Today Sue Bailey posted an article on Tamebay which in my mind presents the view of global sellers on eBay in a very succinct and reasonable way. Sue touches on almost every aspect of the frustration and the disappointment eBay sellers are feeling. Her points are well intended and in my view quite accurate.
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With this additional announcement, eBay is ringing the bell that tolls a change in the way consumers will search the site. This new or revamped search engine (can you say Best Match on steroids?) will offer fixed price listings side by side with auction listings (tests leaked on this system last February). Will this new search “disadvantage” auctions so much that they become irrelevant and eventually through market pressure simply cease to exist?
This long and interesting piece by Andrew Locke expresses many eBay sellers feel about the changes at ebay in a well produced if somewhat off looking video.
If you want to truly understand something, try to change it. Kurt Lewin Oh but the changes we have seen this year at eBay… On the eve of this, possibly the last ever eBay live, what do you expect to hear from the organizers of the yearly eBay big shindig? Will stores listings find their […]
eBay Trust & Safety told Dan he was removed for non-performance.
10 years and 3000+ good solid positive feedback is now a non-performing seller on eBay, at least if you have two outstanding unresolved disputes and 10 neutrals in your history.
To be honest, I have not liked the last round of changes to “My eBay” and any move to return to the older version is good news in my book… Thanks eBay!
eBay is in for some changes in 2008. As sellers we all know change is inevitable and required for sustained growth in any marketplace. The changes which are reported in the article quoted below by: Richard Waters in San Francisco, which seem to be coming in 2008 may help established sellers on eBay yet hinder […]