Initon introduces new software to increase sales by relisting items automatically on eBay

Initon today announced new Aerolister Pro 7 3.4 software to make sellers’ daily work easier and more comfortable on eBay

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Its primary purpose is to automate the relisting of expired items. Aerolister improves unsold / sold item ratio by up to 20% generating larger profit than manually relisting the items. Depending on the size of a business, the number of listings can range from hundreds to tens of thousands per week.

Major risk in listing comes from wasting the sellers’ time with long-drawn workflows. Aerolister Pro 7 is automated to spare valuable time with automatically relisting, feedback sending and other administrative activities.
Now further reduces this risk by providing real time visibility of all change activity. Initon also introduced this eBay compatible application to quickly check the current status of auctions via a friendly and familiar user interface.

By installing on the computer, it runs faster and it is more secure than a web-based solution. This new application is offering an easily manageable interface, which is very similar to the eBay, do not need to learn anything new to start using the program. Easy to use for beginners and inexperienced eBayers, as well.
Aerolister is designed to carry out all the routine duties sellers face during their regular work with eBay – in a faster, easier and less painful manner than any other tools.
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