Can I sell on eBay?

Can I sell on eBay?

Can I sell on eBay?

Connecting Your ePages Store To eBay Automatically


Yes, you can use your ePages store and Back Office to sell your products through eBay. If you are an eCorner customer already just contact us for information about connecting to eBay.

Or if you are new and want to get started take a look at our eBay Merchant Pack Special Offer.

eBay is the ideal additional sales channel for online Merchants

The eBay platform has not only been established as the most popular shopping portal on the internet, but also increasingly as a sales channel for professional traders and buyers. In fact, more than 90% of all products sold through eBay are sold via PowerSellers – a status awarded to professional high-volume eBay retailers. All sorts of products are offered on eBay, sometimes with price-tags ranging into the millions.

With ePages’ eBay cartridge shop owners can now make cost-effective use of the eBay marketplace as an additional sales channel, and reach out to new markets and new customers. Equally, enterprises can strengthen their presence on the internet by capitalising on eBay’s vast and ever-growing user-base, capturing customers that would not usually have found the company’s website.

On the other hand, eBay PowerSellers can now benefit from the extensive functionality of the ePages platform. With the ePages Back Office, products, customers and orders can be managed simply and efficiently. ePages automates the administrative tasks involved in submitting products to eBay, thereby increasing efficiency, and maximising revenue.

Benefits of selling through eBay for the online Merchant

Mid-sized businesses can expand their market reach through eBay, and acquire and learn about new types of customer. eBay is also the ideal sales channel for end-of-line items, and for clearance of surplus stock.

eBay PowerSellers are given access to a complete e-Business solution with a professional Back Office for account management. However, ePages can significantly enhance the processes by which products can be edited, customers can be profiled and orders can be managed and fulfilled.

General Features of ePages' eBay integration

Through the use of ePages’ e-Business solutions the process of making a sale on eBay can be centrally controlled. Product data from the ePages system can be presented on the eBay site along with additional information specific to the portal. With the eBay Cartridge the administration and management of all offers and sales processes are carried out exclusively from the ePages Back Office. On completion of a transaction, an order is automatically generated within the ePages system, and as with an ordinary order, can be paid for or invoiced, packed, shipped, tracked and fulfilled using ePages’ comprehensive Back Office management tools.

Exporting products into the eBay Marketplace - fast and user-friendly with ePages

Any product defined in the ePages Back Office has virtually all the attributes required to sell via an eBay auction (product name, description, image, etc.). Through the introduction of an eBay-specific page in the ePages Back Office the Merchant is able to manage the following additional information relating to the auction of his/her goods:

  • Category
  • Quantity
  • Start price (minimum offer)
  • Offer period
  • Payment method
  • "Buy it Now" option Label as "private auction"
  • Highlight offer
  • Current Bid
  • Gallery image
  • Bidder rating

These attributes can then be reviewed and edited by the merchant on another specially compiled page alongside the standard ePages product data. After publication of the product and purchase data, the Merchant receives his/her specific eBay item number.
The Merchant has the option to define the auction start date and time, and to trigger the auction from the ePages application at the pre-determined time. eBay charges normally associated with using this function do not apply when using our eBay cartridge.

Everything under control: Overview of the auction

The Merchant has the option to define the auction start date and time, and to trigger the auction from the ePages application at the pre-determined time.

For every product ePages lists those auctions and offers that have ended, and those that are still running. By clicking on the eBay item number the Merchant can check on his/her live auctions and offers, or access a detailed page to edit offers and obtain an overview of current bidders.

Account management: when the auction has ended

Once the auction has ended the system automatically creates an order which can then be processed in the ePages Back Office. With orders originating from the eBay marketplace, the Merchant can choose to route a "bidder rating" directly back to eBay to register the quality of each customer. Once the sale is complete the buyer receives an automatic email confirmation from ePages. This email contains a link to a special page in which the shipping address and payment method can be edited.

Reporting on auctions: live and ended

For every product the Merchant can view all related auctions and offers. There is also a list showing the Merchant all live auctions and offers for his/her products on the eBay portal, displaying the most recent auctions at the top of the list. This information can then be filtered to show "all auctions", "live auctions", or "ended auctions" in separate lists. Merchants can see a full summary of their eBay offers at all times.

How to use the eBay connector