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Fully Integrated with Ebay

eBay is The World's Online Marketplace with a global customer base of 233 million. Founded by Pierre Omidyar in 1995, eBay has created a powerful marketplace for the sale of goods and services by a passionate community of individuals and small businesses. eBay now has a global presence in 37 markets, including the United States.

As an early Internet enthusiast, Pierre knew that people needed a central location to buy and sell all kinds of items on a level playing field and to meet other users with similar interests. He started eBay to fulfill this need. At the time, Pierre's fiancée (now wife) was an avid Pez™ (sweet dispenser) collector. She was having trouble finding people to trade with, and Pierre thought eBay might be the answer to her problems.

On any given day, there are millions of items listed on eBay across thousands of diverse categories, including antiques, toys, books, computers, sports, photography and electronics, amongst many others.

Techwave Ecommerce saves your valuable time and resource by using Ebay Integration Module of Techwave Ecommerce.

The Techwave Ecommerce development team have experience in automating the following elements of eBay, second chance offers, submit products to be listed along with best offers, counter offers, reclamation of fees for any products unsold, retrieve current listings of eBay categories, retrieve high bid information, leave feedback about other users and display eBay listings on other websites.

We also offer eBay store designs where our designers will customise your eBay page so that it matches the branding on your ecommerce website to make the whole company look professional.

Why do you need both an ecommerce site and an eBay store?

There are many reasons why someone would want an ecommerce website that is integrated with an eBay store. If an eBay store becomes really popular with many visitors and transactions, they may want to expand the business and appeal to other markets but then, there are disadvantages of having just an eBay store site without getting it integrated with ready ecommerce solutions, as with just an eBay store, you are targeting just the eBay users with eBay or PayPal accounts and not every business that is interested in your product. An eBay store also doesn’t allow the freedom of adding functionality in the future in the same way that an ecommerce solution can do. By integrating both the stores into one solution, it gives you and your customer’s one place to find all of your products and services. In a way you get a more professional ecommerce solution which can show users that you are a legitimate business enterprise and have invested in a website with a distinct brand identity. It also brings together the features, functionality and target audience of both eBay and a professional ecommerce website.