Yesterdays post encouraged an unbelievable amount of partcipation. In less than 24 hours we had over 1000 individual votes for the sites listed on that Poll:
- Comparision Shopping Sites
Results can be seen on our previous post - click the results link on the poll display.
The previous poll is still open so if you have not voted yet for one of the platforms or options listed above, please do so here:
At the end of the first day (less than 24 hours) eBay edged ahead as the clear leader in usage. With 47% or respondents voting for eBay.
No surprise there, but as an observer the voting became an interesting horse race with the early lead going to OnlineAuction soon followed by Bonanzle coming on strong mid way through the day (at one point having over 50% of the vote but ending with a very respectable 30% at last check.
Todays poll includes all of the write in candidates from yesterdays poll, (additions readers added into the list on yesterdays poll) each of the listed sites below accumulated at least one vote in our last poll. (In todays poll you can also add any site not listed here of in yesterdays poll).
We are including all of the write in sites without checking to determine the validity of these sites, as always comments and discussion are welcome in the comments section below.
The Trading Assistant Journal is not promoting or endorsing any site(s) on these polls.
I will say that I am surprised that Etsy and Amazon did not get more votes in yesterdays poll. I can only attribute this to sellers on those platforms not being away of our unscientific census of online merchants. If you know anyone who would be interested in weighing in for Amazon, Etsy, Dawdle or any of the others, please send them here to let us know where they are proud to sell product online!