porats broja zaposlenih: 56,9%
ppodaci za 2011: prodaja: 11.651,7 m
predsedavajučo: Pjer M. Omidijar
Predsednil, izvršni direktor i deirektor: Džon J. Donahju
Konkurencija: amazon, Google, Overstock.com
eBay is an online marketplace where both individuals and businesses can buy and sell goods and services to people around the world.
One important thing to note is that eBay only provides the platform for buyers and sellers to meet.
This means that eBay does not keep stocks of goods, nor do they dispatch your purchase to you. Anything that you buy from eBay will come to you direct from the seller that you are transacting with.
No, there are various fees and options to sell items on Ebay.
In fact, selling on eBay can end up being an extremely costly transaction. EBay is constantly revising their fee structure, but here are some of the fees you're looking to pay.
1). listing fee (between 10 cents to $4 dollars, regardless if your item sells). This is for a basic listing. If you want to add listing "addons" these will cost you more. 2). selling commission (if you sell you're item, has a fee scale) roughly 8.75% of your first $25, then 3.50% of any amount up to $1000 and so on. 3). paypal fees (if you use paypal to collect payment) - about 3% of amount collected 4). shipping fees (you'll probably be able to charge the user for this fee, but make sure you ask for enough, because otherwise you'll end up covering any shortage)
You're familiar with the name. You've seen it in stories on the evening news. You've heard co-workers talking about it around the water cooler. Your niece says she even did her back-to-school shopping there. So what is this eBay phenomenon, anyway?
Simply put, eBay is:
• A place to buy. Get nearly anything you need or want at prices better than you can find in traditional brick-and-mortar or even online stores. Though there are lots of rotten deals on eBay, too, the careful consumer can always come out ahead.
• A place to sell. Whether you're a bix-box retailer or just an average Joe (or Jane) cleaning out your garage, nearly anything you list on eBay will sell if you're flexible enough about the price. eBay's global reach can even move unusual items that aren't in demand in your own neighborhood, turning paperweights into cash.
• A meeting place, not a store. eBay doesn't actually sell any goods itself. All of the goods on eBay are sold and delivered by third party sellers that are neither employed by, nor have any other relationship with, eBay itself. Instead, eBay's business is to give entrepreneurs and sellers a place to reach buyers, and to give buyers access to the world's largest collection of things for sale.
• A place to shop. Because of the immense variety of things that can be found for sale on eBay, many members have discovered that eBay is one of the best places in the world to window or comparison shop. The millions of item listings created by sellers often include photos, detailed descriptions, and owner experiences. Because you can see lots of the same item side-by-side in various conditions and know what each one sold or is selling for, eBay gives you insight into the real market value or "street value" of most types of goods around the world.
• A place to collect. eBay is the world's largest marketplace for rare, discontinued, collectible, or hard-to-find items, no matter what the type or price. Whether you're looking for turn-of-the-century box cameras, hand-made Victorian doilies, Soviet army service medals, or 1980s vintage arcade games, eBay will give you a better selection than just about anyone else anywhere.
• A website. There is no physical eBay store. Founded in San Jose but now operated from several cities, eBay's service exists entirely online, and all aspects of business other than the delivery of bought and...