eBay Selling Tips

The Best eBay Reviews Plugin for WordPress

Displaying your eBay feedback reviews on your WordPress website is a great way to instil trust with visitors.

Your positive reviews will reassure visitors that your business is reputable and help secure sales. But how do you present your up-to-date eBay feedback on your website, you ask – look no further than Fast eBay Listing, the best eBay reviews plugin for WordPress, without a doubt.

Why should I use Fast eBay Listings?

The Fast eBay Listings WordPress plugin has been helping website owners integrate with eBay since 2016. It is mature, actively maintained, used by countless happy publishers and is a certified eBay Compatible Application.

Originally developed to display eBay listings and items on your WordPress site, it now has the functionality to also display your eBay store details and feedback ratings.

How do I get started?

Simply install the Fast eBay Listings WordPress plugin and you will have an eBay Feedback Shortcode and Block available to add to your pages in Classic or Block editors. Just enter your eBay username and tailor what details you wish to display and how you’d like to present them.

Adding the eBay Feedback in WordPress Block editor:

eBay Reviews Plugin for WordPress - Block Editor
How to add an eBay reviews widget to your WordPress site

Live preview of eBay account info, feedback ratings and comments:

eBay Reviews Plugin for WordPress - Block Editor

Adding the eBay Feedback in WordPress Classic editor:

eBay Reviews Plugin for WordPress - Classic Editor
How to add an eBay reviews widget in the WordPress Classic Editor
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Geo-targeting to Maximise eBay Partner Network Earnings

Do you run an affiliate marketing strategy on a website that attracts visitors from around the globe? If so, you need to geo-target your affiliate links to maximise your earnings, read on to find out more and how to achieve this with the eBay Partner Network.

Why You Need to Geo-Target

By default, when you add eBay Partner Network (EPN) links to your website, they will link to only a single eBay marketplace and site (,, etc.) This is fine for visitors in that country, they’ll be nicely lined up to complete a purchase. However, a visitor from another country will be less inclined to purchase from another country’s eBay site. The item may not ship internationally or shipping fees may be off-putting. Some visitors may persist and search for the linked item on their local eBay site, but you won’t get the sale attributed to your EPN account. Either way, by presenting visitors with eBay products not sold locally to them, you will inevitably lose sales and not earn as much commission from the EPN.

eBay Partner Network geo target links

The solution is to present each visitor with a link to the eBay site that is local to them. By presenting eBay products they can purchase locally with ease, they are more likely to complete the sale and earn you a commission. This can be achieved by doing a reverse lookup of their IP address to discover the country they’re from and thus tailoring the links they see accordingly. Thankfully, there are many services available that can take care of this for you. The WordPress plugin Fast eBay Listings has this feature available right out of the box.

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Alternative RSS eBay Feeds WordPress Plugin to WP eBay Product Feeds

Back in 2020, eBay announced their decommissioning of RSS feeds, much to the chagrin of affiliate marketers using the eBay Partner Network. eBay RSS feeds were a simple way to pull items from eBay for display on affiliate sites. The proposed alternative was to use the eBay API, however, this requires more development effort, signing up to the eBay developer’s program, managing access tokens, adhering to call limits and maintenance to stay abreast of API changes – something the Fast eBay Listing WordPress plugin has always supported.

WordPress eBay Partner Network integration

Nonetheless, many eBay Partner Network users have tried to continue with RSS feeds generated from third-party resources that create a feed using the eBay API. Thus enabling the bad approach of using older RSS eBay Feeds WordPress plugins like WP eBay Product Feeds that rely upon an RSS feed as input. In this article, I’m going to look at why this approach is bad and what your alternatives are.