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Is there a way to have multiple auctiva accounts logged in? I guess you could use many different browsers but i was wondering if there is a better way. Also I dont think netvibes is the way to go, but I might be wrong.
How do you manage your auctiva accounts?
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Auctiva is inconvenient because it doesn't support multiple eBay ID's and is very slow. I'm using InkFrog. Vendio might be another good option.
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I am just looking for a way to STAY logged into multiple auctiva accounts. Logging in and out is a pain in the neck.
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Does inkfrog allow you to manage multiple ebay accounts without having the same problems as Auctiva ( having to log in and out to manage accts)
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Earl.. Wouldnt it be too easy to slip up..being logged into many accts at once??
I now u mean auctiva.. But, even uploading pics, it can only do 2 accts/time before it literally freezes your pc.. I can keep 2 open, just to work on 1, while im uploading pics to the other..
--Just MINIMIZE the first acct-- then open new browser--log into the 2nd acct
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I've tried that with Auctiva, but logging in and out seems to be a hassle at times, though I do agree with you, it might be too easy to slip up.

I dunno- I'm always looking for an easier way to do things..must be lazy i guess!
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you would have multiple tabs and you can just look at the top of the page to see what account you are working with. I just dont think there is a way to be logged into more than one account.
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seller-that sounds like it would be pretty easy to keep your accounts seperate
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Well for auctiva, click "clear cookies" and then go to their main page and logging in is easy. If you want to stay logged in you have to install multiple browsers or cookies get mixed up.
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earlt, yes, with inkfrog you can manage as many as you want ebay id's in a single inkfrog account. what i especially love, you can even move your products between your ebay accounts with a single click, no endless copying and pasting when one of your accounts is going down.
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hmm can ebay link you through inkfrog? Can inkfrog do merchant account checkout?
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No, eBay can't link you through inkfrog or any other 3rd party service. I've been using it for 1 year on many accounts without any problems. They don't have their own checkout that integrates with merchant accounts, though, so you will need a separate service such as auctioncheckout (this one works with multiple ebay ID's for $15/m per extra account) or Cartmanager (i'm not sure if this one supports multiple ebay accounts. Any ideas?)
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I am just looking for a way to STAY logged into multiple auctiva accounts. Logging in and out is a pain in the neck.
You could use different browsers that don't share the same cookies. Maybe one logged in with IE, then another Firefox, then Opera, etc.
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No, eBay can't link you through inkfrog or any other 3rd party service. I've been using it for 1 year on many accounts without any problems. They don't have their own checkout that integrates with merchant accounts, though, so you will need a separate service such as auctioncheckout (this one works with multiple ebay ID's for $15/m per extra account) or Cartmanager (i'm not sure if this one supports multiple ebay accounts. Any ideas?)

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my problem with inkfrog is the fact that they link your pics with the html
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my problem with inkfrog is the fact that they link your pics with the html

If i upload the pics everytime when i use them on new accounts,would that be ok?
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I manage 10 eBay accounts per day through Auctiva, logging in and out in between them. Why can't you? Logging in helps you remember which account you're working on.
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I want to try inkfrog. If I use multiple ebay accounts on one inkfrog account, will ebay be able to link my ebay accounts?
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I want to try inkfrog. If I use multiple ebay accounts on one inkfrog account, will ebay be able to link my ebay accounts?
It looks to me as though you DID NOT even read the thread before you made your post.
READ....
The answer to you question is IN THIS THREAD ALREADY.
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earlt, yes, with inkfrog you can manage as many as you want ebay id's in a single account. what i especially love, you can even move your products between your ebay accounts with a single click, no endless copying and pasting when one of your accounts is going down.
On every inkfrog listing, under the inkfrog logo, there is a link: "Affordable Auction Management Solutions @ inkFrog," when you put your mouse/hover, it shows "inkfrog_c0m?referer=1234567890"

My question: when you use inkfrog to list with multiple ebay IDs, does the "referer" show a different number for each ebay ID? Or does all your auctions, on all your ebay accounts, have the same ID number?
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Just curious, have you tried this with auctiva.... Use a master seller account without generating a token from ebay.... Create the listings that you are working on and then copy and paste the HTML to the individual seller accounts under different log in id's. Then you would only have to upload the pictures to one account. Organize the photos and saved listings by seller id.... I have only done this a handful of times but it seems to work
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