Originally Posted by Steve Smith
Pro tip: Organize your inventory into similar items as specifically as possible. Like white shirts or non-iron shirts or better yet, non-iron white shirts. Then use the sell similar
feature to prepopulate most of the listing. Make sure that you develop a systematic way to enter the differences between the items so you cut out inaccuracies in the listings. This method saves a lot of time.
There are several tricks that help.
Play games like once I get up to ten of a specific item (shirts, or blazers, or suits), I'll stop and spend a couple hours listing all of that particular item. Or my favorite, no shopping 'til I've listed what I just brought home.
Have a well organized space for your stuff, one you like to spend time in. After a while, you may find that you'd actually prefer to check your store and list a few items rather than watching another rerun on TV.
Learn to love the validation of getting paid for one of your finds. That's the best listing motivator I can think of.