Free eBay market research tool for multiple eBay sites

Have you ever been in a position where you have an item to list on eBay, but not sure what category to list it in, what price to sell it at, or start the auction at and what day to have the auction end?  Well, now you can find out all of this information and it will help you get the best possible price for your listing. 

I have found a 100% free eBay market research tool.  It will search up to the last 90 days of completed listings on eBay.co.uk, eBay.com, eBay.ca, eBay.com.au and eBay motors.

You select which site you would like to research on from a drop down menu, then select if you want to search back on the last 30, 60 or 90 days of completed listings.   There is a search box where you enter the key words of what you want to research.

The results that come back will tell you the following:

  • the number of listings there have been and the sell through rate
  • the average sell price
  • keywords that were used
  • the average selling price on each day for the period of time you selected
  • the category the listings were in and the average sale price for each category
  • the average price on each day of the week
  • the percentage of listings for each day of the week

The name of the website it Get4it.com.

I have made a video to show you how it all works and explain the results for an example research term

From now on, I will be using this tool as a part of my eBay research techniques in conjunction with using the completed listings information on the eBay site itself.

11 Responses to “Free eBay market research tool for multiple eBay sites”

  1. I found your video really useful and am going to use this tool myself. I did buy from you before and will be keeping up with you as a favourite seller. Thank you so much. Please do not give out my email address as this one is relatively spam free at present, any emails from you will be appreciated.
    Kind Rgds
    Jan

  2. Hi Jan,

    Thank you for your kind message.

    Rest assured your email address is not made public and I don’t pass on email addresses. I hate spam as much as you do.

    Talking of which, I have made a post on how to report spam. You can find that under the ‘Staying safe online’ category.

    If you wish to receive further updates from me, I suggest you sign up for updates on the home page of my blog, marcsampson.com.

    Marc.

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  7. Hi Marc,
    I’ve been interested in eBay Arbitrage for sometime now but have never made it work for me. The thought of buying and selling on eBay so intrigues me, I’d love to do it. There is one brick wall stopping me going ahead with this – the actual finding of those badly listed items. Search as I might, I just cannot find any, and I’m looking at titles, photo’s, bad spelling etc. Any thoughts……..

  8. Hi and thank you for your comment. I trust you have found my posts and videos of interest then.

    The best advice I can give with little experince I have had (I have only dabbled in this area myself) is to not look for anything by typing in search terms, but to just browse categories.

    What I would suggest is conentrate on a particular category/sub category and keep check in. Seach each day by ‘newly listed’ and then you will see everything each day that gets listed in that category. Personally I also filter out ‘fixed priced’ listings and look at auctions only.

    Hope this will help you.

    Further advice can be found in the eBay arbitrage ebook which I have posted a link to in the post.

  9. Hi mark Ive just been looking at your video about get 4 it.com ebay research for free. I wonder if you could help me because i have set an account up but i just keep going to a page for a monthly subscription. Thanks Jane

  10. Hi Jane,

    Thank you for your post. I have been trying to log into my account, as I have not done so for a little while. Now I am not able to log in, and so it seems they have changed this to a paid service, even though they are saying it is free on their main page. Very misleading I know.

    I will do some research and try to find another search tool that is free particularly for the UK site. If you find anything in the mean time, do feel free to post about it here. I’m sure all my readers will be grateful, myself included.

    Regards,

    Marc.

  11. Hi Marc,

    nice advice but I just visited get4it website and now they offer the research tool for free as a bonus of their paid hosting! How is it possible that I need to pay for something free?

    Check it yourself.

    Thanks

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