• shops and stores
  • individuals
  • ebayers
  • market traders

When it comes to statuses within eBay and the benefits this can provide, this is where all the hard work of gaining positive feedback and 5* DSR’s comes in.

There are two key upper ratings of eBay sellers, these are Power Sellers this is based on the number of items you sell, and increases from bronze to silver, to gold depending on how many items you sell.

Then there’s Top Rated Sellers this is based not only on how many items you sell but the ratings you achieve in feedback from you’re buyers, this status is much harder to get than a Power Seller rating, but the benefits it provides are in turn much better too.

What does it take to become a Power Seller?

• At least 100 transactions & £2,000 in sales to UK and IE buyers in the past 12 months.

• An average score on DSR’s of 4.60 or higher on all questions.

• Compliance with the selling practices policy

• You must be a business seller

• At least 100 feedback, with over 98% positive feedback

• An active membership for 90 days plus

• The account must be in good financial standing

Power Seller Rankings

Bronze is the easiest Power Seller Ranking to achieve; if you meet all the requirements above then you will become a bronze power seller.

The only thing that changes each ranking is the amount of transactions & gross income achieved over three consecutive months.

To become a silver power seller you will need to sell 300 items a month, and earn a minimum of £1,500 a month.

To become a gold power seller you will need to sell 1,000 items a month, and earn a minimum of £6,000 a month.

To become a platinum power seller you will need to sell 2,500 items a month, and earn a minimum of £15,000.

To become a titanium power seller you will need to sell 5,000 items a month, and earn a minimum of £95,000.

Power Seller Benefits

Only power sellers have the ability to become a Top Rated Sellers, once you become a Power Seller you gain benefits including Priority Customer Support & Power Seller Discussion Board.

Once you become a Top Rated Seller, it is then that you’re Power Seller Level truly comes into play.

When you become a Top Rated Seller, Bronze & Silver Power Sellers you will receive a 10% discount on you’re final fees.

When you are a Top Rated Seller, and a Gold or Platinum Power Seller, you will receive 15% discount on you’re final fees.

When you are a Top Rated Seller & Titanium Power Seller, you will receive a 20% discount on you’re final fees.

Next week’s blog continues to cover what it takes to become a Top Rated Seller…

By Karl Baxter

One Response to “Top Rated & Power Sellers”

CrisleidySeptember 17th, 2012 at 9:23 pm

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