Many years ago, in the early days of eBay, listings comprised of
simple text adverts. As time and technology progressed, photographs
and hyperlinks were also added. In today’s listings you will find an
array of different techniques to grab your attention. Flash banners, that
annoying pop-up wizard and even sound are becoming the norm.
Today more and more people own some sort of video camera, even
if it is only on their mobile (cell) phone, so why not enhance your
listings with video? If people knew how easy it was then I’m sure
more would do it. I’m going to show you step-by-step how to add
video to your eBay listings. They might charge you if you want to put
more than one photo in your listing but adding video won’t cost you
Imagine the advantages this could have. If you are selling a car,
instead of showing some photos taken from various angles, why not
take your prospective buyer on a guided tour of your car? They could
even go on a virtual test drive – hopefully with somebody else filming
whilst you drive!
If you were selling a musical instrument, instead of just a photo,
you could actually play a few bars of music to demonstrate how it
I’m sure you’ll agree that with a bit of thought the possibilities are
endless. Now I’ll tell you about the technique.