What are the listing limits?

Sellers in Global Selling are given an established listing limit per marketplace of operation. With this limit, we ensure that only top-performing items are being showcased, thus, offering the best buying experience to our visitors. 

Listing limits are established according to your reputation as a seller. Bearing this in mind, the higher your reputation level, the higher your listing limit will be.

Consider that if you’re a seller with a green reputation in Mexico and an orange reputation in Brazil, you’ll be able to have up to 10,000 active listings in Mexico and up to 1,000 active listings in Brazil.

Increasing listing limits

As stated before, your listing limits depend on your reputation as a seller. If you keep on increasing your listing limit, keep an eye on the following variables:

  • Orders with complaints
  • Handling time
  • Cancellations
  • Mediations

Remember that each of these variables has an established percentage per marketplace.

Difference between Listing Limits and Daily Quota

On the one hand, the listing limit cap refers to the total number of active listings a seller can have. On the other hand, the daily publishing quota is the maximum amount of listings a seller can add daily on each site. Currently, this daily quota is 10.000 listings per site and day. 

Keep in mind…

You’ll be notified once you’ve exceeded your listing limit in one or more marketplaces. If this is your case, you can pause or delete them to add more listings.

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