Sydney Australia (PRWEB) September 10, 2006
Due to the lack of competition in the Online Auction game, eBay is now the dominant player and in a monopolistic position. eBay recently announced that it will raise most of its fees again, to keep its investors happy.
Leaving the big seller's on eBay not so happy.
At BidSell (http://www.BidSell.com.au) there are no fees for listing an item for sale. (No Sale No Fee Policy) No fees for eStores, Reserve price, buy it now, picture uploads ands on.
BidSell has also introduced membership style plans.
On the highest plan which is the Platinum plan for only $100(AUD) per month, a seller can list unlimited listings and they won’t pay any fees what’s so ever.
(http://www.BidSell.com.au) today announced that it will expand its services to more countries. Giving sellers around the globe more choices (free or pay more & more)
BidSell has all the eBay Features and more for example, send second chance offers to all lower bidders, which is probably one of the most favourite feature for sellers on eBay.
You can also use their eBay feedback migration tool, which allows a user to show their eBay feedback on the BidSell Site. Gone are the days when you write in your listings (check out my eBay feedback@ )
You all know eBay’s Turbo Lister, The tool that lets you list multiple products in no time.
BidSell Has a similar tool named the BidSell Bulk Lister.
For more information about BidSell. Visit http://www.BidSell.com.au