New research tools for eBay sellers

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Two new tools are available for those who like to crunch the numbers on their eBay sales. EverySeller Research offers a variety of different reports on buyer behaviour around your listings, from finding methods, to clicks on links within your listings, to conversion rates after ASQs. What I particularly liked, and new sellers may find extra useful, was the “what do I do with this information” sections on their site. The normal price for unlimited useage of ESR is US$27 per month, but at the moment, they’re offering one month’s free trial. However, their usefulness for sellers may be limited; they told me in an email:

While some of our features would work, we have NOT tested ESR with sites other than We are only using the API, and we only recognise categories. So I would say that international sites are on the list for down the road, but not something we really support now.

Better news for UK sellers is that eSeller Street *is* now available for the UK. I talked about this when it was first released, and I still think it’s a great product. The pay-as-you-go model is perfect for researching a new line, for example, or (lets be honest) noseying at how the competition is doing.



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