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June 15, 2011

eBay VP Discusses Social, Local, and the Traditional Seller

Wed June 15 2011 13:53:33
  Christopher Payne, Senior Vice President of eBay Marketplaces North America, talked to AuctionBytes after delivering a keynote address at the Internet Retailer conference where he gave attendees a sneak peek at a new social shopping feature launching in the fall. In this exclusive podcast, Christopher talks about eBay's effort to bring back the conversation to shopping through a new Facebook feature; its efforts to collect inventory from local brick-and-mortar retailers through a new initiative at MiloFetch.com; and what eBay is doing for the smaller traditional eBay seller.

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