Bulk Fix Non-Compliant eBay Listings

Modified on Thu, 22 Feb 2024 at 12:27 PM

One of the most popular features within Boost is the ability to Bulk Fix your Non-Compliant items by category.  


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Select your category by searching from the dropdown (if you start typing the category it will filter the results down for you). 

Once you have selected click the Bulk fix item specifics 

You can then bulk-fix your item specifics, we have already removed any listings that cannot be revised (such as auction listings with a current bid)

The items specifics within this category have been ordered by the number of searches. 

Tick the items you wish to optimise.

Work your way through the different items specifics, if the word you have entered for a particular field is relevant to the item below you can quickly use the copy and paste feature to populate that section. 

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This enables you to quickly edit items within each category. Once you have completed the changes click Revise Listings at the bottom of the page. Your revisions will be added to the queue to be run, and you will be notified when this has been completed. This will leave you free to carry on Optimising, simply select another category to continue.

Track Optimised Listings

Once your item has been revised it will start to be tracked where you can check the progress of the item pre and post-optimisation.

You can access your tracking by selecting from the left-hand side menu, Tracked Analysis

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Or from within the optimise listing page 


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