Better than eBay?

After a series of unprofitable business transactions done online, my cousin, the ever smarty pants, decided its time to take a breather from his usual niche and modify his winning strategy if needed. This was, in fact, a bold step for him since he’s known to dislike changes. But in the name of business, what has to be done has to be done. Business, after all, is about constant reinvention.





Being a full pledge fan of eBay since day one, I saw the heartache and the pain my cousin felt when he finally decided to part away from it. “No other choice, I need to change my online auction site as the old one is no longer working for me” he told me in a sad tone. It was like a fairy tale romance gone sour for him. To cheer him up, I offered to help find a better online auction site for him. “There is none better than eBay but just help me find a different site anyways” was his gloom response. And so I did.

I knew I hit the jackpot when I found eBid.net. I was immediately impressed with their no listing fees policy. Unlike other sites, eBid is a zero fee online auction which means the usual blood sucking listing fees are waive. This is definitely an edge over other online auction sites. What’s more, eBid, as compare to the others, only charge a small final fee when your items are sold. In terms of variety, eBid also stands out. It has over 6,000 categories of items to sort and chose from. When I showed it to my cousin, he was also impressed. He was having a hard time accepting the fact that all this time he has been missing out on this wonderful site that offers excellent services and proviso for online bidders and sellers.

Ebid

Right now, eBid Online Auctions has a superb limited offer that can’t be missed. eBid $49.99 offer gives a 50% off for their Seller+Lifetime status – imagine from $99.99 down to $49.99—. Just purchase this lifetime security subscription all you can eat tariff and you don’t need to worry about auction fees for life. This is a sure win as it goes against other online auction sites charging per item. Plus you are entitled of the other awesome services exclusive for seller+. Since the launch of this offer, the influx of new users signing up each day has virtually created a buzz. It won’t be a surprise if eBid will take over the online auction market one day. After all, “it’s better than eBay” so says my cousin.

eBid.net is currently available in American, Australian, Indian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish, English, Canadian, New Zealand, Italian, and South African domain. But with the excellent services and facility, I’m guessing that eBid Philippines will be out really soon. So, remember whatever you’re buying, whatever you’re selling, give eBid a try.

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19 thoughts on “Better than eBay?

  1. Yeah.. I tried eBid, and it has a potential to beat eBay. My experience with them was a lot more fun than any other online auction websites. :D

  2. Great! Another eBay competitor. But I bet, eBay is still hard to beat. With its loyal users and superb auction platform, eBid is still far way out compared to eBay. But let’s see if It can be like Google VS. Yahoo, where eBay is Yahoo and eBid is Google.

  3. eBid is a great auctions website, and it’s really promising. I have both, eBid and eBay. Just don’t leave eBay, it’s just like you have both YM ID, and Gtalk ID, as what sandy stressed.

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  5. SITE OFFERS MANY OF THE SAME FEATURES AS OTHER AUCTION SITES WITH LOWER COSTS TO SELLERS

    January 6, 2011; Recently launched new auction website, bidpops.com; offers those looking to sell their goods & services another option to do so. Bidpops.com, which went live on December 9, 2010, offers sellers the ability to sell with an auction rate, a fixed rate, multiple rate, wholesale, retail or reserve rate all for $.50 per item-regardless of what the selling price may be. In the short month since its launch it has seen an excess of 270,000 hits and has had over 200 members join. With no membership fees, no final value fees and up to FOUR photos included with each listing, bidpops.com offers a more cost effective option for those looking for an alternative to other, more expensive “final value fee” riddled auction or classified sites. Both high and low volume sellers will also be interested to know that stores are also available to maximize return on low priced items, as well as several convenient “get paid” options including PayPal, Money bookers, and Authorize.net.
    Bidpops.com is currently looking for both buyers & sellers to join and utilize their site. Right now they are offering 50 free auction listings. Those who sign up can use the promotional code “welcome” to take advantage of this introductory offer.

  6. :mrgreen: SITE OFFERS MANY OF THE SAME FEATURES AS OTHER AUCTION SITES WITH LOWER COSTS TO SELLERS

    January 6, 2011; Recently launched new auction website, bidpops.com; offers those looking to sell their goods & services another option to do so. Bidpops.com, which went live on December 9, 2010, offers sellers the ability to sell with an auction rate, a fixed rate, multiple rate, wholesale, retail or reserve rate all for $.50 per item-regardless of what the selling price may be. In the short month since its launch it has seen an excess of 270,000 hits and has had over 200 members join. With no membership fees, no final value fees and up to FOUR photos included with each listing, bidpops.com offers a more cost effective option for those looking for an alternative to other, more expensive “final value fee” riddled auction or classified sites. Both high and low volume sellers will also be interested to know that stores are also available to maximize return on low priced items, as well as several convenient “get paid” options including PayPal, Money bookers, and Authorize.net.
    Bidpops.com is currently looking for both buyers & sellers to join and utilize their site. Right now they are offering 50 free auction listings. Those who sign up can use the promotional code “welcome” to take advantage of this introductory offer.

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