Today sees eBay Australia introduce changes to its site search that gives greater emphasis to eBay stores results (which include fixed-price goods rather than things you bid on). For bargain hunters, fixed-price stores items (which tend to come from professional operators) might not be much of a deal, but if you're wondering why your search results seem more voluminous, that's the most likely explanation. [eBay]
eBay Results Change As Stores Get New Focus
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