eBay has expanded into six new European markets by adding new sites in Russia, Czech Republic, Greece, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. Shoppers in these countries now have eBay sites that actually cater to their local needs. That accounts for about 180 million shoppers, according to the company.
"The good news for sellers is that these buyers will be directed to listings on eBay.co.uk which may help increase sales for businesses that offer international shipping," eBay says.
Google may soon find it necessary to send another plane full of lawyers across the Atlantic. European regulators have decided to take a closer look at the company’s business practices in response to three separate antitrust complaints.
As reliable and useful a marketing tool as email’s proven to be in the past, it’ll be better than ever in the future, according to one expert. The Director of eMarketing Education at ExactTarget explained during a session at OMS how things are changing and how marketers can continue to use email to their advantage.