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By Chris Dawson September 24, 2017 - 8:25 pm

Marketplace updates on selling to Mexico

There's a lot of interest in Mexico at the moment for marketplaces around the world and if you're not already selling to Mexico it could be time to reconsider the country as a target for expansion. Amazon first started selling physical goods in Mexico in 2015

An eBay UK Director has achieved eBay Top Rated Seller status

Many years ago when I first started selling on eBay I was always impressed to see the number of eBay staff who sold online. If you ever went into the eBay offices you'd see desks piled high with items listed on the site waiting to

2018 – The year consumers will start to stop visiting marketplaces

2018 will I believe be the year when consumers start purchasing on marketplaces without actually visiting the marketplace. Marketplaces will be distributed across platforms, similarly to what we've seen in the past with voice and video (Skype which uses computers as nodes) and finance (think

Samsung’s new Bixby Assistant shops on Amazon

Having just received a brand new Samsung Note 8, I naturally couldn't resist having a play with Samsung's own voice assistant called Bixby. Bixby runs alongside Google Assistant and is billed as a smarter way to use your phone, assisting in completing tasks, telling you Fall Seller Release 2017

eBay have published their Seller Release for US merchants and whilst many of the announcements match those in the UK there are a couple of interesting wrinkles specific to Seller Release: Things that are the same (or similar) to the UK Markdown Manager is

eBay amend user agreement with fees for exchanging contact info

eBay have changed their user agreement to add a clause banning offsite sales and, if you choose to carry on selling on eBay, you will be liable not only for final value fees for sales which are transacted off eBay but also for the expenses

What eBay should have announced in the Autumn 2017 Seller Release

eBay's Autumn 2017 Seller release was all about evolving the marketplace and creating a journey sellers can link into for success. We understand that faced with some measures such as editing images to remove watermarks and ever more product identifier requirements you might view it

Free eBay Click & Collect service expands with Doddle

eBay's Click and Collect at Argos is one of the most superb programs that they've ever introduced, mainly because it benefits both buyers and sellers and is totally free of charge to both. Small retailers simply don't have the scale of large high street retailers which

What to look forward to in eBay’s evolution #LinnAcademy2017

David Brackin is a regular contributor to Tamebay and is the co-founder of Stuff U Sell. He has sold over 250,000 different items on eBay. He was at Linnworks annual Linn Academy conference this week and here are his thoughts on Kit Glover, Director of EU

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