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6 thoughts on “New Head of eBay Marketplaces Sends Message to eBay Sellers”

  1. Why you don’t speak English, Scott?

    You say

    “It is critically important to balance a set of diverse needs to accelerate velocity and scale. Continuing to innovate on both the underlying technology and customer experiences are critical to our joint success.”

    This is just a load of clever-sounding (to people like you) crap.

    There is so much that could be improved with the site as it is, never mind “innovation.” Fix the things that don’t work now in the set up as it is, on the nuts and bolts level.

    I can see what the trouble is — people like you have no idea what the seller’s day to day experience is actually like — I mean at the click level. You don’t know, and it isn’t sexy, so you don’t think it’s important. So you don’t know if the people who design and run the nuts and bolts are good or not, or screwing up, or just doing stupid time-wasting things.

    If you want to impress ordinary sellers, leave your executive gobbledegook in your executive office, talk simple sense and pay attention to the basics first.

  2. Meet the new “boss”
    Same as the old “boss”

    Boss in quotation marks to remind everyone that this guy actually is supposed to be working for the sellers, not the other way around.

    More vapid empty corporate jargon speak apparently about how everything at eBay is wonderful and will just keep getting magically better.

    1. @santini,

      While he did not use “synergy,” which is good, he did call someone attempting to buy something on eBay a “customer experience,” which whips out his non-synergy points.

      If these jackasses actually think in the same terms as they write it goes a long way in explaining why eBay has been so catastrophically run for the last five years. No one logs into eBay to have an “experience.” They log in to attempt to buy or sell something.

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