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myHermes update their Linnworks integrations

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myHermes latest Linnworks integration is now live and available to all of their Linnworks customers, both those who have credit accounts with myHerms and those who pay for shipments on an ad hoc basis. Linnworks Macro Credit account customers can now enjoy full macro integration with myHermes, making sending parcels easier than ever. The macro […]

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Lenovo G500 laptop on eBay at £269.94

Lenovo G500

When I purchased my last laptop I didn’t write about it on Tamebay. That’s unusual for me as I normally love getting new tech gadgets and regular readers will know I’ve reviewed many of the laptops, mobiles, smartphones and even digital entertainment devices that I’ve purchased in the past. Now I know why I didn’t […]

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Let Wholesale Clearance shift your aged stock

Wholesale Clearance

Have you got old stock sat there doing nothing apart from taking up space, costing your storage fees, not earning you money or just plain giving you a headache! Is there stock sat on your shelf that no matter how many times you list it you’ve just not been able to sell it or it […]

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ParcelHub expand to Yorkshire and West Mids


ParcelHub is one of a new breed of courier consolidators, rather than simply offer you a set rate to send a parcel they either collect daily from you or you can send you parcels to them to be despatched. Since their launch in 2010, Parcelhub has operated from Colwick in Nottingham, providing both on- and […]

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Title Builder: Simple & Powerful Titles Generator

Title Builder

Elad Darmon is a programmer and an eBay seller and like all sellers is always looking for ways to improve his listings. That’s why he’s created a tool for eBay sellers called Title Builder. It’s an incredibly simple tool to use and good for eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Google, your website or any other marketplace you […]

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A personal post: could you be the donor Nikki needs?


I hope you will forgive such a post. It’s a personal favour I’m asking of you all on behalf of a friend. I know Tamebay readers to be benevolent and generous people, so I crave your indulgence for a few moments because you may be able to help. Nikki, a mum who lives in Brighton, […]

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VouchID Identity Verification Checking Service

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With fraud affecting 1 in 4 small businesses every year causing a loss of £18.9billion last year alone, have now enabled small businesses to protect themselves against fraud with online Identity Checking service, VouchID. is the UK’s most awarded online directory, helping find people, businesses and places for 20 million users every month. […]

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Twitter testing a marketplace “Buy” button

Twitter buy

Twitter has started to enable ecommerce merchants to sell on their micro-blogging platform. Starting with a small group of artists, brands, and nonprofit organizations, a small percentage of U.S. users (that will grow over time), will see some tweets featuring a “Buy” button, letting them buy directly from the Tweet. The idea is that users […]

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24 Tips For Marketing Your Own Web Store


So you have a website. What next? How do you get potential buyers to even know that you have a website and the products that they’re wanting to buy? WebRetailer editor Andy Geldman asked twenty ecommerce sellers, consultants and suppliers to give their top tips for getting started marketing your own web store. They gave […]

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