Tools & Services Guide

TamebayWe’re thrilled to republish the Tamebay eBay & eCommerce Tools & Service Guide. This is the fifth edition of the Tamebay Guide and we’ve taken time to assemble what we think are the most useful tools and services out there. We’ve also taken recommendations from Tamebay readers. We’re confident that this is the most comprehensive guide and directory of its kind out there – the guide is twice as big as previous versions of the guide!

As well as downloading the Tamebay Guide you can also browse the entire ebook as a website at TamebayGuide.com

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As an eBay business grows there becomes a need to simplify and automate many of the day to day tasks you will be undertaking. Everything from listing an item on eBay, printing and posting your sales, managing your customer communications and expanding your eBay business onto other marketplaces, your own website, shopping comparison sites and using paid search can be done manually. However the use of appropriate tools to manage these processes can automate the functions, perform tasks more effectively and save time and costs freeing you up to manage your business.

Many of the tools in this guide are little known apps which can make a huge contribution to the way you run your eBay business. Others are better known, but you may not have had time to fully investigate the products and services they offer. We’re confident that there is something for everyone in this guide.

We’d like to thank all of the companies who have supported us in creating this guide, the many people who support us with content for the site and most importantly of all you and all our many other thousands of readers who visit Tamebay, comment on Tamebay and who have made the site what it is today.

Recent Comments

Alan Paterson said:

Bit worried about this. What is a seller misplaces his phone. What if you need to change the number?...

Mike said:

Lesson learned Tamebay - don't copy anything from the Daily Mirror! Or any tabloid in fact. Even m...

Susan said:

Yep - It's a hoax. Even the original story from 10 years ago turned out to be a practical joke on th...

Alan said:

Seems an old story, https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2104897/Mystery-safe-Man-finds-26-000-s...

Alan said:

Sounds great but would be good if they could sort multi user access first, to allow colleagues to ac...

Sam said:

I think two factor authentication is a good idea. But eBay seem to have done this in a bit of a str...

Stig D said:

Privatisation was a bad move. Thank you Mr Cable. Royal Mail's main priority is now profit rather th...

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David Fear said:

It the seller didn't open the safe him/herself or pay to have it opened, then the seller would sell ...

Roy said:

I believe the buyer should be putting in a claim with eBay "Not as described" 🤣😂🤣