falsly conveyed, and poorly conceived plan by the corporation of maximum hate.  Rather, once again, these opinions continue to pile up, increasing the "noise" level, and will no doubt be once again dismissed by eBay which will continue to operate as if they know better DESPITE the opinions of the overwhelmingly vast majority if it's customers who PAY eBay's light bill.  The light grows dimmer too.

What will be even more astonishing is if these (but latest and loudest) opinions will be heeded as both having basis in merit (they surely do), and cause any meaningful impact on the status change du jor.

A 'savings' touted, which once again is actually an increase - and to unconcionable level at that given the state of economy at the least.  A 'best search return' that doesn't and never really has. A 'venue' that has no product yet conveys itself as one that does, wrestling control of operations.  A dictatorship of performance suitability from an entity who can't even closely meet it's own standards.  Whitewashing themselves as the best, yet apparently so needful of change it must continuously 'tweek' to fix what isn't broken.

Will nobody heed?  Is this just (yet) another relief valve episode?  How long can this be discounted?  How can ALL this be ignored?

When in the course of (eCommerce) events.....we hold these truths to be self evident....and to these ends pledge.....

John, Lorie, et.al., it's time to listen, heed, respond.  Or face revolution.  For if you are the rulers of this venue, this kingdom, but we, your trodden sellers are nothing, then exactly what are you the rulers OF?  

And thus, what do we really stand to lose with your destruction?

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by: Bye Bye Ebay

Wed Jan 27 14:31:58 2010

I am pleased to see eBay get back to their roots - auctions. The problem is, there's no buyers on the site anymore, or certainly not enough to risk a .99-cent auction! I tend to agree with a few other posters here; you can expect your .99-cent auction to end at .99 cents.

I haven't run the numbers yet to see what that .99 cent auction would bring in net after FVF, Pay Pal fees and - free shipping. Within a month or two, buyers be demanding free shipping on auctions too. They've been well trained.

My net? I’ll be minus something. And that’s before the initial cost of my goods, shipping costs to get them here… and I won’t even consider my time. Time is free right?

Sadly, this new round of changes will bring with it another mass exodus of sellers (usually my favorites) which means even fewer buyers on the site to snipe up those .99-cent auctions.

Too little, too late. The ship has sunk. The passengers have all but disembarked.

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by: Jeff S

Wed Jan 27 14:39:40 2010

This small seller currently sells about 20 items a month. I've been selling for 11 years, and was a Powerseller for a number of years way back when. Now I just do it for some extra cash. I have close to 10,000 feedbacks, all 100%.

Many of my items sell for less than $50, so for those items I'll see a minimal increase in fees, and perhaps less, with the reduction in listing fees of 10 cents (I typically list at 9.99). However, for the items that sell for over $50, and that amounts to maybe 5 a month, I'm going to see a SIGNIFICANT increase in fees that will more than compensate for any ''savings'' I got from the under $50 sales. So, in effect, I will be making less. How much less I can't exactly say, but less.

Unfortunately my items do not sell anywhere else. There is no interest in the type of ''one of a kind'' auction/estate/garage sale finds I sell on eBay in the auction format, so I'm stuck and will have to just ''take it''.

That said, I think the 9% flat rate FVF is obscene. I don't see any reason why they didn't just keep the 3 tier rate like we've always had since the beginning (or have a lower flat FVF, like 7% or 8%, which is still an increase, just not as much). Oh, I know why they did it. You'd have to be a fool to miss it. It's to make more money off the ''occasional'' seller, which I now am. Wonderfully greedy plan. The ones they might drive away, are the ones they'd miss the least - the ''small money makers''. But hey, might as well rape those small money makers for even more if you can.

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by: shjames

Wed Jan 27 14:42:49 2010

For Rich

I've been successfully selling on ebay for 10 years and am well aware of its history, stock prices, and competition. As an investor myself -- though certainly not in ebay -- I also have a modest working knowledge of market forces.

If I could sell on Amazon, I would. But I sell in ategory that's been closed to new sellers for a long time. I have no interest in selling anything other than what I do.

Ebay's central dilemma is that Meg Whitman failed to plan for and prepare the marketplace for the inevitable format maturation and competition which any half wit CEO should have factored in.

Whitman's entire 'long term' growth strategy involved two things -- acquisitions and constant fee increases. Such a strategy temporarily produced the precise results she expected -- a growth stock that made Pierre and all the stock option ebay executives filthy rich.

After her well documented acquisition fiascos, thefts of intellectual property resulting in expensive litigations, and a warning in 2005 that semi annual fee increases were damaging the marketplace, Meg knew exactly when to leave because she was privy to data the rest of us weren't.

Ebay stock was probably overvalued during Whitman's tenure thanks to (1) the Wall Street cheerleaders who make money by pimping ebay stock but who don't understand how ebay works, don't care, and haven't either ability apparently or the will or both to dig beneath the shiny, glossy surface Whitman/Donahoe spoon feeds them and (2) the oversight agencies who chronically failed and are still failing to exercise any oversight.

Donahoe will continue his incremental homicide of the ebay.com marketplace while pushing PayPal, Stub Hub, and other marketplaces.

But before he finally succeeds, he will pound every red cent out of ebay.com marketplace sellers that he possibly can any way he can.

So while I post here infrequently, I am not a novice to ebay, these boards, or to the fundamentally dishonest corporate and financial systems that have taken over this country and its government.

The only major analyst, IMO, who has it right is Deutsche Bank's Jeetil Patel who said just last week: "We reiterate our sell investment rating on shares of eBay."

Donahoe isn't looking to sell off PayPal. Why would he sell off the msot profitable division? He'll kill or sell off the ebay.com marketplace first if he can find anyone willing to buy it.

Yes, Donahoe "loves" all his "children" including the one he regularly beats and otherwise abuses at every opportunity.

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by: Harriet

Wed Jan 27 14:55:15 2010

I've read several articles online on this new rate scheme, and I am astonished that the mainstream press has just accepted the very shallow version of the news, and hasn't even read into it deeper or read some of the multitudinous seller comments here and in many other places about how the "decrease" is really an "increase" in sheep's clothing.

I always viewed the press as a highly independent section of our country with reporters who were interested in reporting the real news in an investigative way.

I suppose, when ebay is finally discovered to be an empty shell, the press will be so amazed that it was all going on without their knowledge.

How about some of your reporters who are reading this blog, go and do some extensive reading about what is really going on instead of just parroting company rhetoric.

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by: Robert Frechette

Wed Jan 27 15:00:11 2010

Hi.  I have over 230,000 positive feedbacks.  My eBay id: southgap at http://stores.ebay.com/South-Gap

In 2007, I was the #1 volume seller on eBay.com

today I sell at http://www.TraderLou.com

Here are my thoughts....

1. My eBay.com fees for this month will be less than $400.  I use to "happily" spend over $46,000 a month.  Nothing much sells on eBay anymore.

2. Selling on eBay today is like going back before the year 2000.  There are these things now called a shopping cart and 1 click to buy.

3. I feel like I have a daily rental agreement with eBay.  They can threaten me, reduce my sales, increase my costs, kick me off the sight for whatever reason, and whenever they want.  How could anyone invest in this?

4. Selling on my own online stores simply using email marketing is very lucrative.  Take your old eBay customers and tell them via email about your new online store.  I build my online stores with yahoo and use aweber for email marketing.  

5. This is another fee increase from eBay.  I can't believe they are doing this.  If my sales increase, it may still be profitable.  However, this is a fee increase for me.

If I were running eBay, I would...

1. Offer stock in the company to all my sellers. That's about the only way I would promote this site anymore with any great interest.

2. Offer a guarentee that I won't lose my account for any "grave violations"...like a negative feedback from some dumb customer in timbuktoo.

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by: another side of the coin

Wed Jan 27 15:03:25 2010

JD better get that sale of Paypal under way because no one in core, both buyers and sellers, will be using Paypal. Expect to see a drop in Paypal transactions. If there are no sellers of the unique, one-of-a-kind, collectibles, then there will be no buyers, period. Doesn't matter if you specialize in brand new items. eBay will lose its appeal, its niche. I find it hard to believe most buyers are looking for mass produced, same old stuff they can get anywhere for less money and less of a headache then buying on eBay. eBay is no longer a simple sale for buyers.

Sellers are all going to have to increase their prices to pay for the increase in fees. Buyers will then just go somewhere else.JD is really in La La Land if he thinks most buyers have a ''money is no object'' mentality.

JD should be ashamed of himself for bad mouthing and creating all this animosity toward it's sellers. JD MADE eBay look bad. Now JD is trying to make himself look great with all this Buyer Protection and ''free'' insertion fees for sellers. People aren't stupid, the word ''free'' always has some sort of gimmick or catch to it.

In this case ''free'' means flooding the site with junk so now sellers items will be buried pages deep in Best Match. Expect to have items sell at that wonderful .99 opening bid. Higher priced, quality items will be mixed in with all this surge in listings so it will be a crap shoot if your items are found. If you are in stores, who wants to keep relisting at a higher rate, ridiculous FVFs and monthly store fee.

I doubt if eBay will be able to plunder on after this one for much longer.

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by: Patrick

Wed Jan 27 15:49:36 2010

It makes total PERFECT business sense, in the midst of the worst recession in 80 years, to RAISE fees and alienate what sellers you have left so that they list LESS products thereby having LESS choices of goods for potential buyers resulting in Final Value Fees collected to plummet.

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by: ex silver powerseller

Wed Jan 27 16:33:34 2010

You know what, after crunching the numbers & the realization that Ebay is making me less than $1000 a month and $200 in fees instead of when I made up to 10 times a much a month, it makes more sense to focus efforts elsewhere to make up that $800 rather than ramp up to the level required to make a premium store work at higher costs to ourselves. with the picky jerks that ebay encourages for customers, I'll not qualify some month & get burned in fees I'm sure. screw them and their ever changing bs i'm done.

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by: fruity

Wed Jan 27 17:13:36 2010

We all need a way to find each other. Do sellers use facebook? I think maybe we should take a leap so we can converse long term about where we're going fast!

ps. If these journalists are listening to canned statements then no wonder our economy is in the crapper. I have a new view on journalists and my thoughts are if they are not going to report the news then maybe we might have a better response by being critical of these bias journalists. I say out the journalists for inaccurate and sloppy reporting. No wonder traditional media is dead.

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by: David

Wed Jan 27 17:28:35 2010

The bottom line of eBay's new fees is that ALL store sellers will pay eBay more.  High volume sellers have a smaller increase, but still pay more.

I did the math.  The monthly totals are the subscription fee and the listings fees added together.  I simply added the subscription fees to the items x listing fees.  For the old fees I assume a basic store subscription.  Here it is:

under 226 items: Basic Store is best
226 items is now $61.15 per month - was $22.73 per month (269% increase - aargh!)

under 12500 items: Premium Store is best
12500 items is now $674.95 per month - was $390.95 per month (173% increase - ouch!)

over 12500 items: Anchor Store
i.e. 25000 items is now $1049.95 per month - was $765.95 per month (only 137% increase)

What do sellers get in return for the higher fees?  All items get full search exposure.  That may seem valuable, but I doubt it will turn out that way.  After the change the full search will become flooded with all the items that were in eBay stores.  It will become a crowded mess.  Sellers pay more and get less.  Typical eBay.

I don't want extra exposure.   Even if I get more business it won’t do me any good.  The extra business will just produce the money to pay the higher fees.  If I’m lucky I’ll make the same money I do now – but with more work.

I feel like an eBay serf.  It will not get any better until Lord eBay is humbled by a modern-day peasants' revolt.

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by: Ed Smith

Wed Jan 27 17:31:01 2010

This isn't LOWER fees. It’s HIGHER fees! Most of an items fee is the final value fee. It is being raised to 9%. To proclaim this is as lower fees is dishonest. It isn't "Revenue Neutral". They will be raking in even more $$$ out of the hides of the sellers, the people who pay eBay and PayPal 100% of their income. To entice starting items at less than $1.00 is an invitation to Shill Bidding. "By offering lower insertion fees to our sellers, we have almost doubled the number of live listings, a significant increase. “ They also give an example; For example, a $200 electronics sale with a 99-cent starting price would currently rack up fees of $8.47. Under the new model, fees would rise to $18.00.

When is the Attorney General going to look at the monopoly they created, especially with them REQUIRING sellers to accept ONLY PayPal for payment (Their Wholly owned subsidiary)! On the Dollar bill it says, “This Note Is Legal Tender For All Debts, Public and Private.” EXCEPT AT EBAY?

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by: another side of the coin

Wed Jan 27 17:32:52 2010

JD is so use to being a butcher at Bain that he doesn't know how to build or even sustain a major corporation. He only knows how to take apart and suck as much guts (money) as he can and then sell off what is left before moving on to the next victim. Sounds evil, doesn't it? but you get my point. JD should never have been placed as CEO, he isn't qualified. And Meg wasn't qualified either. Where IS that monkey I keep hearing about?

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by: Don't forget!

Wed Jan 27 17:33:49 2010


When you open your new shops on all of the other great venues, don't forget to add yourself and all of your shops on David and Ina's EveryPlaceISell.com

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by: M B Whitcomb

Wed Jan 27 17:35:42 2010

We all work very hard to make money on and for Ebay and I looked forward to the day when I could actually take home anything close to minimum wage for my time. When I looked at Ebay's fees before this in relation to what I took home, it really upset me. Now they want more.

I have already started my going out of business sale. I tried to bring quality handmade items to this market place. It looked like a good bet for me, compromised by fibromyalgia and needing control of my time to take care of my condition, great part-time work, and I threw myself into it. It has been a grueling 3 year effort, 7 days a week and many many wee hours. But it seemed like every time I got to a point where I would get ahead, Ebay would change the rules and I'd have to re-work everything.

The ''top rated seller'' program suggests quality to the buyer but actually requires volume sales, and a lot of 100% feedback sellers like me, who are one person operations were burned badly by the suggestion that we are not as good as volume sellers with similar feedback ratings.

So, I worked like the devil (neglecting everyone in my life) to achieve ''top rated'' status and got to it last week (physically exhausted). Now this, and a short month to adapt 500 listings.

It is not all bad. If ebay had decided to promote store items better without demanding more money per listing, I would be jumping up and down with joy and making listings like crazy. But now, if there is slow month, it will not be slow for Ebay, and I will foot the bill.

Why can't Ebay make a ''pay for success'' model the way Google does? Ebay is rapidly becoming to auction sites like AOL is to email...has been. The flagship is sinking fast.

After the ''top rated'' thing I started an Etsy store, and will check out Amazon as soon as I stop crying with frustration. Thanks ebay! I will be sure to share my experience with anyone who will listen.

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by: J.G.

Wed Jan 27 17:53:17 2010

Fruity, start a new group at Yahoo.  It's free.  Maybe there's an easier way, but I am in 3 groups at Yahoo.

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by: May Bee

Wed Jan 27 18:03:43 2010

Actually this dumb move by ebay takes the burden off of all of us.  Ebay has locked itself into its own coffin and thrown away the key now.  

Sellers should use ebay for exposure, and accept outside deals as best offers, and cut ebay out of the deal altogether.  Ebay doubles their fees, and loses more than half of my volume..  Today I sold $100 on ebay and $800 off ebay just to prove to myself that I plan on cutting ebay out of as much volume as possible because of ebay's greed and abuse.

Why buy the cow, when you get get the milk for free?  Use ebay, but don't let them get paid.  Its actually very simple, if they think we're stupid, they can enjoy their own financial funeral.

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by: Ebay's Slow Death

Wed Jan 27 18:33:29 2010

Ebay is pushing the 100 ''Free'' $.99 auction listings per month.

What is interesting about this, is that the minimum commission would $.09, but then there is the PayPal commission, which would be a minimum of $.33. (2.9% + .30). So that $.99 - $.42 = $.57 profit. (At least you won't have to pay for the $.99 auctions which don't sell anymore.)

So, this is a great boon to PayPal, which is JD's profit machine. He is doing a slight-of-hand, trying to get earnings up.  You will be paying for those ''Free'' listings, if they sell.

However, you say with the increased exposure (ya right!) then you will get more than the $.99 starting price. It's an auction after all.

I have personally found that there are very few Buyers left on Ebay.  That TSR badge I got a couple of weeks ago is really interesting. Out of 1000 postcards in my store, I was averaging selling two a day. Since the badge, I'm down to one every three days.  For this, I'm suppose to pay a $100 fee every month up front, instead of the $46.00 I'm paying right now. (Not going to do it.)

As has been said before, Sellers who let their store listings roll over on March 30th to the new fee structure better be careful. There might be some nasty surprises there for extra listing features that have been repriced.

I will close my store before then.  This latest fee ''Decrease'' has done me in, and months worth of work on Ebay are going to go Poof.  

Those other listing venues, like eCrater and Bonanzle that have no up-front fees are looking awfully good.  There might not be many sales there, but at least you don't go in the hole if you aren't selling enough.

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by: On Lies and Secrets

Wed Jan 27 18:47:28 2010

Well, well, well....  It took a *long* time to read through all of these posts.

First, I'll starting by stating the following since Ming isn't here to state it:

NEG MEG WHITMAN IN 2010

From my perspective, the origin of the problems with the ebay corporation was under her watch and there are some great posts to this thread that address and describe this.  Donohoe was Whitman's pick and she groomed him for his current role.  The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

IMO, the discussion about the impact of the changes in stores still doesn't address the fact that a few, select mega-sellers get to negotiate their fees and terms while most smaller and local sellers don't get this privilege.  IMO, the whole entire system disadvantages small businesses irrespective of the change in stores.  IMO, small sellers are still subsidizing the largest few.  This is the type of system that has resulted from Meg Whitman's management of the company.  If past behavior is any indication of the future, then there is much cause for concerned about her ability to govern a state effectively.  

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by: madkiwi

Wed Jan 27 18:54:12 2010

They just screwed this medium volume high value Gold Powerseller (100 sales per month, $200 average). My total fees will be increasing 122%.

Unless I become a subscriber, then they will only increase 28%.

F'ing wonderful.

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