eBay sales-tracking and reporting tool that shows potential, but the interface is really bland
Platform: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 7, Windows Vista 64-bit
License: Time limited demo
Number of downloads: 190
Whilst most of us tend to access eBay through our web browser, there are number of desktop alternatives that will enable you to keep an eye on your bids. Indeed, there are a number of auction sniping tools that will launch a bid at the last possible moment, with the hope that you’ll succeed in outbidding other users.
There are, however, few tools designed to help the eBay seller, particularly those who run a business through eBay. Sure, there are tools that you can use to put an auction online, but unless you want to start typing your finances in to a spreadsheet, few tools that will perform an analysis on the performance of your eBay-based sales.
AuctionX2 is designed purely to maximise your sales through eBay. You can download a sales report, create graphs that will show which products are performing most productively and even the profit you’re making on your sales. You can also keep track on the bidders that regularly bid on your items or win your goods. In future, when you promote similar products, you could use AuctionX2 to remind those eBay users that similar products are available.
AuctionX2 contains a number of useful features, but is poorly designed. Take a look at the Mac-based iSale as a good example of a well-designed application.