Want to bring attention to your listing? Give Promote or Offer to Likers a try. You can either promote your item to everyone or make an exclusive offer to likers only.
How to find
To Promote your listings on the app, go to your profile and tap Selling or click here to access your listings. Tap “Promote” at the bottom of the item you want to promote. You’ll be prompted to select whether you want to Promote or just send an Offer to Likers.
To Promote your listings on the website, go to your profile and tap My Listings. Tap “Promote” or “Offer to Likers” next to the item you want to feature.
How it works
Promote: Want to boost your listing in the search results?
If you reduce the price of your listing by 5% or more, we’ll boost your listing in the search results and also notify all the people who liked your item about the price reduction. You can Promote up to 10 listings per day, and a single item can be promoted once every 24 hours. Don’t forget that to Promote the same item again, the new price needs to be at least 5% lower than the historically lowest price, and can never be lower than $1.
Promote is a permanent price drop. If you have Smart Pricing and/or Smart Offers enabled and you promote below the minimum price you set, these features will no longer work, because your current listing price is below your minimum price. To adjust your minimum price range to enable Smart Pricing or Smart Offers, go to your listings, select the listing and click edit to adjust your pricing.
Offer to Likers: Want to send a special offer to those who have shown interest in your listing?
If you reduce the price by 10% or more, we’ll notify the item’s likers of this limited time deal! The temporary price reduction will be sent to a maximum of 50 of the most recent likers, of the item, starting with the most recent liker to the oldest liker. The Offer to Likers remains valid for 24 hours. If a liker accepts the reduced price offer, then the purchase is binding. Don’t forget that in order to send a new Offer to Likers on an item, the new price needs to be at least 10% lower than the historically lowest price, and can never be lower than $1.
To help you plan accordingly, see the chart for additional notes: