Sellers on eBay can now easily look up statistics and pricing information on products and trends, for a fee. Last week the auction site launched eBay Marketplace Research.
Three subscription levels include a two-day Fast Pass for $2.99; a basic subscription for $9.99; and a pro-level subscription for $24.99.
Marketplace will serve high-volume power-sellers, but even casual sellers can invest in short-term access to get data on listing, bidding, and pricing trends. I’m not sure if there’s information that can’t be accessed by a diligent search of the site, but it is helpful info for a seller to have at his fingertips.
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