07-24-2008, 04:10 AM #1
Ebay Integration: My Auctions and Default Search
Something that I thought of months ago has now come to life. SCF now has Ebay integrated into SCF to help members get more bids/higher sale price and to have your favorite keyword search pre-loaded into your profile.
All members should take 2 seconds to ensure their Ebay ID is added to their profile. Simply go to User CP and Edit Your Details at the top left. Scroll to the bottom and add your Ebay ID into the field. This will update two things.
First, in your posting profile members can click your Ebay ID to see what auctions you have.
Second, all of your Ebay auctions will feed into the right column in your profile. Here is an example of a user with several auctions.
You will notice the users Ebay auctions listed, the price it is up to and the auction end date. You can also click to the members full Ebay Profile.
Lastly, members can now set their favorite keyword search with their favorite defaults. The results will show up in your own Ebay Auctions tab in your profile. To set your Ebay default search go to User CP and click on the Ebay Search Settings link.
This will open up the standard Ebay search tool. Type in your favorite Keyword(s) and select your options. In my example I will use Ladainian Tomlinson and have it search in Cards.
I set my auctions by ending soonest and a few other favorite options. Then I can go to my Profile and click on my Ebay Auctions tab to see the results. I can visit this tab anytime I want to see what is available on Ebay based on my settings.
Take a minute to add your Ebay ID to your membership and edit your Ebay search settings to get maximum exposure for your Ebay auctions and monitor your favorite keywords!
07-24-2008, 10:19 AM #2
Very nice little feature, thanks Mike! I will definitely use this when I sell on ebay!CLICK MY GIRL FOR MY BUCKET :)
07-29-2008, 07:18 AM #3
I've had my ebay id in my profile since I signed up so I'm good to go.Complete collection for sale.
08-09-2008, 06:40 PM #4
Cool, the Ebay search favorites thing seems helpful. Thanks for putting this together!
08-11-2008, 08:13 AM #5
Well can you add collectibles- subforum trading cards? I do alot of searches in that area for my nonsports wants?
08-12-2008, 02:43 PM #6
Mike, I no longer have the column on the right side of my profile, also, how can you seperate keywords? if I enter more than one word it wont work for meHidden Content
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08-15-2008, 08:21 PM #7
08-15-2008, 08:47 PM #8
Mike, I no longer have the column on the right side of my profile, also, how can you seperate keywords? if I enter more than one word it wont work for me
You are typing in two words and it isn't working?
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08-17-2008, 10:20 PM #10
Exactly like you would do on ebay. Enter all the players' names and make it search any of the keywords.
This works more or less like eBay's onsite search!