Monday, March 14, 2005

LIFE AFTER EBAY

The one-week eBay boycott, according to the numbers, was a success. During that week in February, the number of listings dropped from 19,500,000 to 12,500,000.

About 12,000 eBay stores have closed and gone to other auction sites. You can find them at the following Auction Search Engines: www.moaas.com , www.bidhopper.com , www.bidfind.com ; and at the following Auction Sites: www.icell.biz , www.ioffer.com , www.bidchaser.com , www.eBuysUSA.com , www.oldandsoldantiques.com , www.overstock.com , www.bargainandhaggle.com , www.bidville.com , and www.livedeal.com . Before you go to eBay with your shopping list, try these sites first.

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