I’m always looking for ways to cross through my eBay to-do list more quickly. Working on listings takes longer than I’d like, but here’s one thing I do to make the process take a little less time.
Bookmark the text that goes in every listing, so that you can copy and paste it when creating listings.
In every one of my listings, I include measurements and a little blurb about being open to buyer questions: (see below in pink boxes)
Obviously, which measurements I include is determined by the type of garment. A tank top generally won’t have a hip measurement, for example.
I used Google Docs to write out this text, and then I bookmarked it on my web browser’s toolbar.
When I’m listing, all I have to do is keep that tab open, and copy and paste that scripted text into each listing. If I need to tweak something (like including the “hip” measurement or taking out the “sleeve length” measurement) I’ll do so in the listing, keeping the Google Doc unchanged.
There you go–a simple tip that helps cut down on the amount of time it takes to list an item on eBay.