Friday, August 11th, 2006 Selling on eBay Made Simple and Ajaxed

Just when you thought that posting an auction on eBay couldn’t get any simpler, enter, boasting itself as a single page, Ajax enabled, easy as pie posting tool for getting your item up quickly and easily without the need to slog through the multiple pages on eBay’s site.

As we interacted with eBay’s system while testing our application, we realized just how complicated it was to list an item on eBay. We asked ourselves what a simple one-page solution for selling on eBay would look like.

Through some intense brainstorm sessions, and interviews with light eBay users, we decided to develop a simple eBay listing solution. List’d was created for people who don’t list on eBay often, a tool for the non-powersellers out there.

Their single page has five basic steps to it – only the simple stuff casual eBay sellers would need:

  • Keywords for the ad (to help determine categories)
  • The title and description
  • Images to post
  • A template from their samples
  • Listing details (like opening bid, payment methods, listing time, etc)

Fill those out, hit submit, and off it goes – it’s as easy as that. Oh, and did I neglect to mention it’s free? Always a plus, especially for a tool that looks as good as this. If you’re a seller that’s been looking for a simple, all-in-one solution to posting your ads with a bit of flair, give Listd a look and see if it’s just what you’ve been lookin’ for.

Posted by Chris Cornutt at 8:37 am

3.8 rating from 23 votes


Comments feed TrackBack URI

I guess my hopes of capturing this domain have been officially squash’D.

Comment by MS — August 11, 2006

[…] It’s fun to see the List’d tool start to get a few people noticing it in the Web 2.0 world. Ajaxian, a rather well known reviewer of Web 2.0 sites that use AJAX (like we do) noticed us today. […]

Pingback by Ajaxified and Continued Blogging at Get List’d — August 11, 2006

Need help, Anyone else using iSale for ebay?
I thought I had moderate working knowledge of computers but this program has me stumped. Has anyone successfully used the FTP to load pics onto ebay through iSale from photobucket. How did your link look?
FTP server- ???
Picture path- ????
HTTP Picture path- ???
Im coming up empty here and dont have a clue why the pics arent uploading. Any help appreciated. Just point me to the right direction please.

Comment by Nicholas — November 28, 2006

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.