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eBay India introduces eBay Blogs and My World

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eBay India introduces eBay Blogs and My World

eBay India has introduced eBay Blogs and My World as its two new features. This array will enable its community members to express their personality and increase their engagement with each other.

Rajan Mehra, Country Manager, eBay India, said, “We introduced the My World and eBay Blogs features to enable the fast growing eBay community to interact and exchange views on a common platform. We hope this will facilitate interaction between trading partners that will amount to better understanding, higher satisfaction and greater transparency and connection within the eBay community.”

eBay Blogs will allow its community members to create their own personalised publication, while sellers can use the blogs to creatively promote their products and attract buyers.

Through the new profile page called eBay My World for its community, users who have been trading with each other for years together can give a face and personality to the eBay ID. The My World page supports eBay users and enables them to showcase their personality and interests by creating a special landing page, combining many of the features already available on eBay.

The users can also customise the look of one’s page, the layout and content through a variety of available features and modules.


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