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Writing your advert
To make your advert as effective as possible we need as much information as possible to help you sell your items. Try to include the following information:
- The title of the advert - Include the Make and Model and your Location
- Description of the item - This should include as much information as you have. This would include the age and condition of your equipment along with any technical specifications. Size and power requirements.
- Price - This is the price you would like to charge.
- VAT - If you are VAT registered you can either choose to include VAT within the price or add it to the advertised price. If you are not VAT registered you should choose VAT free (i.e you don't charge VAT).
- Location - Give us the postcode so we can include it to localise searches. Unless specified we will use your address from payment or company location.
- Delivery notes - Information on if you can assist with delivery as well as any cost involved.
- Contact details - Provide a phone number and/or email address. (If you don't supply us with this information we will use the email address you have contacted us with and any phone number we have for you).
To get the best interest, it is advised that you include the best photos you can get of your equipment. A customer will base 90% of their purchasing decision on the first photograph they see. If you are selling a group of equipment like a PA then it would be best to have one photo of all of the equipment in the same photo.
Taking time photographing can make the difference between getting the best price for your marquee or not.
- If you can take the photo with natural light on a clear sunny day (overcast or rain never looks good).
- If you are taking photos indoors avoid black/dark background with black equipment.
- Make the background as presentable as possible (remove any rubbish, boxes etc.).
You can have one or as many photos as you feel necessary to sell your gear (within reason). If something comes with instructions or receipts please scan this so we can include it.
If you are sending us a lot of photos it may be worth resizing them. We normally suggest at least 640 x 480 and no bigger than 1200 x 900. Click here for information on how to resize your images
Tips and things to avoid:
- Try to make the equipment fill the whole photograph and avoid anything distracting in the background.
- Avoid shooting into the sun (your gear could appear very dark within the photograph). It's best if you have your back to the sun.