2 Steps to a custom landing page on eBay
Step 1 – You provide the design
You supply a design file (psd or pdf preferred) with the layout and elements you would like included in the website page.
Page Dimensions: We recommend 1000px wide. There is no issue with page length
Design file should include:
- Image(s) of item(s) for sale
- Text (or lorum ipsa)
- Logo(s) of stakeholders and not for profit
- Bid Now button
Optional features you may supply for inclusion include:
- Countdown timer
Image sharing: We recommend dropbox, or wetransfer for large images.
Fonts: If you want to use non-standard fonts these need to be supplied to Bid For Good.
Sample template provided as an image by Bauer Media for the Priceline Sisterhood Charities Pink Dress Charity Auction (screenshot).
Step 2 – Bid For Good creates as webpage
Bid For Good splices the image into HTML coding to fit within the eBay iFrame. Once the draft landing page is uploaded Bid For Good will ask you to review. Once approved by you the page is published on eBay.
The published landing page screenshot as it appears on eBay
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Counter and replacement images supplied by client
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