Need help drawing bidders? HammerTap.com has released a new listing title builder for eBay sellers.
If you sell on eBay, chances are you might be in competition with several–maybe even hundreds of sellers–offering essentially the same product. Learning what bidders are searching for might help you stand out from the crowd.
HammerTap.com is an online research tool designed to help eBay sellers get the most out of their listings. The site offers sellers and buyers in-depth market research tools, support and education. The goal for sellers is to increase sales and maximize profits while helping buyers make informed shopping decisions.
“Understanding which keywords to include in your listing title can make a listing much more profitable,” says Brian Clark, Chief Technical Officer for HammerTap.com. “This new title builder helps any seller create more successful and more profitable listing titles much more quickly and easily.”
The new title builder, HammerTap3, analyzes individual keywords used in listing titles, and displays how many listings are using that keyword. In addition, sellers can see how each keyword affects their ending price and chances of selling. The title builder makes it easy for sellers to select keywords that increase their ending price, their chances of selling, or a combination of both.
In addition to the new title builder, this new version of HammerTap also includes a new thumbnail search preview. Users can now get a thumbnail view, including pictures, of the product they are about to research. This allows sellers to more easily narrow their search to obtain more accurate results.
“Our focus is to make research easier to understand and easier to use research to answer the tough questions affecting a seller’s bottom line,” says Clark. “We will soon be releasing numerous new reports that will directly answer even more real-world questions that eBay sellers face.”
Sellers can access these reports with a free 10-day trial of the HammerTap software.
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