The auction site eBay is the latest to take aim at the internet’s most profitable and lucrative sites.
eBay has gone live with an automated bidding system that is designed to help the site compete with other platforms.
The auction platform is part of the Google News platform.
When the site goes online, people can choose between bidding on a variety of items from movies and books to cars, cars and furniture.
But the auction system is the first time a site has gone online to bid directly on items.
That means that the bidding on eBay will be done on a first-come, first-served basis.
eBay said the system was “not designed to give users a quick advantage or a quick cut.”
It will take a minimum of 15 minutes to set up an account and 10 minutes to complete a bid.
The system will automatically return the highest bid and will then give you an email when it has confirmed your bid.
There are two options for those who want to bid.
You can use the “send bid” button or you can pay to bid using PayPal.
Both will give you the chance to win more items.
The “buy” button, which is a direct link to a seller’s eBay account, gives you more control over the price of items you bid on.
There’s no limit on how many items you can buy or how much you can bid.
“We hope that the auctions of the future will allow people to buy or sell goods without having to wait in line,” said eBay chief executive John Donahoe in a statement.
“This new system will help make it easier for the average consumer to browse and buy more of their favourite products without waiting in line.”
The auction system was announced earlier this year.
Last month, eBay said it had received more than 20 million bids and had more than 11,000 verified listings for items.
“Today, eBay is rolling out its automated bidding capability to its eBay News platform, with the aim of bringing to life the excitement and excitement of online shopping and facilitating commerce across the internet,” Donaho said.
“For many years, the internet has been one of the most popular places to shop, and eBay is one of eBay’s biggest assets.
With the automated bidding, we’re able to make the auction experience even more enjoyable for the consumer.”