In this article, you will learn how to prepare your shop in order to get the most out of the European Sales Booster program.
Topics in this article:
- Make sure your shipping settings are correct
- Make sure you comply with the Seller Performance Standards
- Make sure you are not exceeding your selling limits
- Make sure you are not selling prohibited or restricted items
- Make sure you do not have auction-style listings
Below, you will find a checklist that will help you configure your ESB account and allow you to sell internationally.
Make sure your shipping settings are correct
It is crucial that shipping be set up on your items for international markets. Otherwise, we cannot list your items for you.
Click here to learn how to set up your shipping correctly.
Make sure you comply with the Seller Performance Standards
Check your performance on the eBay seller standards dashboard.
Here, you can find eBay's seller performance standards.
Make sure you are not exceeding your selling limits
eBay has 3 types of defined selling limits: account, category and item limits.
To find out more about them and decide whether to increase your selling limits, you can check out this article by eBay. Also, check out this Step-By-Step guide in the Help Center.
Make sure you are not selling prohibited or restricted items
For a full list of prohibited and restricted items, click here.
We want to avoid policy violations and make sure that we comply with eBay’s terms. That’s why some of your items might be automatically blacklisted. You can always take them off the blacklist yourself. For that, you can contact our Support Team.
Here, you can learn more about our blacklisting feature.
Make sure you do not have auction-style listings
Webinterpret only supports "Buy it now" listings. If your original item is an auction-style listing, you need to convert it to "Buy it now" in order for it to be listed internationally.
For more information on listings and issues related to items NOT listing, please check out this Help Center article.