Amazon’s announcement that it will block shipping to Australia from Amazon.com and redirect users to the Oz site has angered the company’s Aussie users.
As the retail sector waits for Amazon to launch its Prime service down under, eBay has today announced the launch of its own membership program, eBay Plus, in Australia.
In this episode of ‘Always On’, host Nicole Kersh looks at what it takes to stand out in a crowded market and build a brand online.
In episode three of Always On, we cover everything integration. We also talk to eBay sellers Kristy from Incy Interiors and Claire from Luumo Design.
During the second episode of Always On, we look at how businesses across regional Australia are going global, and chat to Tasmanian sellers Ivory and Deene.
Myer has today announced the launch of a new virtual reality store in partnership with eBay, allowing consumers to browse over 12,000 products through an app and matching headset.
After a two year collaboration Bigcommerce has announced the launch of a formal strategic partnership with eBay which will give sellers a way to efficiently list products and manage inventory on eBay using the eBayLINK app. The company states that the integration will help retailers to sell up to 50 percent more by giving them access to the largest online marketplace in Australia.
In March, I wrote an article about Bidz Direct, in which I stated that the startup’s biggest challenge was going to be the bad press surrounding another startup playing in the same space Alphatise. I also said that co-founders Phil Tran and Zaven Matevosian would face some tough questions as they prepared to launch their platform and raise funds.
As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. From op shops to garage sales and second-hand markets, people have always loved trawling through preloved items for a bargain. Then eBay let us do it online. Now, new platforms are again looking to change the way we buy and sell second hand goods.
As the world is well aware right now, eBay announced this week that hackers raided their network and had access to about 145 million user records. This is probably going to go down as one of the biggest data breaches in history. I mean 145 million unique records is kind of epic.