So you finally decided in getting your own eBay account to sell your items. It’s time to move to an online shop and what better platform than eBay themselves. You’ve read up on the pros and cons of getting an account. You’ve seen the packages and computed your costs. You know this is the best move going online so you can get more exposure and feel the convenience in being a seller.
But how do you set up an eBay account? What does it take to register with the biggest shopping site online? Read on below for these 3 easy steps to start you off:
Step 1: Register
Head on to eBay’s website and look for the register button. It’s usually on the upper left portion of their site. Click on it, choose “create a business account”, and then fill up the necessary details asked. They’re all basic information that you already know.
Afterwards, click on “Subscriptions” on the left side and choose your subscription plan. It is recommended to choose a monthly plan than lock in on a yearly one if you’re a beginner.
Step 2: Design
Design your shop so visitors and potential customers might find it pleasing to the eyes. You can hire someone to design your page for you, search for a template, or you can do it yourself. Having someone to design for you and looking for templates cost money. But if you’d like to do it yourself for now, eBay lets you customize sections of your store easily.
Step 3: Post
Sell your items by posting them on your online store. Click the “Sell” button on top of the page so you can add your first listing. Posting your items to sell concludes your eBay store setup but do check on it from time to time for any buyers or inquiries asked.
With these 3 easy steps, you can have your online store running in no time.