Add Important Details

Formatting

Listings will appear in basic text. You may use blank lines to separate your paragraphs, which help your description stand out to the reader. If you want to make a list, use asterisks (*) as bullet points, like the below example:

* Comes with an extra set of AG tires
* Only 250 hrs on the clock
* All major maintenance performed by the owner

A good description

To grab attention, create a heading followed by a blank line. Always proof your listing for spelling, punctuation and grammar. The more complete your description, the more information you give a potential buyer.

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Quantity

How many?

Quantity may be more than just the number of an item that you have available. If you have repeating stock, you may want to list more than you currently have in stock. If you are listing an item "per pound", you should estimate how many pounds you are selling and enter that amount even if your item comes in specific sized containers. For example, if you are selling peanuts by the pound, enter the number of pounds you have to sell and the price per pound, even if your bags only come in 5, 10, and 50 pounds. The information on bag size can be added under "description". Alternatively, you can leave the quantity as zero and check “contact for pricing” if price is negotiable or amounts are too complex to list.

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The quantity is important because customers want to know the price per unit. When a person makes you an offer, you will receive an email with the quantity they're interested in, a price they're willing to pay, and a total value. Clients are not able to enter a quantity greater than what you have listed as available.

Quantity considerations

You should take into account the standard market practices for the items you're selling. For example, beef cattle are typically priced per pound, and those purchasing cattle understand this, but you should still list cattle by the head as that is the industry standard. You’ll add the average weight of each head of cattle in "attributes" later, as you create your listing.

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Asking Price in $

Price per unit

Price is a per-unit value and goes hand-in-hand with the quantity you have available. Determine what you are going to ask per unit, based on past experience or current market value. Your unit may be an item or items, or may be a price per pound.

If you enter a numeral zero (“0”) for the price, your listing will show “Negotiable” instead of a dollar value.

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Pricing considerations

You should take into account the standard market practices for the items you're selling. For example, cattle are typically priced per pound, which is understood by those purchasing cattle. At the current time our pricing system does not automate this type of pricing calculations. We intend adding this functionality in the future.

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Feel free to contact us if you need a person to assist in creating a listing. We can be reached at 603-925-9255.