If you’ve never been to a Meetup then make the Leeds UK Online Seller Meetup on 19 June your first, it’s a stones throw from Leeds train station and there’s plenty of parking there too.
What to expect … lots of friendly chat, networking, no hard sell of any products or services, free advice, a couple of short but very informative presentations from the industry exports. Food, a few beers and a lot of talking about eCommerce in general. Sponsored by the lovely peeps at iwoca who will help you with some short term pounds to help you grow your business.
Pop over to read stuff on Facebook, currently discussing the new changes that come into affect on Tuesday 17 September 2013 on eBay UK regarding the new EPS (eBay Premium Service Badge.
Yep, still here but now mostly commenting on Facebook, why not pop over to my page for a chat 🙂
But how can a business get started on this monster global marketplace? What is it that takes an eBay business from zero to 264,000 feedback and TRS. Follow these tips for eBay successful sales.
I attended the Channel Advisor EU Catalyst event in London this week an excellent event with the absolute best in eCommerce professionals all in one place. Networking with the likes of eBay, Google, Facebook and Amazon and the top eCommerce EU businesses is invaluable. If you’ve never attended Catalyst or even the smaller Insite events […]
Well it’s been a long time since Anorak blogged. I’ve been on my travels of late, around various parts of the UK visiting clients, business events and seminars. Trains, no planes, but a few automobiles used to transport Anorak around this fair British Isle. Now getting Anorak from A to B in the UK was […]
If you are interested in business consultancy service, the one 2 one or small group eBay training classes especially in the DE1, DE11, LE65 and surrounding areas
For anyone who hasn’t noticed the new orange blob at the top of the eBay pages over the last couple of weeks, Anorak will explain. eBay’s new Deal of the Day changes at 10am each day giving a product at an amazing discount. Anorak’s OH had a pair of Puma Trainers P&P free for £20 that should have been […]
Another question I’ve been asked is about the Paypal top up card.
The Paypal top up card costs £4.95 and can be topped up from your Paypal account for free, Paypoint or at a Post Office (costs £1). Monies transferred from your Paypal account appear