Empower sellers and get out of the way!
Randy Smythe's musings on the world of ecommerce, social networking, Web 2.0, Google, Amazon, Buy.com,Yahoo, Squidoo, online marketing and still probably a lot of stuff about eBay.
Great post, Randy.A few months back I was talking to a Wall Street analyst about the problems of a DSR system that puts too fine a point on the ratings.I surmised that the difference between seller A, with DSR scores of 5, 5, 5 and 4.6, and Seller B, with scores of 5, 5, 5, and 4.3 may not even be statistically significant. Seller A is "advantaged" and Seller B might be kicked off eBay.I described a sense of vertigo pervading the seller community, as circumstances beyond sellers' control created huge fluctuations in their fortunes.His reply? "Welcome to my world."
wonder why i can see your recent blog entry "dilbert's look at ..." under IE but not firefox? Even after I refresh.
Cute post David.I definitely will say that the DSR rating system isn't perfect. However, I believe that it has indeed done a lot to clean out the bad sellers on eBay - leaving more room for honest-to-goodness, quality sellers to remain.Much like in the corporate world...the only thing certain is change.........we each have a choice to adapt or look for other ways of making a living.I wonder what the next "bump in the road" will be on eBay that can be related to a Dilbert comic?- The Auction Woman
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