Crazylister review – If you’re selling on eBay, nothing should be higher on your list of priorities than maximising your conversion rate. This is your listings’ ability to turn visitors into customers. The higher your conversion rate, the higher your sales figures and the more revenue you will make.
Thus, the quality of your listings is hugely important to the success of your business. Unfortunately, eBay does not make it easy for you to create professional looking listings however. In fact, without knowledge of HTML, eBay sellers cannot meaningfully customise their eBay listings. This is detrimental for the vast majority of sellers, because their normal listings fail to compete against the bigger sellers who can dedicate programmers to customising their product pages.
To confirm this, take a look at the image shown above. Both eBay listings are selling the same product. An iPhone 6S with exactly the same specs. 96% of all customers choose to buy from the listing shown on the right. So, although both sellers are selling exactly the same product, the one with the professional looking listings page earns 96% of the revenue. These are huge numbers, and every eBay seller should be aware of them.
So customised eBay listings are massively important to generating revenue. But what do you do if you can’t code, or don’t have the money to hire a developer?
Luckily, a number of eBay tools have emerged to easily and cheaply create high converting listings.
Perhaps the most exciting is Crazylister, a drag-and-drop eBay listing tool which has created almost 5 million eBay listings in 3 years. Founded by Maxim Godin and Victor Levitin, Crazylister has been going from strength to strength, newly unveiling their improved and mobile optimised eBay listing feature.
In this Crazylister review, we will discuss the tools’ pros and cons, and see if it’s the right choice for you. Stick around to the end to get a special discount. Let’s get started!
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Fast facts | Crazylister review
What do you need to know about this eBay listings tool?
- 36,000 eBay sellers use Crazylister
- From +130 countries
- Over 5,000,000 eBay listings created with Crazylister
Crazylister walk-through | How to create eBay listings
Before we take a closer look at the features which set Crazylister apart, I want to briefly discuss the workflow. This should give you a good idea of the tools’ simplicity and ease-of-use.
Working with Crazylister involves the following steps:
LoginCrazylister is currently offering a free trial period
Pick a templateThere are more than 100 high-quality, pre-designed templates to choose from. A good number of them are optimised for mobile as well.
CustomiseWithout the need for coding, you can drag and drop features to create the best eBay template efficiently.
Copy and paste into your eBay listingOnce you have created the perfect template, press publish. This will allow you to copy and paste the HTML into your eBay listing. Simple
Publish your eBay listingPublish your eBay listing as normal. It will appear beautifully designed and mobile optimised.
5 really simple steps to creating a customised eBay template. When trying out the new editor, it took me less than 15 minutes to complete.
Crazylister review | +100 professional listing templates
The listing templates are at the heart of what makes Crazylister so great. And with over 100 to choose from, you are guaranteed to find the perfect fit for your product.
These templates are all professionally designed and optimised for high conversion rates. As a result, customers will feel a higher affinity for your products and are more likely to make a purchase.
It’s simple to scroll through the eBay templates and choose your favourite. There is a handy preview feature and those that are mobile optimised are clearly sign-posted. In a time when half of all internet traffic is coming through mobile devices, it’s more important than ever for your listings to look great on mobile devices.
With so many options available to you, you will find more than a couple that are designed to expertly show-case your product. Now let’s look at the customisation features in the new Crazylister template editor!
Customising your eBay listing
The first thing to understand about the template editor is that it is drag and drop. This means that no coding is required, and you can simply drag the desired feature onto the template. Resizing, adding gradients, changing the texture, adding shadow, changing the colour and many other excellent customisations are easily done and extremely quick. (Above you can see what I achieved in less than 5 minutes)
As a result you can quickly and efficiently create custom and high converting eBay listings pages.
The first drag and drop mobile Optimised listing software
Crucially, Crazylister provides a host of eBay templates which are optimised for mobile. Mobile optimised, means that the page responds to the device and displays in a natural way, providing the best possible user experience to your visitors.
They are the only eBay tool on the market to do this, giving their 36,000 users a massive advantage over the competition.
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But hurry, the discount is limited to 100 users. To get your discount, follow these three steps:
Financing your eBay business
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