Property pricing changes on the way

Written by The Trade Me Property team in General and Property at 3:30pm, Tue 22 Sep 2015

On 6 October we’re making some changes to the listing fees and promotional fees for private sellers listing property for sale and for rent. This also includes car parks for rent.

The new pricing is set out in the tables below:

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Improved search results

Written by The Trade Me team in General at 3:00pm, Tue 22 Sep 2015

We’ve been making some tweaks to search results when you do a keyword search from the homepage. At this stage we’re running it as a trial and 50% of members who are logged in will be seeing the changes.

The aim of these tweaks is to try and serve up the most relevant set of search results for you. Without getting into the technical guff, some clever cookies here at Trade Me have been working on an algorithm that ticks away in the background to deliver these results. The nature of this means we might not get it right 100% of the time, but hopefully the results you do see will be pretty close to the mark.

We’ll be monitoring how the trial goes for members and if things are looking good, it’s likely we’ll roll this out to all members in the future. Watch this space! More...

Upcoming changes for Trade Me Jobs

Written by The Trade Me Jobs team in General and Jobs at 5:30pm, Thu 17 Sep 2015

We’re making some changes to casual and job pack listings that will come into effect from 1 October.

Casual listings
The price to purchase a casual job listing will increase from $146.96 + GST ($169 incl. GST) to $154.78 + GST ($178 incl. GST).

We’re also giving casual listers the ability to increase their brand’s exposure by adding their logo, banner images and a short description to their listings. To add branding to your casual listing, log in to your Trade Me account and tick the branding option at stage 4 of the listing process. Branding costs $30 + GST ($34.50 incl. GST per job). More...

Trade Me 2015 Annual Report released today

Written by The Trade Me Team in General at 10:30am, Tue 15 Sep 2015

The 2015 Trade Me Annual Report was released today. This includes the highlights of the year, our financial information, and reports from our chairman, directors and CEO.

To view the report, please visit our dedicated microsite:

annualreport.trademe.co.nz More...

New: Use Q Card to top up and pay via Pay Now

Written by The Trade Me team in General at 11:00am, Thu 10 Sep 2015

In our quest to make it easier to buy and sell on Trade Me, we’ve added Q Card to our list of credit card payment options. You can now use your Q Card to top up your Trade Me account, and when paying for items using Pay Now.

Payments made by credit or debit card online are run through a secure, encrypted connection and appear on your Trade Me account immediately. We do not store your personal credit or debit card information. If you have opted to save your card details for future use we store those details with our payment provider for your security.

For more details on Q Card, head over to Qcard.co.nz. For more information about using a credit card on Trade Me, see this help page or feel free to get in touch.

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