In the blog post from eBay’s Steve Fisher called: “Replatforming eBay: How We Are Delivering the Shopping Destination of Choice” it was announced that the new seller interface called Seller Hub will be rolled to all users.
It has been used in the US by some sellers since last autumn and now it’s coming to the UK. We don’t have a date on when it will roll out here at this time.
This isn’t a surprise. What is, perhaps, notable is that it’s taken so long to land on the British shores. What will it mean to you? What is the Seller Hub? With quite some months of operation on eBay.com the hope is that it has been honed and debugged with seller feedback. Fisher’s announcement is clear that it will have enhanced seller analytics tool as standard.
It’s going to replace a lot of the dashboards you use every day including Selling Manager and Selling Manager Pro and also the interfaces you use for sales, seller costs, traffic and seller standards and defects and the like. Expect a complete overhaul.
As eBay notes it will be you online hub where you:
– Monitor the overall status of your business
– Receive metrics on the current performance of your business
– Access insights and guidance that can help you grow your business
– Manage your listings and orders including; producing eBay Postage labels, adding tracking numbers, printing invoices in bulk and managing returns and cancellations.
Have you used the new Seller Hub yet? How does it work for you?