Optiseller to Hold Free Webinar About SEO for eBay Sellers in Australia on 3 November 2021
Optiseller is hosting a free webinar for Australian eBay sellers to help them maximize their online visibility through good SEO practices on the platform this Wednesday (03 November 2021).
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As the eCommerce boom continues with a recent Australia Post survey finding that online shopping increased over 32 percent during the pandemic, and more than 5.7 million Australian households now regularly shop online, optimizing SEO for eBay listing can help sellers stay ahead of competitors and hit sales and profit targets.
This is the message eCommerce experts from Optisellers will focus on during their Australian webinar helping online retailers and sellers to sell more on eBay using eBay SEO.
Optiseller recently announced its expansion across Australasian markets when it appointed Jit Gondalia as its new Managing Director for Australia.
The company aims to become the global ‘go-to’ eCommerce data expert for all marketplaces and channels.
“Buying and selling online has never been so important, and this importance has only been accelerated during the pandemic. eBay reported that there were over 100,000 new ‘pandemic start-ups’ in 2020 alone. As leaders in the marketplace world, eBay regard customer experience as a priority, and they constantly evolve their platform to cater for changing customer needs.”Jit Gondalia, Managing Director for Australia, Optiseller
Optiseller Webinar to Demystifiy eBay SEO
The term ‘eBay SEO’ may sound complicated to sellers. But in reality, it can be as simple as adding better product details, using items specifics, taking good product images, and offering flexible shipping options.
SEO is essential to maximize sales and visibility on the marketplace which makes it simpler for buyers to find products on eBay explained Gondalia further.
In a recent eSeller365 Q&A, Optiseller’s COO Richard Falconer also hit on the importance of eBay SEO, making the point the online marketplace is really a huge search engine and many of the same factors to rank on Google or Bing apply to eBay as well.
“eBay is essentially a huge search engine, you need to cover the right fundamentals – and more – to rank as highly as possible in eBay search results. To appear in the results, you need to understand how it works and the data points that matter. Many sellers think that the title is all they need, but this is incorrect. You need to optimize your listings just like you would your homepage.”Richard Falconer, COO, Optiseller
The ‘How to sell more using eBay SEO’ webinar for Australian eBay sellers and online retailers will take place Wednesday, 03 November 2021 at 11:00 – 12:00 AEST.
This webinar is free and open to all interested Australian-based online sellers and an Optiseller account is not required. Registration is now open here.
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Richard is co-founder of eSeller365. He has over 17 years of experience on eBay which includes tens of thousands of sales to buyers in over 100 countries and even has experience with eBay’s VeRO program enforcing intellectual property rights for a former employer. And for about two years Richard sold products on Amazon using Amazon FBA in the US.
To “relax” from the daily business grind, for a few weekends a year, he also works for IMSA as a professional race official.