Archive for November, 2008

Get Exposed – Inside the eBay Recent Sale Score

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

On Tuesday, eBay hosted a webinar that third parties providers were invited to attend. This webinar is being held today for the public – So I want to talk about the topics. There were a few sections on Ad Commerce and the new Marketing initiatives, which we’ve posted in our Monday Morning recaps and are [...]

eBay Changes – 11/08 Monday Morning Recap

Monday, November 10th, 2008

The announcements from eBay are getting really thin (are you doing the happy dance?). With holiday season in full swing, it’s very exciting nice to see eBay is taking a break from major changes. In this week, was a message from Greg Fant regarding eBay’s Holiday Marketing, includes cash back from Microsoft Live Search and [...]

eBay Announcements can be hit and miss

Thursday, November 6th, 2008

There was a recent Auctionbytes article about PayPal eChecks not being released to the seller. This glitch was on ongoing issue beginning in Mid-October and fixed the first week in November. In some cases this created problems for sellers as buyer did not receive their merchandise in a timely manner, left negatives and/or bad DSRs. [...]

eBay Changes – 11/03 Monday Morning Recap

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

There were quite a few changes at eBay again this week. However, these seem less impactful to day-to-day seller operations than in the past weeks. On October 28th, there were two security updates. The first, “trusted seller with identity confirmation” takes aim at account take-over’s by identifying the computer (s) a seller is working from, [...]