About ChannelX

ChannelX, formely Tamebay, is the leading provider of intelligence & news for all businesses and business people who ply their trade on online marketplaces, whether they are experienced powersellers looking to boost sales, or beginners seeking advice and best practice.

ChannelX was originally set up to provide eBay users with the tools to tame a seemingly impenetrable marketplace (hence the name). The site has since developed to cater to merchants and businesses operating across any or all of the major online marketplaces, helping them to sell more and sell better. From articles to ebooks, from webinars to events, ChannelX is the go-to resource if you’re looking for information to help your business flourish.

“Tamebay is the most useful ecommerce information site I have come across. I have signed up with three ecommerce services that I heard about first on Tamebay in the last three weeks…” Bryn Morgan, Multi-channel marketplace seller.

Our Story

Sue Bailey and Chris Dawson, two British PowerSellers, founded Tamebay in 2006. Following Sue’s untimely passing in 2011, Dan Wilson, one of the founding members of eBay in the UK, stepped in and has played a huge hand in bringing ChannelX to what it is today – a vital resource for thousands of marketplace sellers worldwide.

We also belong to a larger family of brands, including InternetRetailing, eDelivery and RetailX each specialising in providing analysis and research for ecommerce professionals.

Recent Comments

Rob said:

ebay shop's need a complete overhaul as currently not value for money when compared to other platfor...

Rob said:

Chris, you have a few to many of the free beers? Though we were there on the Thursday? Well done t...

Mike said:

Stop trying to make Black Friday a thing (in the UK). Everyone knows it's a con - a week beforehand...

Mike said:

Well as I said I am just gona sell my stuff in the "real" world instead, so all RM, couriers and Eba...

Stigmas said:

Thing is Mike the "alternative" services won't be able to cope with the vastly extended demand and s...

Stigmas said:

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Andrew J Titcombe said:

Surely this is very LATE Guidance on selling in the Great Britain (GB) markets now that the UK has l...

Mike said:

The messaging system came out weeks ago. Don't know anyone who is gona use newsletters certainly...

R said:

Dull flat without initiative ,interest, commitment or improvement

Mike said:

Would have helped to post a photo of the UKCA marking so we could all see it. But I found an imagin...