Understanding more 2008 eBay changes

CATEGORY: Ecommerce

Scot Wingo is one of the people I always look to for thoughts and predictions on how ebay will be shaped in the future. He was the first to analyse the DSRs and put together a 10 point action plan for sellers to improve ratings from buyers.

Scot is now hosting a webinar on June 25th to cover:

  1. International Seller Visibility listing upgrade
  2. PayPal Extended Seller Protection
  3. Payment method restrictions
  4. eBay’s required shipping policy
  5. Scot’s take on eBay for the second half of 2008

Doubtless the webinar will include the latest gleaned from ebay Live!, and it’s an event well worth putting in your diary. With Best Match listing algorithm, Detailed Seller Ratings, new PowerSeller requirements, new listing fees and the Seller Dashboard 2008 has already seen more changes than ever before.

Keeping current with eBay changes is no longer simply keeps you competitive, it’s key to long term survival on the site.

6 Responses

  1. Webinar’? Is that a hybrid word combining web and seminar, or something else? I take it to mean some sort of web-based presentation/speech? ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi Mairi, yes it’s a contraction of Web Seminar ๐Ÿ™‚

    You log onto a website where the visual part of the presentation takes place, and then dial a phone number to listen and/or ask questions. I always use Skype for this type of event as then it costs pennies to dial into US presentations using SkypeOut.

  3. I always listen when Scot Wingo speaks up. A nice guy, wise words on ecommerce and impeccable taste when it comes to scifi. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Might I suggest “Weminar” for future reference?

    It trips more easily off the tongue, and sounds less like something Spiderman would use to capture the Green Goblin.

    Prof. B Villain,

    Dept of Linguistics,
    Trinity College Dublin.

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