OnBuy News

By Chris Dawson January 9, 2018 - 9:00 am

New OnBuy Linnworks Integration with subscription-free offer

Many retailers have said that the reason they won't currently integrate with OnBuy is the lack of multichannel management integration. Today there is good news for Linnworks users as OnBuy have announced a partnership with Linnworks, offering thousands of sellers the opportunity to seamlessly trade

OnBuy made the BBC News in the January sales

With the post Christmas January sales in full swing, OnBuy made the BBC News. Alastair Fee, Business Correspondent at BBC South, visited OnBuy's headquarters in Poole to meet the team and find out more about how they have grown so quickly over the last year. Featuring

‘Get On It’ OnBuy TV Ad campaign now live

The much anticipated Christmas OnBuy TV Ad campaign launched today, aiming to put the brand in front of households up and down the country over the festive period, on their way to becoming a household name. They have signed a deal with ITV for prime-time

OnBuy Christmas Offer – Free fees in 2018

OnBuy are offering sellers an early Christmas present. Sign up by the end of December and you'll get the whole of 2018 subscription fee free. OnBuy Christmas Offer OnBuy sellers normally pay a subscription fee of £19 a month, but this is being reduced to zero as

OnBuy growth breaks through two-million product mark

OnBuy has listed its two millionth product, reaching a major milestone in its rapid growth following a successful TV campaign. The breakthrough comes amid a period of significant expansion for the online retail platform, which is seeing traffic booming at upwards of 300,000 users per

OnBuy marketplace start mainstream TV advertising

OnBuy have migrated to a brand-new hybrid cloud solution with UKFast. They are now working on optimising this, making performance changes and working to ensure that they deliver the best possible solution. We had a couple of emails last week due to OnBuy down time

OnBuy TV ad campaign to launch on ITV in 4 weeks time

OnBuy have reached a major milestone with the listing of their 200,000th product and have begun the countdown to a national TV consumer launch. The marketplace launched to sellers in November 2016 with the aim to offer the lowest commission fees available for any major online

Onbuy introduce commission only selling plan

We've heard loud and clear from Tamebay readers that, whilst they like the idea of an new competitor to eBay and Amazon, they don't like the idea of supporting a site with a monthly fee while it's growing. OnBuy have also heard you as they

OnBuy working to offer 2.4m products to shoppers

Not much more than a month ago, OnBuy announced it was ready to help sellers upload their inventory to the site and available to buyers. OnBuy is a new marketplace that doesn't charge selling fees but rather is funded by subscription model: £49 or £89

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