Victoria, BC - July 31, 2007 – Terapeak, a member of the eBay Developer's Program and an eBay Certified Solution Provider, was today awarded with a Star Developer Award by eBay Germany for "Best Market Data Application". Terapeak was given the award in recognition of its positive impact on the German eBay selling community, which uses Terapeak's research tools to better compete on the eBay platform.
Terapeak's market research tool assists eBay sellers by providing statistics on the best time of day to sell, how to price items, the hottest products, how to pick a listing strategy, tips on using the best keywords and other research to help eBay sellers grow their businesses. Terapeak research offers eBay sales data from up to 90 days back from six different countries - U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, France and Australia - and shows category trends for up to two years prior. More than 10,000 eBay sellers have used Terapeak's market research services to grow their businesses, approximately 750 of whom are based in Germany.
"The annual eBay Star Developer Awards recognize developers for their outstanding accomplishments, awarding those who have shown the most innovative and creative use of the eBay platform, and commitment to making eBay an even better experience for us all," said Alexander Schwinn, Manager of the Developer's Program, eBay Germany. "Terapeak is a valued member of the eBay Developer's Program and an eBay Certified Service Provider, consistently delivering practical solutions for the eBay community, in Germany and in the U.S. We are pleased to recognize Terapeak with the eBay Star Developer Award for Best Market Data Application."
Terapeak partnered with German company B+L Marktdaten in November 2006 to launch Terapeak.de. B+L Marktdaten specializes in approved methodologies in research and provides data & information to large companies in Germany. "The eBay seller community in Germany has been delighted to have access to rich information & analytics, thanks to Terapeak's very user friendly service," says Martin Langen, CEO B+L Marktdaten.