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Hello new readers. Welcome to Tamebay.

By Dan Wilson August 13, 2014 - 9:05 am

In the past 24 hours we’ve been overwhelmed by a huge influx of new readers here on Tamebay and we’d like to welcome each and every one of you. We hope you’ll come by again soon.

So, what’s Tamebay?

If you don’t know us, we’re a news and information website dedicated to online sellers and ecommerce SMEs. So if you’re selling eBay, Amazon elsewhere and interested in what’s going on the commerce world, we’re here to help

The Editors are Chris Dawson and Dan Wilson but we’re just a small part of the Tamebay community. Tamebay is also home to an ecommerce brains trust of thousands of readers, commenters and contributors second to none.

We take pride in being useful. Whether it’s the latest news, comment pieces, advice on better selling or gossip on what’s going on. You’ll find it here. If we don’t have the answer to your question, we sure as dammit know someone who does.

Stay in Touch with Tamebay

Lots of readers like to stay in touch with Tamebay via our daily digest of articles. It’s sent each morning detailing all the news we’ve published in the 24 hours before. Join up on the homepage. The box is top right. (You can’t miss it.)

Check out the Tamebay Guide

Tamebay also produces the most comprehensive and authoritative online guide to all the various tools and services out there to help online sellers. It’s the Tamebay Guide and you can find it here.

And you can download it for free as a PDF too.

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Yes, We Tweet. We Facebook. Why not connect with us there too?

Thanks for finding Tamebay. Here’s hoping we become friends too.

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