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January 30, 2008

Hotline: eBay Fee & Feedback Changes #1 (1/08)

Wed Jan 30 2008 09:34:04
The AuctionBytes Blog asked readers how they felt about eBay's new fee and feedback changes announced on Tuesday (January 29, 2008). As eBay's incoming CEO John Donahoe said, eBay is throwing out the playbook and making radical changes to how the site works in an effort to improve the buyer experience. The request for your response to these changes came fast and furiously, and calls are still coming in. There's still time to call the AuctionBytes Hotline and leave a 60-second message telling us how these changes will impact your business: call 1-877-222-0856. Here is part 1 of the AuctionBytes Hotline, part 2 will be published later today. Run Time: 9:44

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