release Consolidated Investment Analysis of Ebay Inc. announces an investment report featuring company Ebay Inc. (NASDAQ:EBAY)

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Lots of changes in the Comparison Shopping Engine World…

There's more changing in the world of Comparison Shopping Engines (CSEs for short) this year than I can remember since back to the 99/00 timeframe.

The short-list:
  • Amazon Product Ads are doing really well and have come out of nowhere to be a top CSE for many of our retailers.


Two events – Amazon conf call and PESA event

eBay Strategies readers, two up-coming events to notify you of:

  • Tomorrow (5/20@2pm ET) – Piper Jaffery is doing a call where we'll be going over the new Amazon offering – ProductAds.


A new blog for Amazon sellers AND details on Amazon Prime’s size

We’re excited to launch a new sister blog to eBay Strategies called…. Amazon Strategies!

The same style of coverage targeted towards serious sellers on the eBay platform is now coming your way with an intense focus on all things ‘selling on Amazon’.

So to recap the various areas you can read ChannelAdvisor’s thoughts on ecommerce channels:
  • eBay Strategies – News, analysis and strategies for optimizing your sales on eBay.
  • Amazon Strategies – Our newest blog, focused on advanced amazon strategies for ProMerchant, ProductAds, FBA, CBA, etc.
  • CSE Strategies – Everything related to Comparison Shopping Engines.  There’s more coming in 2009 for CSEs than any time I’ve seen in the last year – stay tuned here.
  • – We have a team of paid-search geniuses at ChannelAdvisor that spend day and night optimizing search marketing campaigns for hundreds of top retailers.
  • – Product-related thoughts from some of our top engineers, product managers and services folks at ChannelAdvisor.
  • Strategy and Support Center  - For our customers, we provide even more in-depth strategy and channel details in the SSC (new beta is out check it out!)   
Since Amazon Strategies is brand new and I suspect many of the eBay Strategy readers will e interested (but not all) in what we’re covering over there, we’ll mention bigger posts here for the next month or so to make sure everyone has a chance to add that feed to their favorite reader, email, etc.  We’re also thinking of setting up twitter accounts where we can fire out the quick/short things that go on with these channels.  Let me know your thoughts on that as well as our various blogs in comments.

Oh yeah – almost forgot – we’re kicking off Amazon Strategies with a post that is intented to answer the FAQ we keep getting: How big is Amazon Prime?   You can go direct to that post here.

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Social Auction – final results

I'm off to a meeting, but very briefly – the first social auction had some great feedback and action.