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Sell Smarter on eBay: The Metrics You Need to Be Tracking

Michael Ugino — November 16, 2017 — November 16, 2017 eBay merchants offer everything from lightbulbs to vintage war posters on the marketplace. The platform’s niche products, like used items or one-of-a-kind collectibles, typically have fewer competitors than mainstream goods. eBay merchants offering these specialized goods are in smaller markets, so they have less information … Continue reading Sell Smarter on eBay: The Metrics You Need to Be Tracking

How 5 Online Businesses Already Increased Revenue Up to 96.44% – Just By Selling on eBay

Tracey Wallace — July 19, 2017 Follow @tracewall — July 19, 2017 For online brands looking to expand into new markets, eBay is often overlooked in favor of Amazon or selling on Facebook. And that’s leaving massive amounts of revenue on the table for those businesses who do look to eBay for expansion. After all, … Continue reading How 5 Online Businesses Already Increased Revenue Up to 96.44% – Just By Selling on eBay

Amazon Prime Day competitors: Walmart, eBay & more aim to win over online shoppers

A number of e-commerce sites are gearing up to compete with Amazon on its biggest shopping day of the year. Amy Gesenhues on July 11, 2016 at 2:56 pm Tomorrow, July 12, marks Amazon Prime Day, a one-day sales event started by Amazon in 2015 to boost its Prime membership numbers. Last year’s event proved … Continue reading Amazon Prime Day competitors: Walmart, eBay & more aim to win over online shoppers

Social Media ROI: Lessons from eBay, McKinsey and Unilever

Joel WindelsSeptember 22, 2015 A cliche of modern discussion in social marketing is to focus upon ROI and how elusive it can be. We’ve been exploring the topic ourselves plenty recently. Although we firmly encourage the use of social data to measure the performance of a business – facilitating better decision making and indicating the … Continue reading Social Media ROI: Lessons from eBay, McKinsey and Unilever