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David A. Utter is a freelance writer based in Lexington, KY. He has covered technology topics from search to security to online business and has been quoted in places like ZDNet and BusinessWeek. He considers his appearance on NPR's "All Things Considered" with long-time host Robert Siegel a delightful highlight. You can find him on Twitter @davidautter and on LinkedIn.

2 thoughts on “Tophatter Tips Sellers Toward Speedy Sales”

  1. Tophatter is horrible to start selling on..took weeks to even get 1 item in.

    Certainly don’t buy there..they put people who drop ship directly from china as priority..so most of it is fake crap or cheap brand electronics that you’ll receive in a month or two.

  2. Just to play Devil’s Advocate – Now that “everyone” has decided customers want FREE SHIPPING, what else is left? Faster shipping, clearly.

    As a shopper, this type of buying doesn’t appeal to me. It reminds me of window shoppers walking along a big city street gazing over window displays. I am not going to participate in any auction that presupposes I will find something I want to buy, when I have nothing in mind.

    It probably will work for many but not for me, or many like me, who have specific types of purchases in mind that we want to make before even opening the site’s home page. We use search functions to narrow the listings that best fit what we are looking for. We get really, really tired of endless, fruitless watching of unrelated items being auctioned.

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