Post by NoExtraTime » Tue Sep 21, 2010 1:07 pm

Mel,

This is ready for use in multiple OC installations, and granted it would be multiple monthly charges, but the time saved and money earned from increased revenue will dwarf the monthly cost of the integration. This mod is designed only to make you more money, its not a novelty or anything for aesthetics, it is purely a time saver and a more-sales maker, which is what makes this thing so awesome and well worth the small investment!

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Post by jnymris » Tue Sep 21, 2010 10:16 pm

so if I'm understanding this correctly it's a fee of $20 per month?
and we can use it how we want? would it just be $20 per installation of this or $20 with unlimited copies?
where will the files be hosted? on your server or ours server?

how much would you be looking for the sourecode?

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Post by AndyT » Thu Oct 07, 2010 3:42 pm

It looks great, and I can't wait as I've been looking for something just like this.

Is there a reason it's monthly pricing as opposed to a single fee? Just curious

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Post by Demon5 » Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:05 pm

Uhm. It may be a good mod but 20 per month is ludicrous.. I'd pay 15-20 as a ONE TIME FEE without a problem. People that don't already have a solid grounding and sales market would find this like myself as a bit overkill. Especially when you need to look at your customers are not guaranteed to make anything with your mod. I paid 25 for authorize.net aim module then like 2 days later it showed up built into the opencart software ...

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Post by stuntmaster » Mon Nov 01, 2010 8:17 pm

Demon5 wrote:Uhm. It may be a good mod but 20 per month is ludicrous.. I'd pay 15-20 as a ONE TIME FEE without a problem. People that don't already have a solid grounding and sales market would find this like myself as a bit overkill. Especially when you need to look at your customers are not guaranteed to make anything with your mod. I paid 25 for authorize.net aim module then like 2 days later it showed up built into the opencart software ...
I agree, for small self employed businesses, it's costing more than my hosting and domains put together! i like the idea but $20 (£15) is a bit much per month... if you sold it for a one off payment say £30-£40... then i'd buy it. Problem I face is that I can't afford to list every item in ebay and pay a monthly fee. Thus the price for a gadget swamps the price I pay ebay therefore making it not viable.

Great product, but I aint paying monthly for something I'm not going to use everyday.

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Post by readyman » Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:15 pm

What happened to this project?

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Post by tarik » Wed Nov 24, 2010 3:41 am

i too agree, i first thought it was $10 or $20 one time fee. Then noticed its per month. If they are installed on my servers i dont understand why you should be paid an ongoing fee for this?
I can imagine he is making decent bank pre selling this for $200?!

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Post by readyman » Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:45 am

Yeah, that's too easy to compete with. It's a sad fact, but people don't want to make a commitment - they just want the product...

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Post by NoExtraTime » Mon Nov 29, 2010 8:20 pm

Hey All who are interested,

The demo is live on my website, go check it out, and there is a sale on the pre-release for cyber monday as well!

For all those wondering about the cost in general and/or the ongoing cost, it's because eBay is a pain in the ... and this mod requires a heck of a lot of my time to maintain to keep up with their quarterly or sometimes monthly updates to their api. I could not do this as a one-off payment, as it would most likely break due to their API changing, so I am committed to keeping this thing up to date with both eBay API and with OC versions compatibility. All in all, its supposed to make you money, its not a "cost" its an investment. If selling on eBay doesn't make you good profit, and you wouldn't benefit from this mod helping you get your inventory off your shelves, then you don't need this mod... :)

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Post by cartpro » Tue Nov 30, 2010 8:54 pm

hmm..$150 for API submission. I think it's too costly for one time fee for a module. If I understand correctly, simply it posts the item to ebay and query the status back.

Does this update the inventory and create new order in my system when somebody buy the item from ebay?

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Post by ninjaduck22 » Fri Dec 31, 2010 7:34 am

Josh,

I'm not sure if you're aware, but ebay is going to get rid of 3rd party checkouts.

http://pages.ebay.com/sellerinformation ... O2010.html

Also, I'm a titanium top rated power seller on ebay and deal with auto parts. Will you have the parts compatibility feature for this integration?

If you need any suggestions or feedback, please feel free to PM me. I would be willing to work with you on developing the module.

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Post by ninjaduck22 » Fri Dec 31, 2010 7:41 am

tarik wrote:i too agree, i first thought it was $10 or $20 one time fee. Then noticed its per month. If they are installed on my servers i dont understand why you should be paid an ongoing fee for this?
I can imagine he is making decent bank pre selling this for $200?!
This is true. Most users would want to just pay a one-time fee, but if you look at all the other listing programs out there for eBay, they charge anywhere from $15-$40 per month.

Blackthorne http://pages.ebay.com/blackthorne/pro.htmlwhich is ebays more advance alternative to ebay's turbolister tool (free) is $29.99 per month for the PRO version.

I think $20 a month is a pretty good deal if it will save me from listing items twice, considering I currently pay $29.99 a month for blackthorne.

And Josh is right about ebay always changing their APi's, they are always changing something. All the listing software's available are constantly being updated every few weeks or every month to keep up with eBay and its constantly changing rules.

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Post by ninjaduck22 » Fri Dec 31, 2010 8:07 am

I just tried out the demo.

A few suggestions for the next release:

- Support for ITEM Specifics (very important, especially with the new eBay)
- Compatibility support for eBay Motors
- Part number or Sku from opencart should also be attached to the ebay. Blackthorne has a field for part number and this translates to a custom label 1 on eBay.

The extension works great though! i just can't use it since I'm on motors and not regular ebay =(

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Post by shoo002 » Wed Jan 05, 2011 5:31 am

I am seriously looking into buying the module. Does it really allow the customer to be directed away from Ebay to complete checkout. Why do Ebay allow that to happen, surely they are losing money. Currently I run an Ebay Shop and am very interested in implementing this Module, if is says what is says it can do.

I have to say, the price is a bit steep. I must say in defence that this is a very in depth module and clearly a lot of time and effort has gone into it. Personally i'd be happy to pay around $75 for the "Awesome Version" with lifetime updates as apposed to $150.

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Post by Ampeter » Sat Jan 15, 2011 9:19 pm

No news from the author? It's been a month and a half since the last time he posted on this thread and there's no way to contact him on his website...

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Post by usamayoo » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:49 am

Ebay Auction Lister wich neally all listing features now available at open cart extension section
This is a very powerfull modul allowing bulk listing of your products
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http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route ... on_id=1468

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Post by bradcamry » Mon May 23, 2011 2:25 pm

eBay integration is the powerful tool where we can automatically update our e-commerce solution. it is offer you to add and delete multiple products giving you full control whilst saving you time and money.

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