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College Football Rankings: eBay’s StubHub Aims To Gauge “True Popularity”

eBay-owned ticket marketplace, StubHub, has launched a new weekly scorecard aimed at gauging the “true popularity” of college football teams among fans, based on its own internal data. StubHub’s system uses the AP Top 25 as a starting point, then uses the weekly pageviews for the teams, and ranks them by which are the most popular. Each Tuesday, StubHub releases …

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eBay Launches New Daily Deals Blog

eBay is looking to promote items from their top sellers with the introduction of a new Daily Deals Blog. And if you love getting products on the cheap, it’s definitely one to add to your feeds. From the new Daily Deals blog: Every day, we will feature several items from top sellers discounted up to 90% off! From must-have home …

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Wizards Are No Longer Welcome On eBay

You can buy just about anything on eBay. If you want it, somebody will surely have it. There are certain things, however, that you can’t sell. The auction site has put a stop to things like organ sales after people were found to be selling livers and kidneys on the site. The site is now cracking down on a new …

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eBay Now Lets Users Get Items Within An Hour

eBay is testing a new same-day shipping service called eBay Now in San Francisco. Presumably, if successful, it will expand to more areas. Merchants in the test group (which includes Postmates, TaskRabbit and Uber) can reportedly offer the service to customers for $5. Owen Thomas at Business Insider has a step-by-step look at how it works, after making a purchase …

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Anonymous Announces #OpAnonTrademark In Retaliation To French eBay Store

Well, that didn’t take long. Earlier today, we brought you a story of how one French retailer had trademarked the Anonymous logo for his own use. He is using the faceless man logo and the slogan on a variety of t-shirts at the moment, but that could expand to other products. I guessed that it wouldn’t be long before Anonymous …

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Will Anonymous Allow Their Logo To Be Trademarked?

The Anonymous logo is one of the defining images of our generation. Whether you agree with them or not, Anonymous has had a profound impact on the Internet. That’s why it’s interesting that Anonymous hasn’t tried to monetize their image. Of course, it could be that a French online retailer beat them to it. Twitter user @asher_wolf spotted a trademark …

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Selling Soul on eBay: Woman Will Part With Hers for $2000

Selling souls on eBay is nothing new. During the auction websites’ earlier years, you could purchase objects like this all the time. In addition to souls, people would bid on everything from ghosts to haunted objects to demonic babydolls, though, in most cases, these auctions were yanked before anyone could get their grubby little hands on them. Once upon a …

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T3Media Allows You to Sell Your Original Photos and Videos online with Paya

Tese days everybody is looking for a way to make some extra cash. Some people have a yard sale or sell things on ebay. Others are looking for a more unique way to get paid. T3Media out of Denver is just putting the finishing touches on a new service they call Paya. Paya allows you to sell your original content …

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Ebay Stalls Efforts Forcing Tracking on Top-Rated Sellers

It was supposed to start June 20th, but Ebay is stalling on efforts to force top-rated sellers to monitor tracking time for at least 90% of their transactions. According to a release by Ebay’s vice president of seller development, sellers aren’t yet ready to implement tracking on a majority of their orders. Starting June 1st, they are giving sellers 30 …

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Kobe Bryant H-O-R-S-E eBay Auction Winner Goes Big

You might remember the Kobe Bryant eBay auction from May of this year (2012) where Bryant’s game-worn plastic face mask was offered. The winning bidder wound up paying $67,100 for the right to own the Lakers’ star’s Phantom of the Opera mask. Last week, another Kobe Bryant-based eBay auction went live, with the highest bidder winning an opportunity to play …

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Prototype iPad With Two Dock Connectors Sells For $10,200

In the weeks and months leading up to the unveiling of the original iPad in 2010, there were all sorts of rumors about what Apple’s tablet device: what it might look like, what sort of features it might have, how much it might cost, and so on. There were even rumors about what it might be called – iSlate was …

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Olympic Torches on eBay

Apparently the Olympics are more than just a time to show pride in one’s country. British Olympic torchbearers are selling the torches for a profit of up to $237,000 on eBay. 8,000 people were chosen to be torchbearers because of contributions to their communities, according to the AFP. The Olympic torch is a symbol of purity and is being turned …

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