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  • 1. D O N E B Y: S A H A R & H A N D R A
  • 2. HISTORY •The founder of eBay was : A French-born Iranian-American computer programmer Pierre Omidyar. •eBay was simply a side hobby for Omidyar until his internet service provider informed him he would need to upgrade to a business account due to the high volume of traffic to his website. The resulting price increase (from $30/month to $250) forced him to start charging those who used eBay, and was not met with any animosity. In fact it resulted in the hiring of Chris Agarpao as eBay's first employee to handle the number of checks coming in for fees. •the first selling item on Ebay was broken laser pointer for $14.83.
  • 3. EBAY LOGO Do you know the meaning of eBay logo? •Primary fun colors •Overlapping letters •B the capital letter
  • 4. AMAZON V.S EBAY 1. Amazon is an online store while eBay is an online auction site 2. Amazon owns and is responsible for all the items sold on their site while eBay does not own the things that are being sold or auctioned on its site 3. There is a chance of being scammed at eBay but not on Amazon 4. A great majority of the stuff being sold on Amazon is brand new while the stuff on eBay are usally used 5.Sellers and Buyers leave feedback for each other in eBay, Only buyers leave feedback for sellers in Amazon.
  • 5. PLATFORMS: • OS: Red Hat Enterprise 6.1 + CentOS. • Load Balancing: Apache Cassandra + DataStax Enterprise • Application Servers: IBM WebSphere Application Server + Java J2EE • Databases: Oracle + TeraData + Greenplum • Data Storage: Hadoop + Singularity • Task Queue: HBase + Apache. • Monitoring: Ganglia + nagios
  • 6. WHAT MAKES EBAY STANDS OUT ? Features: .1Social buttons on listings. .2The shopping cart .3eBay Instant Sale .4eBay Advanced Search .5Search criteria refinement. .6Products and reviews via the eBay catalog .7The eBay wish list .8Favorites .9Report item
  • 7. • WWW.EBAY.COM • EBay offers features that allow you to sell your items immediate, either with their “buy it now” feature in auctions, or in eBay Stores, or in their subsidiary Half.com FEATURES
  • 8. • Person to person • Easy access • Easy purchase • Rare, funny items • Cheap prices • Low advs. fees FUNCTIONS:
  • 9. PRESENTING YOU ITEMS:
  • 10. • Success stories. • five billion dollars in sales. • 19 million registered users. • 600,000 new items a day. • 2 million visitors everyday. ASSESSMENTS OF DIFFERENT SELLER ON EBAY:
  • 11. eBay is looking to partner with physical retailers to generate more sales online or by driving more foot traffic to their stores THE FUTURE OF EBAY:

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