A Look at High to Low Sales Across Some eBay Categories
I do miss the old eBay Pulse, in which eBay gave us a look at what categories and subcategories were trending. But the terapeak tool has a feature that looks at what categories have high and low sales, from the top-level on down. I thought it would be fun to take a look at what categories have the most sales right now, or rather, within the last seven days.
On the top end, we have:
- Clothing, Shoes and Accessories as having high sales. Within that:
- Women's Clothing is trending big as well.
- Cell Phones and Accessories have moderately high sales, with:
- Cell Phones and Smart Phones garnering the high sales "red dot" in the terapeak color spectrum.
Rounding out the C's, Collectibles are an overall high sales top-level category. Within that,
- Comics are the hottest with highest sales, followed by:
- Knives, Swords & Blades
- Decorative Collectibles
Most of the other top-level categories show a grey dot (for low sales), but within those we have, for example:
Antiques - Low sales
- Silver - high sales
- Asian Antiques - second highest, etc., with the rest in order on down to Periods & Styles.
- Decorative Arts
- Rugs & Carpets
- Periods & Styles
Within Computers/Tablets & Networking, we have, in highest to least order:
- Laptops & Netbooks
- Tablets & eBook Readers
- Desktops & All-In-Ones
- Computer Components & Parts
- Printers, Scanners & Supplies
- Drives, Storage & Blank Media
What about Sporting Goods? That top-level category shows moderate sales, with high sales in:
- Hunting, and then on down in order from most to least:
- Outdoor Sports
- Fitness, Running & Yoga
Home & Garden is a "warm" top-level category. People are still buying things for the outdoors despite the turning of the season. In order, we have:
- Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living
- Home Improvement
- Kitchen, Dining & Bar
- Household Supplies & Cleaning
That's a quick snapshot of how some key eBay areas have done in the last seven days. What categories do you buy the most from, and what information from those would you find most helpful? Post a comment here!