Eligible countries and criteria for Promoted Listings

Learn about the eligible countries and additional eligibility criteria for using Promoted Listings Standard and Promoted Listings Advanced, powered by Webinterpret Marketing.

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Eligible countries

In order to access Webinterpret Marketing, you must be on an eligible Webinterpret Pricing Plan. Depending on your plan, you can activate either Promoted Listings service on your Webinterpret items and/or on your domestic listings.

Promoted Listings Standard is available to all sellers that are selling in international markets. On your domestic listings, you can promote your items if you are listing on one of these 9 eBay marketplaces: 

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Canada (FR)
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

For Promoted Listings Advanced, you can promote your items on your domestic market if you are listing on one of these 3 eBay marketplaces:

  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Germany

You can promote your international listings on these same markets (depending on your domestic market).


Additional eligibility criteria

In order to be eligible for Promoted Listings, eBay requires you to be an Above Standard or Top Rated seller with recent sales activity.

To learn more about seller levels and performance standards on eBay, you can refer to the information in this eBay article: Seller levels and performance standards

To learn more about how to maintain your sales activity, you can refer to the information in this eBay article: Listing Best Practices

There is also the matter of ensuring your listings meet the basic eligibility requirements for Promoted Listings. A product meets the requirements set by eBay when:

  • The listing(s) are a fixed price (Buy It Now) item
  • The listing(s) are in one of the categories that support Promoted Listings (see the eBay article Categories that support Promoted Listings)
  • The listing(s) are not within the categories of real estate or motors
  • The listing(s) are not already being promoted (items can only be included in one campaign at a time)

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