Based on my experience with Turbo Lister for Windows and what I read in the TL forums with constant issues, you should consider yourself lucky that site did. Hi @preferredperformanceparts. Turbo will not run on a MAC, except in a Windows emulator. I do not know what issues the emulator might bring to Turbo. As my long time readers and members of my Easy Auction Business video course will know, I generally recommend using Turbo Lister to create your site.
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So many site-oriented tutorials online focus on Windows that Mac tools such as Turbo Lister are Windows-only, and most of the tutorial. site discriminates against Apple Mac users. We all know how annoying it is to list an item on site and how it can take ages via the web. What we all need is an . Turbo Lister by site is a powerful tool that helps you create lists of products you want to sell. Unfortunately, if you switch to Mac, you won't be able to use it as.
There are countless other listings tools you can use, and they all have their advantages and disadvantages — there is no one perfect solution… But unless you use a more sophisticated and costly system such as Linnworks, then I think Turbo Lister is the easiest way to create and manage your eBay listings.
Do you have to change your entire set-up just to be able to use Turbo Lister!? It is regularly updated which is a must-have with all the changes on eBay and includes many needed and useful features such as item variation support, auction scheduler a must have and very effective when used in conjunction with Terapeak! You also get free image hosting for up to 20 product pictures per listing!
To read more about setting up a hosting account for your eBay product pictures, take a look at my previous guide here: Complete Guide to Image Hosting.
But back to the topic at hand — GarageSale! It includes over a hundred auction designs though they are very basic as well as 4 pro designs — which can be easily editing and customised using the WYSIWYG what you see is what you get built-in design tool.
Okay, so as well as the above features there is also a lot of integration options with GarageSale 6 — really it is trying to be a complete, all-in-one eBay tool for Mac users rather than just a listing application. There is full iPhoto and Aperature integration so you can access your images directly from GarageSale without having to go through the tedious drop and paste routine! There is also a built-in image editor which you can use to crop, resize and optimise your product pictures for web use, all within the app itself.
There are mail templates which you can use when emailing buyers and there is even YouTube and Twitter account integration! And last but not least there is a full suite of auction tracking options so you can monitor your listings from within GarageSale as well as get up to date info on the number of bids, the current highest bidder, number of watchers, current listing fees and a lot more.
They really do mean it when they say all-in-one eBay tool! But bear in mind that while this a one-off fee no monthly subscriptions to pay — upgrades to newer versions are not always free, so you may have to pay again in a few years… Now onto the next Turbo Lister alternative for Mac users: Auctiva Auctiva is one of the most popular eBay listing tools used by more than 1.
In terms of features it has pretty much all of the main things you need; such as profiles to pre-set commonly used information , multi-variation compatibility, listing scheduling and free image hosting. Image resizing after upload.
It feels old and outdated because of these old design elements. The templates help you quickly post stuff to sell and duplicate those listings.
It tracks each auction and what you need to do: It tries to use Picasa to host pictures but fails if you use two-factor authentication for Google. FTP is still in there, but they still list their discontinued Macbay service. It uses the current user interface elements like cover flow and the media inspector. The software gives you design templates for free. It also lets you host pictures on their servers for free.
I never downloadd one of the extra templates.
The templates Garage Sale includes are plenty for me. The software lets you repeat standard boilerplate disclaimers on all your auctions. For pictures, it has built-in image editor so you can stay working within the software.
I just need to find the pictures and write a description. Garage Sale handles all the repetitive and mundane tasks of listing an auction. Besides listings, what shines with Garage Sale is auction management. Once you post the auction, Garage Sale lets you post the link automatically on Twitter.