While looking for a new car to buy – without much success – I looked further afield than the usual carsales.com.au and gumtree.com.au and found myself at tradingpost.com.au. Oh how they have gone down hill...
I know there are bugs in most (all?) of the websites I have developed, and I feel bad when I find a bug and wonder how long it's been there. But no matter how many bugs there are in your code, there's probably a worse website... Yahoo!
It's been a while since I posted one of my rants about eBay but there has been something annoying me for some time now. eBay have a feature where sellers can list multiple variations of an item, each with a different price.
After my bad experience with fiverr.com I decided to try my luck with freelancer.com. Freelancer.com offer a contest service where you create a project and open it up for people to submit their concepts or designs. Then you can award a winner.
I have setup Google’s Postini anti-spam service for a number of businesses over the last few years, and although it can be difficult (to say the least) to setup, its’ ability to prevent spam is the best I have seen.
Have you ever been interested in buying an item on eBay that is available as "Best Offer", where there is multiple quantities on offer and some already sold, and you want to see what the other people have paid?