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New eBay home page on tap, a widget you can use to market your listings and an affordable image hosting service. Plus, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz puts his World Series Benz on the auction block.
This week in eBay news, the company downgrades neutral feedback ratings to negatives, a refer-a-friend program debuts and a free shopping application for the iPhone is introduced.
The auction company updates its blog platform and changes its firearms policy. Plus, we review Garage Sale, the new application that lets you sell on Facebook.
This week eBay boosts insurance for PowerSellers who get bilked and updates Item Specifics features. Plus, we offer shipping tips and demystify some jargon.
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This week in eBay news are policy changes regarding how diamonds and jewelry are described in listings as well as two new digital cameras that have YouTube and eBay modes as standard features.
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