On the eBay auction Web site the Ad Format is type of classified ad listing a seller can use to list items, services or properties for sale in order to generate multiple leads, which is not an online auction selling format. Buyers interested in the ad can fill out a contact form to send their information to the seller. eBay’s Ad Format was previously called Classifieds Ads.
- eBay Buy It Now
On the eBay auction Web site, Buy It Now, abbreviated as BIN, is an option that sellers can include on their Online Auction, Fixed Price and eBay Store inventory listings. This features enables buyers to purchase the item immediately at a fixed price, as opposed to using the bidding process.
- eBay Client Alerts API
API enables developers to retrieve updated data on eBay. Client Alerts can be used to monitor a seller’s listed items or to get alerts about items people are bidding on.
- eBay Compatible Application
When choosing a third-party eBay applications or hosted services, you can verify that the application works with the eBay platform by checking for eBay certified logos. The eBay Compatible Application logo is used for third-party applications that were developed by a member of the eBay Developers Program. These applications passed eBay’s Compatible Application Check process […]
- eBay Dutch auction
On the eBay auction Web site, a Dutch auction is a type of online auction selling format a seller might use if he or she is listing multiple identical items for sale. In a Dutch auction, buyers specify the quantity of the items they would like to purchase and the amount they are willing to […]
- eBay Final Value Fee
On the eBay auction Web site, the Final Value Fee, abbreviated as FVF, is the amount of money eBay charges the seller when an item sells. The Final Value Fee is based on the final selling price of an item at the close of the listing. Final Value Fees are not charged when an item […]