Live Listings Report (Top 500)

A live market report of the top 500 Best Match listings for any keyword or category. This report is great for insight into the diversity of products being presented to a buyer right now, how your competitor products are ranking and find inventory optimisations to perform better.

New Listings Report

A market summary of new, revised or relisted listings up to the last 7 days.  This report gives you an early warning into products that have recently listed in multiple stock quantities and may be potential threats to your items sales in future. It is also a great monitor of new product innovation happening in categories

Supply Demand Report

A report providing an indication of listing supply and average weekly sales volume by price, using top ranking listings created within the last 18 months. Use this report to spot supply gap opportunities with proven sales, identify listings that are excelling at different price points, and see price points where buyers are actively purchasing.

Live Listings (Top 500)

The Top 500 Best Match listings report is a real-time snapshot of the first 10 pages of default search results on eBay as seen by a domestic buyer.  The below example shows a search on ebay.com for the search term “cordless drills” across All Categories.

 

 

Overview boxes summarise the data set

Listings – A count of listings within the dataset of which, within the Live Listings (Top 500) Report, there should usually be 500.

Total Search Results – The total number of search results returned for your keywords, of which in the Live Listings Report we only analyze the top 500.

Price Range – The range of prices being offered within 500 listings.

Postage Range – The range of Postage/Shipping costs being offered within 500 listings.

Quantity – Inventory stock levels available within the 500 listings.

Sellers – Number of sellers that own the 500 listings.

Brands – Number of brands being offered within the 500 listings.

Sold – Items sold within the lifetime of the multi-quantity listings within the 500 listings.

Three ways to view the data

 

 

Sellers – Default view for new users.  The report is shown with data aggregated by seller ID. Clicking on seller id in the report deep dives into the seller listings.

Brands – The report is shown with data aggregated by Brand. Clicking on a brand in the report to deep dives into the listings.

Listings – The report shows all listings within the returned best match data set and associated metrics.

 

Toggle Charts, Filters, and Download data

 

 

Chart – The button toggles the interactive charts view to visualize the data set

Filters – Hides/unhides filters on the Left Nav

Download – Download a CSV file of the raw data to work offline

Hide Headers – Hides the top overview box and reports detail for more space to analyze data tables or charts

 

The data column definitions

  • Seller – Seller ID
  • Listings – Count of listings.
  • Top Rank – Highest ranked listing.
  • Qty (Quantity) – Quantity of stock available.
  • Sold – Total quantity sold (Includes historical sales for Relist/Revise listings.)
  • Med Price – The median price. The price that falls in the middle of the range for that seller or brand (depending on which data table you are viewing.)
  • Med Postage –The median postage cost. The postage cost that falls in the middle of the range for that seller or brand (depending on which data table you are viewing.)
  • Brands – A snapshot of the brands on offer from the Seller.

The Chart View

  • Visual displays of % or values
  • Filter Key metrics by Sellers, Brands, Condition, Format, Countries
  • Visualize Price/postage range and concentration of listings

Dynamic Filters applied immediately to Tables and Charts

New Listings Report

The New Listings Report shows New, Good till Cancelled and non-Good till Cancelled relist and revised listings that have entered a category up to 7 days ago for a selected market, search term and/or category. The below example shows a search for an “iPhone 8 plus case” within the Cases, Covers & Skins leaf category on ebay.com

Overview boxes summarise the data set

Listings – A count of listings within the dataset of which, within the New Listings Report.

Total Search Results – The total number of search results returned for your keywords, of which in the New Listings Report we only analyze those listed in the past 1 week.

Price Range – The range of prices being offered.

Postage Range – The range of Postage/Shipping costs being offered.

Quantity – Inventory stock levels available.

Sellers – Number of sellers where new listings have come from

Brands – Number of brands being offered within the new listings

Sold – Items sold within the lifetime of the multi-quantity listings new listings.

Three ways to view the data

 

 

Sellers – Default view for new users.  The report is shown with data aggregated by seller ID. Clicking on seller id in the report deep dives into the seller listings.

Brands – The report is shown with data aggregated by Brand. Clicking on a brand in the report to deep dives into the listings.

Listings – The report shows all listings within the returned best match data set and associated metrics.

 

Toggle Charts, Filters, and Download data

 

 

Chart – The button toggles the interactive charts view to visualize the data set

Filters – Hides/unhides filters on the Left Nav

Download – Download a CSV file of the raw data to work offline

Hide Headers – Hides the top overview box and reports detail for more space to analyze data tables or charts

 

The data column definitions

 

  • Seller – Seller ID
  • Listings – Count of listings.
  • Top Rank – Highest ranked listing.
  • Qty (Quantity) – Quantity of stock available.
  • Sold – Total quantity sold (Includes historical sales for Relist/Revise listings.)
  • Med Price – The median price. The price that falls in the middle of the range for that seller or brand (depending on which data table you are viewing.)
  • Med Postage –The median postage cost. The postage cost that falls in the middle of the range for that seller or brand (depending on which data table you are viewing.)
  • Brands – A snapshot of the brands on offer from the Seller.

The Chart View

  • Visual displays of % or values
  • Filter Key metrics by Sellers, Brands, Condition, Format, Countries
  • Visualize Price/postage range and concentration of listings

Dynamic Filters applied immediately to Tables and Charts

Supply Demand Report

The Supply Demand report makes it easier to identify potential supply gap opportunities with proven sales, spot category specific buyer preferences, and be more strategic with inventory and merchandising planning.

Specifically, it visualises listing supply and average weekly sales volume by price, using top ranking listings created within the last 18 months.

Use the charts for quick insights!

Supply Demand Graph

Overview boxes summarise the data set

eBay Supply Demand - Overview boxes

LISTINGS  A count of the listings within the dataset.

AVG #SOLD/WEEK The average number of products sold per week per listing. The number of weeks used is equal to the number of weeks that the listing is live.

AVG $SOLD/WEEK The average sales value achieved each week per listing. The number of weeks used is equal to the number of weeks that the listing is live.

TOTAL # SOLD/WEEK – The total number of items sold each week on the selected eBay region for the listings included in the dataset.

TOTAL $SOLD/WEEK  The total value of items sold each week on the selected eBay region for the listings included in the dataset.

Three ways to view the data

 

 

SELLERS – The report is shown with data aggregated by seller ID. Clicking on seller id in the report deep dives into the seller listings.

BRANDS – The report is shown with data aggregated by Brand. Clicking on a brand in the report to deep dives into the listings.

LISTINGS – The report shows all listings within the Supply Demand data set and associated metrics.

Toggle Charts, Filters, and Download data

 

 

Chart – The button toggles the interactive charts view to visualize the data set

Filters – Hides/unhides filters on the Left Nav

Download – Download a CSV file of the raw data to work offline

Hide Headers – Hides the top overview box and reports detail for more space to analyze data tables or charts

The data column definitions

Supply Demand - Data

Listings – count of listings included in the data set.

Qty – Quantity of stock available at the time that the report is run.

Sold – Total quantity sold by the listings included in the data set.

#sold/wk – Average quantity sold per week over the duration of the listing.

Med Price – The median price. After sorting the sold prices in order, the median price is the number in the middle of the list (or an average of the two middle numbers if the dataset is even).

$sold/wk –Average sales value sold per week over the duration of the listing.

The Chart View

Supply Demand Graph

The bar chart shows the percent of listings included in the data set that falls within the price bracket.

The scatter plot shows the individual listings positioned by price and weekly sales volume. The higher the dot, the more it is selling. The further positioned to the right, the higher the price.

Filter Key metrics by Sellers, Brands, Condition, Format, Countries

Dynamic Filters applied immediately to Tables and Charts

Other definitions of eBay data:

  • The Live Listings report does not show Sponsored Ads within the Search Results pages just the ranked listings.
  • The Live Listings report shows the ranking of listings as a domestic buyer would see it.
  • On the rare occasion, ShelfTrend is unable to obtain the full list of 500 live listings.  The Live Listings Report is still valid, just incomplete.  You will find that running the report later may pull the full 500 listings.
  • Due to the nature of live marketplace data, ShelfTrend’s total search results and category counts are slightly different to what shows on the live eBay site.
  • The Brand item specific is an open text field in most categories. This means there will be some errors or inconsistent values entered when sellers input this information.
  • On some non-English language markets, item specifics for Brand may not return accurate totals.
  • Some shipping/postage costs are shown as $NA. This means a Calculated or Freight Shipping option has been offered and the rate is not yet defined/agreed.
  • Free Shipping and Local Pick Up are recorded in ShelfTrend as $0.00 – according to eBay they call this ‘Free’
  • The New Listings report excludes single quantity items as they are unable to establish a sales history or trend up