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eBay’s heyday might be in the past, but the site still boasts 175 million active users, 25 million sellers, and revenues of almost $10 billion. In fact, if you’re looking for an alternative to Amazon, eBay should be right at the top of your list.
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After you’ve been using the site for a while, you’ll probably want to become more efficient in the way you search online. Don’t worry; you’re in the right place. Here are 10 eBay advanced search tips.
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eBay has a powerful advanced search tool. It provides power users with a way to be much more focused about what they’re looking for.
In this article, we’re going to introduce you to some of the most useful parts of the advanced search tool, then progress to show you some other advanced search tips that aren’t immediately obvious.
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First, however, you need to know how to access the advanced search tool on eBay. It’s easy; just head to eBay’s homepage, log into your account and click on the Advanced Search link in the upper right-hand corner.
On the left-hand of the Advanced Search page, you should see the navigation menu. In the main window are the various search tools.
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The eBay seller search lets you find products from specified people or groups of people.
For example, you can use the tool to include or exclude specific people, only search for items from sellers in your favorites list, or only include people with an eBay store in the results (rather than one-time individual sellers).
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To use the seller search feature, open the Advanced Search window and click on Items > By Seller in the left-hand panel.
Make sure you mark the checkbox next...
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