31 Productivity Tools for Small Businesses that eBay Sellers Should Use
by Liat Behr
Being a successful eBay seller, you have lots in common with a small business owner. You’re both dedicated hard workers, you persevere and you’re always short on time.
But being an eBay seller, you know that that some actions and processes can be and should be simplified and even automated. You also know that if you could just find the tools that can do just that, it’ll free you up to spend more time on the more important aspects of your business.
Because we’re committed to helping you build your business as an eBay seller, we’ve put together a list of tools that we hope will help you become more effective and efficient and get the most out of your day.
Business Apps & Digital Storage
Google Apps for Work - Google offers professional email, online storage, shared calendars, video meetings and more. The apps are specifically designed for business and teams to share and collaborate securely.
Dropbox - Safely, securely, and easily store all of your documents and access them on your desktop and mobile devices at any time.
WiseStamp - Professional email signature designs with easily customizable templates. Promote your latest items with every email you send using WiseStamp’s eBay email app.
Picmonkey- Editing your photos is easy with PicMonkey! Add filters, frames, text, and effects with this free online photo editing.
Powtoon - Create animated marketing videos and video presentations.
Getresponse - Stay in touch and keep customers up-to-date with e-newsletters.
Mailchimp - The most popular email marketing solution.
Madmimi - A great solution for creating, sending, sharing and tracking email newsletters.
Fiverr - The marketplace for creative and professional freelance services. Use Fiverr to advertise your online business.
Elance - A community of skilled freelancers eager to help you get the job done right.
99designs - The largest marketplace for sourcing graphic design talent.
Written by Liat Behr
Liat is a content wordsmith at WiseStamp and copywriter at Ink of Imagination. She delights in creating and sharing valuable tips and helping businesses craft effective content.
When she’s not writing content, she can be found in the world of fiction, embarking on adventures with her characters.