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eBay has announced his 2010 Fall Seller update with lots of intersting informations for professional sellers on eBay. Read everything you need to know about new features, guidelines and opportunities on the world largest auction platform.
eBay 2010 Fall Seller Update
With the 2010 Holiday selling season just around the corner, updates are coming this fall to help you take full advantage of the increased holiday traffic, maximize sales, and streamline your operations.
Updates that impact your selling are now being consolidated with lead time to adapt. These updates are scheduled to launch between September 7 and September 13 unless otherwise noted. This is the third and final seller update for 2010.
Setting up a Facebook-Account is easy. But developing a successfull social media strategy isn´t. The Article "Three steps to social media win" explains, what you should keep in min, when going to the web 2.0.
Three steps to social media win
So, you’ve set up a Facebook page, you have a fully automated Twitter account, and your LinkedIn profile is a shining example of professional wonderment for all to behold.
The iPad has finally arrived. But is it really going to be the game changer – especially for online retailing – like a lot of people are saying?
GUEST OPINION iPad and the future of retailing
In the fast-paced world of technology, change happens at an extraordinary pace. Trend setting companies out there from Apple and Google to Microsoft are investing heavily in R&D bringing new products to market at phenomenal speed so any player looking to seriously capitalise on the innovations needs to have their finger firmly on the pulse.
Volker Schwarz studied German, History and Politics at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. From 2004 to 2009 he worked as a freelancer for several marketing and communications companies in Hamburg, including e-commerce companies. Between August 2009 and December 2011, he worked as an online editor at ePages.