This article will teach you the basics of using CrazyLister with Sellbrite. For more advanced CrazyLister help, please visit the CrazyLister Knowledge Base.
What is CrazyLister?
CrazyLister is an easy to use, drag and drop editor for creating professional eBay listing template designs. All CrazyLister templates are stunningly beautiful, mobile responsive, and 100% compliant with eBay's active content policy.
Choose from 200+ designer-made professional eBay templates; simply pick one and tweak it as much as you like. Add, remove or customize your template elements with just a few clicks. Anyone can use it…no coding needed.
All CrazyLister templates are 100% mobile responsive. Your listings will look amazing on any device.
How much does it cost?
CrazyLister requires a separate subscription, but Sellbrite customers who enable CrazyLister in their Title & Description Templates enjoy a 14-day free trial and a significant discount off the regular CrazyLister price! See the regular CrazyLister pricing here.
How does CrazyLister work with Sellbrite?
Sellbrite has partnered with CrazyLister and has embedded their editor directly into the Sellbrite application so you can create amazing listing templates without leaving Sellbrite. You can apply your design to 1000's of listings in seconds by assigning a Sellbrite template to your listings.
You'll find the CrazyLister editor on your eBay Title & Description Templates on the Settings > Listing Templates & Recipes page.
Click the CrazyLister button to open the editor. If this is your first time using CrazyLister, you will see a welcome screen when CrazyLister opens.
Start by choose one of the pre-made CrazyLister designs, or click Blank Page to design your own template.
Once in the editor, you can change the design as much as you want by dragging and dropping the elements. You can also add any of the Sellbrite Product Attribute placeholders by clicking the Sellbrite menu on the left.
When you are done editing your design, simply click the Save button in the top-right corner of the page and then click Save & Exit. Give your template a name and click Save again to send the code for your template to Sellbrite automatically.