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Amazon Flex look for casual drivers in Birmingham

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Amazon are looking for people who you live in Birmingham, who are not criminals, to help them with deliveries. If you’re interested you’ll need to have a car or van and an Android smartphone, pass a background check and you could start earning £13-£15/hr (including tips) for Amazon Prime Now deliveries and £13/hr for standard […]

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Why I prefer Amazon to eBay shipping

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Amazon is offering free next day shipping with Prime. If you pay they’ll also delivery next day before 1pm. If you live in the right area for Prime Now they’ll deliver the same day or even within the hour. They’ll also with Amazon Fresh deliver your food the same day. You might think it’s just […]

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Moz Training Course, London: 15/9/16

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emarketeers will be holding an event on September 15th in Clerkenwell in London. They will explore the full suite of tools available from Moz. Moz is something of a gold standard in SEO and online marketing and plenty of people I know swear by their tools and services. Too find out more and book in […]

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Is eBay making progress on buyer fraud?

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Last week a friend asked me for tips about selling her smartphone and pretty decent camera on eBay. She was rather surprised when I told her not to: “Too risky. You’ll be at risk of buyer fraud.” High value items like phones and cameras are exactly the sort of things that sellers are at risk […]

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Amazon.co.uk seller fined for price fixing

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An Amazon seller has been fined £163,371 for colluding with a competitor to fix prices on Amazon.co.uk. Trod Ltd. has admitted agreeing to fix prices with GB eye Ltd. (trading as ‘GB Posters’). They agreed that they would not undercut each other’s prices for posters and frames sold on Amazon’s UK website. The arrangement was […]

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How’s Jet.com doing after first year?

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It’s been one year since US-only marketplace Jet.com arrived on the scene. It was based on a different premise: to start with it included a $49 annual subscription and the prices would be at their most competitive when a shopper bought in bulk, bundled up and didn’t require expedited delivery. The model has changed since […]

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Parcel2go to launch smartphone app

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Courier service aggregator Parcel2Go are going to launch a smartphone app soon and they’re hoping you’ll register your interest and help them in the final phase of testing. Check out the page here. They’d love to know what device you’ll be using the app on and also whether you’d be willing to test the app […]

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Amazon Logistics to launch in Northern Ireland

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Amazon Logistics is set to open operations in Northern Ireland as soon as next week, according to reports. It will be based in Carrickfergus, County Antrim and will employ 18 staff directly with four different delivery firms servicing the deliveries. So far, those companies have hired 130 new staff to cope with anticipated demand. This […]

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eBay masterclass training, Manchester: 1/8/16

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Online Seller UK will be holding another of their successful eBay masterclasses at Rise in Manchester on the 1st of August. Online Seller Uk have a reputation for holding no-nonsense, practical training events. To find out more and book a place, visit this page. As they say of the agenda: “This course is specifically designed […]

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