Goofbid: New Group Bidding on multiple items

Goofbid Premium

Goofbid is the original eBay sniping tool, it’s been around for over a decade and tens of thousands have used it, along with Goofbid’s other tools. Now they’ve released their long awaited group bidding tool which enables you to bid for multiple items, and if one wins, the rest cancel. It’s the answer to many […]

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IR500 2016 Packed with tips and information for online sellers


The second annual IR500 has launched, InternetRetailing’s guide to the leading players in UK ecommerce and multichannel retailing The IR500 2016 lists seven ‘Elite’ retailers in the country are Amazon, Argos, Boots, House of Fraser, John Lewis, Mothercare and Screwfix, followed by a host of other household names as you go down the list. It’s […]

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PayPal block VPN & DNS spoofing services


PayPal are reportedly starting to block payments initiated by VPN and DNS services. One such company, UnoTelly has informed their users PayPal is no longer available and that they should add a credit card for future payments if they wish to continue to use the service. You might think “so what”, what is a VPN […]

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The Delivery Conference round up

The Delivery Conference

We’ve still some news to share from the Delivery Conference – DPD who never fail to innovate year on year are about to announce some really interesting plans, sure to please retailers and consumers alike, which we’ll share shortly, but what of the conference itself? 1,400 delegates attended what was the biggest Delivery Conference to […]

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eBay buyers bypass seller’s Buyer Preferences

eBay Bug

How does a an international buyer manage to make a purchase from a seller on eBay UK who has blocked orders from their country? That’s the question Tamebay reader Simon set out to answer when it happened to him. He told us that he blocks international buyers from his eBay UK listings. Instead he is […]

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ChannelAdvisor results show growth for the company and their retailers

ChannelAdvisor Feat

ChannelAdvisor posted their latest annual results last week and have joined the rarefied group of software as a service (SAAS) companies with revenues exceeding 100 million dollars a year. With annual revenues running at $100.6 million for the year, they saw an 18% increased compared with total revenue of $84.9 million in 2014. What’s of […]

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Amazon UK goes down for an hour at lunch time today

Amazon Bug

Amazon UK went offline for some users for almost an hour at midday today. Those try to access Amazon were displaying a message which read “We’re Sorry! There was an internal error in our system. We logged the problem and will investigate it later. Our apologies for the inconvenience.” Amazon is back up and appears […]

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Google Penalty Recovery Training, Brighton: 21/4/16


Kaspar Szymanski of is a former member of the Google search quality team and in this workshop he’ll be looking at Google penalties and how to bounce back from them. This event in April in Brighton forms part of the well-regarded BrightonSEO conference. To find out more and bag a place, check out the […]

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The new EasyFoodstore has already shut. Sort of.

easy foodstore logo

Did you read about it? Earlier this week, the Easy group made famous by EasyJet and founded by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, opened a new venture: EasyFoodstore. The idea was to take on the bargain supermarkets Lidl and Aldi and everything in store was priced at 25p. But the shop located in Park Royal, London has […]

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Book now for IRX/EDX 27-28/4/2016

IRX EDX 2016

The Internet Retailing Expo (IRX), co-located with eDelivery Expo (EDX) is set to showcase the latest innovations for online and multichannel retailing at the NEC in Birmingham on the 27th and 28th April. If you’ve not reserved your (free) tickets yet it’s time to do so. This will be the 6th Expo and will welcome […]

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