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XiangWuShuo launches merchant-end mini-program

XiangWuShuo launches merchant-end mini-program

China’s leading cashless used goods marketplace XiangWuShuo has launched a merchant-end mini-program, DuoXiangTao 多享淘. Merchants on the platform are now able to “cash out” their accumulated in-platform points (or “little red flowers”) in the form of another digital fiat currency – WeChat’s “red envelopes.” China’s first e-commerce law taking effect as of January 1, and has caused concern over how small-scale online merchants will be characterised with regards...

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Moldavian classified 999 updates its features

Moldavian classified 999 updates its features

Moldova’s No.1 general classified 999.md continues updating its features to make the platform more user-friendly. In February 2019, the classified added advanced republishing features and updated its chat. Introduction to the platform. Launched in 1999, 999.md has become the largest general classified in Moldova, with 6.8 million monthly visitors as on January 2019. So far, the platform is a part of Simpals Group. Republishing tool. 999.md...

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58.com app traffic jumps over CNY

58.com app traffic jumps over CNY

Chinese classifieds giant 58.com (NYSE: WUBA) is reporting a 33 percent jump in mobile traffic year-over-year during this year’s Chinese New Year festival, while newly registered users were up 25 percent year-over-year. 58.com is currently available to mobile users as an app, and via three mini-programs hosted on WeChat, Alipay and Baidu. The company launched its Baidu mini-program in late 2018. According to third-party analytics...

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Taobao app reinvention transforms use

Taobao app reinvention transforms use

The personalised feed recommendations that were added to the Taobao app in late 2018 are now generating more traffic than traditional search, parent company Alibaba Group Holdings (NYSE: BABA) has confirmed. MAUs across Alibaba’s c-to-c and b-to-c marketplaces, Taobao and Tmall, reached 699 million in December, a quarterly net increase of 33 million. The company’s upgrade to the Taobao app was cited as a key reason...

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EBay introduces new seller fines

EBay introduces new seller fines

EBay U.K. has announced a new fine for sellers who are deemed as selling items Significantly Not As Described (SNAD). The fine, introduced on Feb. 1, is 4 percent of the final fee for sellers who fall below a varying level, based on peer measurement.

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