The short answer – eBay is perfectly fine with HTML in listings and has no plans of banning it. We’ve recently returned from Las Vegas, where CrazyLister presented at the eBay’s open 2016 conference. I will be dedicating a post to the (absolutely awesome) conference and actionable takeaways shared during the event, which every seller should take from. We spent three days talking to hundreds of eBay sellers, meetup group organizers, solution providers, eBay employees and leaders. This…
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Our story starts out a few years ago when I was shopping around eBay for a GPS device. I ended up making a questionable purchase from an anonymous seller in China. The listing for the item had a formidable wall of text, mixed media font styles and colors, and even a smattering of kitschy pictures completely unrelated to the product being sold.
What was this disorganized mayhem?
It was not the item or the seller, but the listing itself that triggered my bias against purchasing this product. The phrase, “you get what you pay for,” ran through my head more than once. However, I bit the bullet and made the purchase because hey, it was cheap.