An eBay Store provides sellers advanced options to grow sales and maximise profitability. Your own eBay Store creates a central shopping destination that’s exclusively for your products and can be customised to suit your brand.
An eBay Store is your very own shopfront on eBay.
You can easily create a visual, vibrant and true representation of your business and your brand. Creating an eBay Store can be completed in minutes using our templates system. All of your active listings are automatically imported. Then, it’s up to you how you organise your products. You can even create new and unique categories that differ to the main eBay category structure.
There are 3 different Store subscription levels to choose from; Basic, Featured and Anchor Stores.
We'll walk you through the process of setting up a store step-by-step in this video.
STEP 1 - SUBSCRIBE
Subscribe to an eBay Store package that best suits your business. You can select from Basic, Featured or Anchor Stores. Subscribe to an eBay Store here or visit My eBay > Account > Subscriptions > Subscribe to an eBay Store.
Note for New Zealand sellers: please check you are registering on the webpages with .au at the end of the URL. If not, you may be registering on the US site who charge higher fees for foreign sellers.
STEP 2 - CUSTOMISE
Once you’ve subscribed, it’s time to create and customise your Store
STEP 3 - PREVIEW
Preview and edit your Store before you launch it.
Use the following features to customise and build your Store.
1. Billboard image
Promote your brand, your products or special promotions. You can update your billboard as often as you like.
2. Store description
Introduce your business, your product theme or your Store policies.
3. Store logo
A graphic that symbolises what you sell or the qualities of your company.
4. Store categories
Organise your products on your virtual "aisles" and "shelves" to make it easy for customers to find what they're looking for. Learn more about managing your Store categories.
5. Featured item
Select listings you want to showcase on your main Store page. You can set your Store to feature listings that are ending soonest or are newly listed, or handpick the items you want to feature.
6. Sort order
Choose the default order for your listings to be displayed (e.g. "Time: ending soonest").
7. Store Search box
Allows buyers to easily search within your Store.
8. Follow button
Buyers can follow your Store to see your items in their home page feed.
9. Sign up for your newsletter
Buyers can subscribe to your promotional email newsletter.
10. Sharing buttons
Promote your Store via email or on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Pinterest.
You don't need to be a web design whiz, use these tools to promote your brand and make your customers feel at home.
Once your Store is up and running, go to Manage My Store in My eBay to make changes or to add custom Store categories.
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An eBay Store subscription package provides eBay sellers with a range of options for easy selling and maximum profitability.
Plus, get powerful tools to help build, manage, promote, and track your eBay Store for greater selling success.
You can also manage your store through your Account Settings in eBay Seller Hub.
If you already have your own website you can integrate seamlessly using a third party listing provider. Find out all about eBay and third party tools.