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You can tune into eBay radio or this page to find out What's Hot on eBay. Join Jen Cano, vice president of customer education at HammerTap and an eBay Education Specialist, as she utilizes the latest and most comprehensive eBay data to find out what's hot for you!

 

What’s Hot This Month


November 25, 2008
What’s Hot: Back Massagers

Hello eBay Sellers, I’m HammerTap’s Jen Cano with a What’s Hot on eBay newsflash.

Many eBay buyers are still hunting for that perfect gift. My job is to use my HammerTap market research tool to help you get your products in front of more shoppers. So, if you’re selling back massage equipment of any kind, listen up.

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On average, back massagers are selling 59%. But, I dug deeper and found that any back massager with the word Shiatsu in the title sold 88% of the time. Since these items are already selling well, you might want to concentrate on ways to make more money on each listing. For this, end your listing on a Friday, list it as a 1 day auction with a Buy It Now option, and include the word “shoulders” in the title, and watch your selling prices climb.

On average, back massagers are selling 59%. But, I dug deeper and found that any back massager with the word Shiatsu in the title sold 88% of the time. Since these items are already selling well, you might want to concentrate on ways to make more money on each listing. For this, end your listing on a Friday, list it as a 1 day auction with a Buy It Now option, and include the word “shoulders” in the title, and watch your selling prices climb.

To find out more visit HammerTap.com and try HammerTap free for 10 days!



November 18, 2008
What’s Hot: Little Girls' Coats

Hello eBay Sellers, I’m HammerTap’s Jen Cano with a What’s Hot on eBay newsflash.

Let’s find out what’s hot in little girls’ coats. I used my HammerTap research tool and limited my search to size 4. Coats in this size are selling 50% of the time for an average price of $18. But, of course, HammerTap can show us how to do much better than that. Here’s what moms are purchasing most often this season.

Top sellers are Ralph Lauren, selling 74% of the time for an average price of $33. Hanna Montana, selling 78% of the time for an average price of $32. But, if you can’t manage to get your hands on one of these brands, don’t despair. Down coats, brown coats, and wool coats are all selling around 68% of the time for an average price of close to $30.

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November 11, 2008
What’s Hot: Canon G9 1.2 Mega pixel Digital Camera

Hello eBay Sellers, I’m HammerTap’s Jen Cano with a What’s Hot on eBay newsflash.

Today, I want to tell you about one of the top-selling digital cameras on the eBay marketplace. I used my HammerTap market research tool to dig deep into the market. As usual, this tool led me straight to the gold in no time.

Canon PowerShot g9 12.1 megapixel camera sold almost 85% of the time in the last 30 days. That’s HUGE! 163 of 192 listings sold for an average of $373. My job now is to tell you how to list it to make even more money per sale. Here it is: Make $15 - $30 more per listing by making it a fixed-price listing, end it on a Wednesday. Those advertising free shipping in the title made an average of $432, that’s $60 more than those who did not offer free shipping.

To find out more visit HammerTap.com and try HammerTap free for 10 days!



October 28, 2008
What’s Hot: Art Pottery

Hello eBay Sellers, I’m HammerTap’s Jen Cano with a What’s Hot on eBay newsflash.

Today I want to talk about Art Pottery on the eBay marketplace. I used my HammerTap market research tool to explore this category and got some great information in just a few minutes. Overall, 43% of my listings sold for an average selling price of $59.

Brands in highest demand for volume were Roseville and Warren Mackenzie. Their most in-demand products were dinner plates, mugs, and platters. Interestingly, Roseville was also one of the brands that consistently fetched the highest prices. Other high-dollar brands were Weller Hudson and Rookwood.

Of course, there are lots of other ways to look at the data to find out how to sell your particular art pottery pieces. To find out more visit HammerTap.com and try HammerTap free for 10 days!



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