Creating a listing

Creating a listing is the first step in getting your item in front of buyers. We have a range of tools and options to help make sure your listing ends in a sale.

 

Getting started

When listing your item, start by describing what you’re selling. Be as detailed as possible (I.E. Slightly used, damaged, features specs, etc.) Then add clear photos and don’t be cheap with them. Take multiple shots at different angles. Select the brand and the appropriate category and sub-categories (i.e. A FAST Helmet would fall under Tactical Gear & Apparel >Headgear>Helmets), choose tags that fit the items description, and set a price.

Finally, select which shipping options will be available to the buyer, a return policy, and how you want to receive payment.

We also recommend that you get to know our rules for sellers, our on prohibited and restricted items, and what’s allowed and not allowed when listing and completing a sale.

Item specifics

When filling in the specifics about your item, you’ll find that some fields are required and some are not, depending on which category you’re selling in. 

Item specifics may include brand, size, type, color, style, or other relevant information about the item you’re selling.

We strongly recommend providing as many of these specifics including tags, categorizes and pictures as you can to ensure that your item gets maximum visibility on both APX and external sites such as Google Shopping.

Product identifiers

Product identifiers are essentially unique codes that can be used to identify a specific product. Most new and manufacturer-refurbished branded items have product identifiers on their packaging.

These identifiers can include brand name, Global Trade Item Number (GTIN)—such as a Universal Purchase Code (UPC) or International Standard Book Number (ISBN)—and Manufacturer Part Number (MPN).

Completing your listing

Our guides below have useful information on how to add images and categories, set buyer requirements, make changes to your listing after it’s live, and more. 

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