Shenzhen, China (PressExposure) January 22, 2009 -- Shenzhen, Guangdong (Press exposure) January, 23, 2009 â Resellers looking for alternatives to eBay have just been given a lifeline by wholesale dropship company Chinavasion. The China dropship company has just published a list of more than 50 eBay alternatives where individuals and businesses can sell electronics and other goods.
There would not be a single person in the world who didn't know what eBay is. The ecommerce giant is synonymous with online auctions.
However, eBay powersellers and eBay traders have been less than impressed by eBay's recent shift from a seller-focused online auction to an instant sales portal with a more buyer-focused experience.
eBay's scrapping of seller feedback for buyers, the repeated increase in fees and the ban of digital item sales caused most of the ire.
Rose Li, the PR Manager for wholesale electronics supplier Chinavasion says it is this eBay trader dissatisfaction has resulted in the creation and increasing success of a number of eBay alternatives.
"Many of the online auction and ecommerce sites that have been launched in the last eight to nine years were created simply because a powerseller or a seller was tired of eBay and wanted to offer a better service," said Rose Li.
Many online auction sites, alternatives to eBay, and ecommerce listing sites have gained ground on eBay, particularly in local markets, as a result according to Chinavasion's Rose Li.
eBay alternative, Amazon, is one particularly noteworthy case.
According to online market research company, Comscore, Amazon had 7% more traffic in December 2008 than it did in the same period in 2009 while eBay's traffic tally fell by 4%.
Resellers appreciated the friendlier and more up front approach eBay auction alternative sites took to sellers and the more targeted audience base they created according to China wholesale supplier Chinavasion's Rose Li.
This is why wholesale dropship company Chinavasion had created the dynamic and free list of more than 50 eBay alternatives that resellers and ecommerce operators could use instead of the ecommerce giant.
âThere are more selling options available to resellers and ecommerce operators, Just as there are new products coming out of Chinaâ said Rose Li.
âChinavasion wants to open up these opportunities to resellers.â
Chinavasionâs Rose Li says there are numerous wholesale electronics and China wholesale product opportunities available to people operating a home business selling items on ecommerce sites now.
âAs drop shipping now comes directly from China, profits for home businesses are bigger,â said Rose Li. âThere are many new products with fewer competitors selling the same thing.â
The wider range of wholesale electronic products and the stronger range of alternatives to eBay made drop shipping an excellent method of supply chain management, according to Chinavasion's Rose Li.
Especially when home business operators teamed up with a company like Chinavasion. According to Ms Li the company's wholesale dropship service is especially suited to sites on the list as it gives users of the dropship service all the necessary information to put a listing onto the site with a minimum of fuss.
"Chinavasion provides customers with the products, descriptions, and blind drop-ship service, said Rose Li. "Now all resellers have to do is to go out to these sites and sell for profit."