Compilation and informational items policy
You can sell compilation and informational items on eBay as long as you list them in the Everything Else > Information Products category.
Make sure your listing follows these guidelines. If it doesn't, it may be removed, and you may be subject to a range of other actions, including restrictions of your buying and selling privileges and suspension of your account.
What are the guidelines?
Electronic books (e-books) listed in the Everything Else > Information Products category.
Wholesale lists listed in the Everything Else > Information Products category.
Compilations or information content must comply with our digitally delivered goods policy - including being supplied in a physical format (e.g. on CD), and being listed in the Everything Else > Information Products category.
Listings for compilation or informational items containing any cross-category information.
Combining a compilation or informational item as a bonus item with any other listing.
Listings containing excessive keywords to describe the contents of a compilation or informational item.
Offering information on how to either purchase specific items or receive them for free outside of eBay.
Listings which include web addresses or links (for example, www.gotomyownwebsite.com) that enable buyers to purchase items outside of eBay. (See also our links policy.)
Why does eBay have this policy?
We're making sure that compilation and informational items are listed in the appropriate category so buyers know what they're getting. We're also trying to prevent the use of keyword spamming because it causes misleading search results. Keyword spamming is when sellers put unrelated words or details in their listings (such as brand names and pop culture terms) for maximum - but unfair - visibility in search results.