eBay Estimator BACK – Best Match Survival – Optimize Your eBay Listing Title's BayEstimate

The eBay Estimator Title Tool is Back!

eBay Research has relaunched the eBay Estimator and given the tool a new Title:

Optimize Your eBay Listing Title's BayEstimate

BayEstimate? Guess the name is as good as any...

I have not had much of a chance to check out the newly revised version of the title tool. I felt it was important to tell my readers it has returned!

Some initial thoughts:

  • The tool is slightly more graphical
  • It seems to retain functionality without giving actual percentile ratings per keyword
  • Keywords Buyers Like/Dislike scale gives good suggestions for crafting titles
  • Category Suggestions provided - useful in my book

What do you think?

If you have any comments about the new tool, please leave them below - Quirks, usefulness, better, not as good?

Thanks to eBay and PeSA for working with eBay on the back channels so this tool could be returned to the sellers who need it as a survival device during the "Best Match"  era. 

I just hope it works...

 

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3 Responses to eBay Estimator BACK – Best Match Survival – Optimize Your eBay Listing Title's BayEstimate

  1. Scott Pooler April 21, 2008 at 12:29 pm #

    Nancy_s @Scott_Pooler Hey Scott – just tested out the Best Mtch tool – WOW! It gets 2 big thumbs up
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  2. Auctionwally April 21, 2008 at 4:13 pm #

    Hi Scott,

    I guess I’m not really getting the idea of this tool. I’ve tried it a few times, and it came up with exactly the same terms I used to describe the items.
    Do you think this means that as an experienced antiques seller that I already know what the item should be called? If so, is this a tool more for newbies that are not familiar with popular & known terms, or am using it wrong?

  3. Scott Pooler April 21, 2008 at 4:16 pm #

    Actually Wally…

    It worked for me…

    I think if you dig a bit deeper you may see the combinations of keywords which may work better than others…

    Of course everyones experience may vary…

    Scott

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