If you choose to relist your item after the promo has ended, you’ll be automatically charged for Gallery – so be sure to remove Gallery when you relist if you don’t want to be charged for it. Please note, this applies to any automated listing tools you might be using, like My Products and Tradevine.
On Gallery listings your main photo appears in search results, so it gets more clicks, more views and more prospective buyers.
Today we delivered our half-year results for the 6 months to 31 December 2012. If you're interested in finding out more information about the results, or just general information about investing in Trade Me, head on over to the official Trade Me Group investor relations site.
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Yesterday we made a change to Trade Me to allow multiple purchases from a single listing. What’s become clear now is that we didn’t do enough to ensure our members were aware of the changes in advance.
As a result we ended up causing some of you a lot of pain when it came to reconciling purchases with listings. We’ve let you down and we’re sorry.
Over the last day we’ve listened to what you’ve told us and made changes to reduce the pain. These include adding the listing number back into the Sold Items list within My Trade Me, and making it possible to search in Sold Items for both purchase reference numbers and listing numbers to help reconcile those transactions. Finally, we’ve brought on extra Trade Me crew to help. More...
Today we’re excited to launch our new and improved multiple-quantity listings, designed to give you an easier and smarter way to repeat-sell your products on Trade Me.
What do I need to know?
If you're a seller (or even if you're a buyer), check out the video below for a brief introduction to using multiple-quantity listings. More...