Create product listings on eBay.com through Listing Mirror's easy-to-use syncing tool.
Transfers shipping data, including tracking numbers, to eBay.
Monitor and adjust inventory levels. Set a threshold for your inventory to avoid overselling.
Monitor and adjust product pricing through our online dashboard.
Anyone can sell on eBay! However, to be successful you will need to keep a few recommendations in mind.
Important on any online marketplace
Some additional helpful advice for any eBay Seller:
eBay is a marketplace that allows users to offer, sell and buy just about anything in a variety of pricing formats and locations. The actual contract for sale is directly between the seller and buyer. eBay is not a traditional auctioneer.
YES. eBay is one of the easiest to get into, especially if you are already on other marketplaces like Amazon. We can sync all your orders, listing data, and shipping info with ease!
This is the exact reason Listing Mirror was created.
We provide a central location for all your items to be listed on multiple channels. Listing Mirror will be your hub to control and monitor your items and sales on each of those marketplaces.
The smartest sellers use Listing Mirror’s easy and efficient eBay integration.
Listing Mirror allows you to effortlessly sell across multiple online marketplaces, including eBay.
Using Listing Mirror will allow you to expand your product listings to each marketplace with very little effort.
Our service will save you time and money by centralizing all of your products, orders, and fulfillment into one easy to use software service!
eBay is the most “open” marketplace, meaning they allow almost any type of item, in any condition, and the barrier to entry is virtually zero. eBay is one of the oldest as well, so they have many good policies to protect buyers and sellers alike.
eBay fees are a bit more involved than some of the newer marketplace, but they have a base rate of 10%. Please see their Fees and Features page to get a better idea.
Walmart sets their sales commision at 15%. That rate can change, depending on the item’s category. For details visit Referral Fees For Contract Categories.
Walmart does not charge monthly fees or listing fees. Sellers only pay a fee for sales. When you get paid, they get paid.