1. You should be logged into both Sku Fetch (https://app.skufetch.com) and you're eBay account.

2. In Sku Fetch, click Single Fetch

3. Load your supplier url into Sku Fetch and click on Process. Your supplier information will be retrieved.

4. Once the supplier information is retrieved, it will be visible in the Sku Fetch editor.  You can edit as little or as much of the information as you'd like. Below, we will summarize the things that can be edited.


Variations: If the item is a variation item, you can select the variation from the drop down to list 1 variation at a time.

Brand: This is the brand name of the item. If it can be detected when scraping the item, it will be pre-filled.  You are also able to edit this field, if needed.

UPC: If a UPC can be detected from the supplier's product page, it will be filled in. Otherwise it will be blank.  You also have ability to enter your own UPCs or purchase your own from Sku Fetch under your Add Ons --> UPC Settings.

EAN: This stands for European Article Number.  It's typically the UPC code with an extra 0 in front of it.  You can leave this blank if you do not know it, or you can enter it in.

Custom Label (SKU): This field is your supplier's product SKU, by default.

ISBN: This is the International Standard Book Number. This field is only relevant if you're listing a book.  

Price: Here you are seeing the marked up price based on your supplier's price and your default formula in your Sku Fetch Price Settings.  If you are okay with the selling price shown, you can move on. Otherwise, you can click Override Price to change the formula for this particular item (more on changing your formula can be found below).

Your items will be listed using at the selling price created by whatever formula you have set up in your Price Settings in Sku Fetch. If you would like to set a different formula for the item or adjust the pricing, you can click on the Override Price button (Note: If you're using the Easy Price Wizard, the button will say "Profit Calculator".

When the formula wizard opens, you'll be able to adjust any of your formula values for this particular item and you'll see what the new selling price would be. If you're fine with listing the item using your default formula, you do not need to change anything here.

You can click the Override Price button again to collapse the formula options and continue editing.

There are product Weight and Dimensions options that are also optional. You can choose to fill them in or leave them blank.


Here you will be able to edit your listing title.

Title: Initially, this is set to the supplier's product title.  You can change this if you'd like. eBay only allows a maximum of 80 characters in a title, so if your title is longer than that, you will need to shorten it. There is a character counter that will display as you edit. 

Update in Description: This button will change the title in the body of your description if you have the {{title}} tag in your template.  This is helpful if you have made changes to your title and would like it to also be updated in the description.  

Find Competition & Get Keywords: This button can be used to find competitors selling this item on the marketplace that you select such as Amazon, eBay, etc and you can also obtain keywords that may be helpful to use in your title or description.


Here you will be able to edit the images that go into the photo gallery of your listing and also select a different main image if you would like.

ON/OFF Switch - This slider can be used to select all images or deselect all images. eBay only allows 12 images, so if your item has more than that, you will need to de-select the extra ones.

Star Button: The Star Button is used to select a main image. Once selected, it will also change the main image that is in the description of your listing (if you have the image merge tag inserted into your template).

Tag Button: The Tag Button is used to change the keywords that are assigned to the image.

Pencil Button: The Pencil Button pulls up a full image editor so that you can edit the details of your image if you choose.   

Picture Button: The Picture button copies the selected picture to fill in missing images up to 12. 

Check Mark Button: The Check Mark Button allows to you to deselect/select an image. Once deselected, it will turn red. If selected, the box will turn green.  All images are checked (selected) by default.

Upload New Picture: This button allows you to upload images of your own.


This is optional, but if you want to include additional supplier urls for the same item, you can click the Include Alternative Suppliers button and paste in any other supplier urls that you have for this same item.  Once exported to Sku Grid, you will have an entry for each.  Sku Grid will track and reprice your item based on the lowest priced, in stock supplier at the time.  Your item will not be put out of stock until all of your supplier urls linked to this same item are out of stock.


This is your description box. You can edit any of the text here using the html editor or you can click on the Source button if you want to edit the html source code directly.

There is also a Spin Text button directly below the description box.  If you click that button, you'll have an area to paste in any text from your title or description and you'll be able to spin unique content for it that is readable.  You can then copy and paste it back to your title or description.  This helps you to create more unique listings.

5. Remember, you can do as much or as little editing as you want. Once you're done, just scroll down and click Process.

6. A new tab will open and you will be redirected to eBay. Note: If you are not already logged into your eBay account or eBay timed you out, then you will be prompted to log in again. Enter your username and password.  Then click Sign in

You will then see the eBay selling manager listing form. But if you were not already logged in, your information will not pre-fill. If this is the case, then you can go back to the tab with Sku Fetch in it and click the link that says The window will open automatically. If not, click on the link. That will cause eBay to open in a new tab for you and the title of the item will automatically pre-fill.  This will ever happen if you are ever logged out or auto-timed out of your eBay account. If; however, you are logged in, then you will be redirected automatically without having to sign into eBay, your title will fill in and the information will start loading.

7. Once the eBay Selling Manager "Create a Listing Form" opens, you''ll notice that a lot of the information is pre-filled in from Sku Fetch. Your listing title, category, images, and description will be filled in.

You are free to enter or select any other required or optional options necessary to list your item the way you want. You'll also be able to select from your store categories.

8. When you get down to the Description section, you'll notice that you're viewing the html source code for your listing. You can click on the Standard tab to switch over to the normal view of your listing. You shouldn't have to do any additional editing as you've already done it in Sku Fetch, but you can make last minute changes if you'd like.

9. You'll also notice that your correct selling price is already filled in. You won't have to make any changes there as Sku Fetch has already created your selling price based on your item cost and your specified formula when listing. Note: If you happen to make a change to your item here, once your item exports to Sku Grid, you would need to then override your formula on the item and create a formula that yields your new selling price.  So it's best to just set your price and formula in Sku Fetch before sending it over to eBay to avoid having to do extra work.

Further down, you will see Quantity.  Since Quantity is not a default setting in Sku Fetch, it will always default to 1 here. You will need to enter your desired listing quantity here.

10. Further down, you will see your Business Policies. They will default to whatever your default policies are in eBay. If you need to change them before listing, you would need to make the change to your Payment, Shipping and/or Return Policies here as needed. You'll also notice that your Item Location is populated with the settings from your Sku Fetch settings. If you need to make a change to the individual item, you can.

11. Once you're done, just scroll down and click the List Item button.

12. eBay will display a pop up that says "Success! You've listed your item for sale." You can click the I'm done now link to exit or click the link of your item to view the listing.

13. The item will show as "Listed" on your Sku Fetch item list.  Once in the listed status, if you've enabled export to Sku Grid for tracking, the item information will export to your Sku Grid account for tracking and repricing automatically and you'll see SKUGRID under the Exported column of your Sku Fetch Item List. It may take 5-10 minutes for the item to show as exported to Sku Grid on your item list.

Once exported to Sku Grid, please note that it takes some time for your supplier's information to show up. Items that have not previously had a supplier url scanned by our system will display as "vendor" at first with no supplier information shown, but after Sku Grid does its first check and update of the item, it will populate.