Griff and Lee were surprised in studio by Devin Wenig, President of eBay Marketplaces, and Andrew Rechtman Project Strategy, Paypal, AU. Tommy, Houston TX (tlg65) asked if Griff still thinks that 99¢ is the best price at which to start an auction, Judy, Chicago IL (mahjonggwoman), called regarding duplicate listings. Ken, Grants Pass OR (onanysunday) called regarding a challenge with eBay Motors.
EBay Inc. CEO John Donahoe and President of eBay Global Marketplaces Devin Wenig stopped by to talk with Griff and Lee for two segments and also took calls from the audience! Conference attendee Louise Sanchez, known on eBay as herbscraftsgifts, gave John and Devin grains of rice with EOL 12 Denver written on them. Another conference attendee, Jason T. Smith, known on eBay as tikipugmusic, took to the microphone with a question for John and Devin. Conference attendee Lori Dolezal, known on eBay as hothollywooddesignz, had a question about a challenge she is having with eBay Mobile.
New President of eBay Marketplaces Devin Wenig stayed with Griff and Lee to take calls. EBay Radio's international correspondent, Chris Dawson of Tamebay (http://www.tamebay.com), called with a report on the state of eBay overseas. Heidi, Los Angeles CA (caspian_jewelry), called to ask how to get selling limits on designer pieces reviewed and possibly lifted.. Joyce, Russell KS (danse), called to welcome Devin on behalf of the community, especially those on the eBay Radio Chat Board.
Lee Mirabal with the news: Stories include the day the music died; new functionality for the eBay Motors mobile app; Homer and Marge Simpson lookalikes; and more. New-since-September President of eBay Marketplaces arrived early for his interview and was told that he is expected to fill Lorrie Norrington's big shoes. Griff told us that there is a new Tip for Sellers posted in the eBay Radio Group about the new way to easily print multiple shipping labels and a USPS SCAN form through eBay.
The new President of eBay Marketplaces answers your questions! Our guest is Devin Wenig, President of eBay Marketplaces.