Ebay rolls out New Logo and Site Redesign

screenshot of Ebay website

(Best Syndication News) - Today, eBay rolled out a new logo, improved functionality, and revamped their look. The logo is simpler than their earlier design and there is a new feed to help shoppers browse the auction site better. The icons can now track status changes instantaneously.

EBay has been changing their website over that last few months to improve seller functions. They offered sellers up to 12 free images and required a higher resolution image in the listing. All listings will require a photo of the product being sold. Free shipping is easier to spot with a new bolder image. This should improve the shopping experience. The upgraded photos were part of the new overall improvement that was rolled out today.

The big feature that may help Ebay sales is the new feeds available on the homepage. The shopper can personalize their interests with a feed tailored to them. In order to do this, the user must first pick six different categories to create their own personalized feed. The results offer a graphic browsing experience that is similar to Pinterest.

By: Dave Reddy

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