Make Your Shop Stand Out

Make Your Shop Stand Out

You're a Reverb seller now. Outstanding! Now let's make sure you have all of the tips and tools you need to build a great shop and start making money selling on Reverb.

Shop Banner

Your banner is your online storefront. It gives your Reverb shop character and personality. It also gives buyers the perception that if you took the time to make your shop look professional, you will take the time to provide a great experience. You can upload your shop banner via the Shop Profile page.

Banner Dimensions

Make sure that your shop banner is sized correctly. Banner specifications are 960px wide x 160x high and at least 72dpi.

Shop Name

Include your shop name on your banner. It's basically your storefront sign, so add a tagline or product summary as well.

Quality Imagery

Stand out by choosing a beautiful photo or a well-designed image to represent your Reverb shop. Add your logo if you have one.

Shop Description

Share a little information about your shop. This can also be edited via the Shop Profile page. Your description can include your gear interests, if buying/selling gear is your profession or hobby, and anything else you think buyers might find interesting.

Your Story

Telling your story in your description helps to gain the trust of potential buyers. Let the Reverb community know who you are!

Shop Video

Do you have a video of your gear collection or your store. Add it to your shop profile to let customers get to know you even better.

Website Link

Let people connect to you beyond your Reverb shop with a link to your website. This will help set you apart.

Here are a few of our favorite shop descriptions:

Shop Policies

Set your shop policies before you start selling. If your intentions are clear from the start about what will (and will not) be provided, buyer expectations can be managed so that everyone has a great experience.

Payment Methods

Reverb Payments and PayPal are the available payment methods. Accept both to reach more buyers.

Shipping Profiles

Shipping Profiles let you standardize shipping rates for similar items to save time on future listings.

Return Policy

A clear Return Policy is essential. Choose between the Reverb Recommended Return Policy or customize your own.


There are a few hints to get your store in our Top Shops section. Once there you will be on the front lines to our hundreds of thousands of customers. Make sure to look at our Listing Standards to understand the do's and do not's of listing on Reverb.

Your First Item

Once you have your first sale it will be much easier to establish yourself as a trustworthy seller. Try selling something small to get started.

20 Listings

To be on our Top Shops list you must have at least 20 listings. Don't forget, one of the best ways to sell on Reverb is to find great deals on Reverb.

Sell More!

Our Top Shops page is sorted by who has the most recent sales. The more you sell in a short amount of time the higher on the list you'll be.

Boost Your Listing

There are a few ways to give your listing an extra boost.

Reverb Bump

As the number of items being posted on Reverb has grown, we've heard many sellers asking for ways to promote their listings. Now with the option to pay for Bumps, any seller on Reverb can bump their listings to get more exposure.

Preferred Seller

Preferred Sellers have all established a solid track record on Reverb with consistently high feedback and gives customers an extra assurance that their experience will be extraordinary. Learn about becoming a Preferred Seller >>

Get Seen

Share your listings through social media and tag reverbdotcom. We love retweeting and reposting great listings, exceptional deals, and interesting gear.

Have A Question?

Whether you need help using the site, assistance with a particular order, or expert advice, the Reverb team is always ready to help.

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