How to Use Auctiva With an eBay Store

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How to Use Auctiva With an eBay Store
Auctiva can help manage your eBay store. (gavel image by Cora Reed from Fotolia.com)

Auctiva is an eBay auction management software that increase the efficiency of your eBay business. It can assist in managing your listings, controlling your inventory and keeping track of sales. Additionally, it can be extremely helpful in creating an eBay store, as it offers templates and quick listing adjustments.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Create an account at Auctiva.com. Click on the "Sign Up" link at the top of the page. Enter in your personal details and create a user name. Auctiva offers a 30-day free trial. After that, you will be charged a monthly fee. This fee varies based on the level you select during account creation.

  2. 2

    Link your eBay account by clicking the "My Account" tab and entering your eBay details.

  3. 3

    Place your mouse over the "Store" tab and a drop-down menu will be displayed. Select the template you would like to use for your store and insert your company logo, if you have one.

  4. 4

    Hover over the "Stores" tab again to manage your eBay store inventory. Click on the "Manage Items" link from the menu and you can fill out the details for your listing. Create the listings for all of the items you would like to display in your online store.

  5. 5

    Save your listings and a list of everything you created will be displayed. You can now manage which items you want to display at certain times. To remove or add items from your store, simply click the box next to the item's name and select "Make hidden" or "Make Visible" respectively.

  6. 6

    Choose which items will be featured in your store to promote additional sales. Click the box next to the items you want to feature and click on the "Make Featured" button to make the changes to your eBay store.

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