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Right.. here’s one that might be a bit of fun. The more we think about it, the more different ways it can be used. Im sure you’ll find ways we never thought of..
Now you can list your items for sale on your Facebook page.. We don’t want to give you too much info at this stage as we don’t want to limit the ways you might think about using it.

Basically, we imagine this one being of use to you small guys [...]

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Here’s another piece of code-trickery the boys have cooked up.

It’s now even easier to share your stuff with your mates.. put it on your Facebook timeline so everyone can see it. there’s nothing better than trading with people you know.. takes a lot of the awkwardness and hassle out of the transaction. plus, who knows.. you may end up trading with your mate Bruce, cause he’s finally ready to part with that classic BSA Thunderbird and your complete collection of [...]

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Our Developer Monkeys have sneaked in another piece of new kit !!  We usually dont like to leave them unsupervised, but in this case they’ve actually churned out something useful.

If you’re shipping via NZ Post – you can now enter your NZ Post Tracking Code directly from your SOLD items page.  Just look for the ‘Confirm Delivery Dispatched’ button.

Buyers, you’ll be able to ‘view delivery dispatch’ from your Items You’ve Purchased page.

Have a play with it and, as usual, let [...]

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Adrian McKeown increased his www.trademe.co.nz sales a couple of hundred dollars a week in just 10 minutes by automatically listing his TradeMe auctions on sella. Best of all, with no listing or success fees, the money went straight into his back pocket.

“My message to all Auctionitis users is that if you haven’t got round to listing on Sella yet, you are missing out. If you are selling on TradeMe you may as well try Sella as well. You’ve got nothing [...]

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Are you always wondering exactly how much it will cost to post an item you’ve listed on sella? Having accurate shipping options saves both buyers and sellers time. Fortunately NZ Post has an excellent calculator that shows you exact times and prices.

Happy selling!

You can even add the calculator to your iGoogle homepage, just click the + above.

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Auctionitis is an easy way for large sellers and stores to list items on sella. Today they’ve released a new software build that improves and automatically creates shipping options for sella auctions.

Also coming this week are improvements to the sale process within Auctionitis that will make it simple to track and manage your sales on sella. For more info or a free trial check out the announcement on the auctionitis blog.

If you’re using Auctionitis to list on other sites now’s [...]

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Wondering what to do with the extra daylight hours?

Maybe the kids want extra pocket money during the school holidays?

Whatever the reason, spring is a great time to clean your house from top to bottom and get rid of things you no longer need or use. Here are 5 tips for running a successful spring auction on sella.

Pictures speak a thousand words and you can have up to 10 photos on sella for free. Make sure they are a good size [...]

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At sella we are always keen to offer advice where we can to new online sellers. Today we thought we would offer some advice to sellers of classified items ( cars, property, animals etc ). Hopefully these tips get your listings out to as many potential buyers as possible

Take advantage of free services : Putting your listing on sella is a no brainer as there are not any seller or transaction fees. But dont just stop there, remember to post [...]

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We are excited to announce that we now have an active Credit Card payment facility live on the site. At this stage this is limited to Mt Hutt $1 Reserve auctions but after a short period of testing we will be looking to also offer this service to other sella stores. For more information please read our help section.

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