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Rachel Rofe’s Mini Income Streams Training #ad

Rachel Rofe is a well-known, experienced internet marketing training and e-commerce marketer. We frequently see her ads on YouTube and in other venues. We joined her mailing list in 2012. About that time, she started talking about her unique e-commerce approach, which she refers to as “mini income streams.” She also uses this approach to make a healthy six-figure income. Because it is just one of her income streams, she does it in just a few hours of work each month. This week, she is launching an updated formal training program for this game-changing method that’s helped countless... [...]

ProBuildz: eBay Store builder makes stores in seconds #ad

Coming tomorrow, ProBuildz, new SaaS software by Simon Warner, allows you to build a store in eBay in seconds. Why would you want to do this? Because there are 25 Million sellers on eBay, and only a few of them have eBay stores. This is a wide-open large marketplace full of people who need what you will be able to build in second, and they are willing to pay for it. People whose livelihood comes from eBay selling need an eBay store where they can display their items for sale. If buyers see all their items for sale, not just a single item that caught their eye, they are far more likely to buy multiple... [...]

Easy eCash 2.0: Successful sales software for eBay #ad

Will Allen, along with a team of other successful marketers, is releasing Easy eCash 2.0 at 10:00 EST today. Selling on eBay can reliable online income if you sell the right products and use the right tools. Allen says that his software-based selling system earns him over $40 per day, with only a few minutes of work. And, he has just built a new 2.0 version of the system, one that is built on the original successful version The nice thing about selling on eBay is: ➤ You don’t need a big budget (you can get started for free if you want). ➤ You don’t have to fight for rankings on Google. ➤... [...]

Plugin Auction Profits: Make eBay your online marketing platform #ad

There is something to be said for the “tried and true”, things you know work because they have been working for years. eBay is certainly tried and true. It offers a platform where many people (thousands) earn their living online. Rob Corrigan has just released Plugin Auction Profits to show you one good way to take advantage of the eBay seller opportunity. Imagine if you did not have to watch every dollar you spent and were able to buy those things you want for yourself and your family and still not have to fear the credit card bill each month? Who wouldn’t want to have that... [...]

‘eBay Deploys Artificial Intelligence to Benefit Sellers’ – Small Business Trends

Michael Guta says, “Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming part of our everyday language as more organizations integrate the technology into the products and services they offer. The latest to do so is eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY), which according to the company will help its sellers become more competitive. eBay Deploys Artificial Intelligence Solutions The company has been supporting its sellers, many of whom are small to medium sized businesses, with AI driven investments for the past five years. To date, it has been embedded and distributed across 30 domains to help sellers with everything... [...]

‘Why eBay should think big and be ready to buy’ – Internet Retailer

Shelly Banjo says, “Investors cheered a fourth consecutive quarter of sales increases, and maintaining a full year of gains helped quiet concerns that without PayPal Holdings Inc., the subsidiary it split from in 2015, eBay would be left for dead. It’s no time for self-congratulatory pats on the back, though. Growth initiatives touted by eBay management during its earnings call last week, such as ramping up millennial-focused TV advertisements and making it easier for consumers to find new stuff on its sites, just aren’t aggressive enough to match eBay’s grand ambitions... [...]

‘eBay goes AMP, sign it might break out past news?’ – Search Engine Land

Barry Schwartz says, “eBay announced they are now serving over eight million pages using AMP, Google’s accelerated mobile project initiative. This is the first major non-news site that has deployed AMP widely in a production setting. eBay said deployed it for many product and category-based pages for mobile only. They even gave example URLs of the pages that support it, including this one and this one. eBay said you can add the amp/ parameter to any browser URL when you are on the mobile site and you should see the AMP version. Here are examples of the URL: Not AMP: AMP:... [...]

‘eBay Reports 5 Percent Revenue Increase in First Quarter’ – Small Business Trends

Shubhomita Bose says, “eBay’s efforts to revamp its business are paying off, as the company has reported better-than-expected results in the first quarter. The online retail giant has posted a 5 percent revenue increase, beating analyst expectations. Following the announcement, eBay shares rose 2.1 percent to $24.98 in extended trading. The solid results will give eBay the much-needed boost it needed to regain investors’ confidence. eBay Q1 Earnings Up: Main Highlights Some of the key takeaways of eBay’s first quarter results include the following: – Gross merchandise volume... [...]

‘eBay looks to a post-password future’ – Internet Retailer

Zak Stambor says, “EBay is among the first e-commerce companies to join the FIDO Alliance, an industry group developing new authentication standards. EBay Inc. is looking to a future in which consumers no longer have to enter a password to sign into an e-commerce site. The online marketplace has joined the Fast Identity Online Alliance (FIDO), an industry consortium that aims to develop standards for simpler yet stronger authentication. FIDO’s members include such companies as Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd., Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., PayPal Inc. and Visa Inc. The FIDO Alliance is trying... [...]

‘eBay Plans to Challenge Amazon, Announces Turnaround Strategy’ – Small Business Trends

Lisa Froelings says, “At the Goldman Sachs Technology and Media Conference in San Francisco on Feb. 10, Wenig revealed that the company is thinking more as a merchandiser or retailer, instead of just an open marketplace. “We’re changing from an unstructured to highly structured marketplace,” said Wenig. “The brilliance of eBay’s model is its greatest challenge. It’s a friction free marketplace, which means sellers can sell anything they want, and that makes it complicated.” eBay, the huge online auction house for hard-to-find items and antiques, used clothing and cars, has... [...]

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