Are your Detailed Seller Ratings (DSRs) averaging 4.7 across the board? If not, it’s time to develop new eBay selling strategies that will allow you to earn five stars in each of the four areas related to a transaction: “item description,” “communication,” “shipping times,” and “shipping charges.”Under the current eBay system, your feedback score, particularly your DSRs, largely determines where your listings will appear in the eBay search results. Listings by sellers with higher DSRs actually appear higher in eBay search results. But lower-scoring sellers will find their listings stagnating at the bottom pages of listings where most shoppers will never see them. As you can see, your eBay selling success is closely tied to the strength of your eBay feedback. Most eBay sellers are able to ace the first two DSRs, but find themselves falling short of the 4.7 in the areas of shipping they need for increased exposure in eBay’s default search results. “Shipping time” can be particularly troublesome. Although eBay tries to encourage buyers to rate this section only on how long it took the seller to get the item in the mail, some insist on holding you responsible for the post office’s mistakes via your DSR. So what can you do to try to prevent this from happening? Get the items in the mail quickly and keep the customer informed at every step with these four eBay selling strategies:
The time is now to add getting top DSRs to your eBay selling arsenal. So take these steps to increase the odds you’ll earn top eBay feedback DSRs for shipping… so your listings get the top billing they deserve in eBay search.
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