“eBay specials won’t raise sinking ship”

I’m hard-pressed to disagree with Daryle Lambert’s take on eBay’s latest salvo – too late – to it’s angered buyers.

Daryle posits, as several in the business have, that it’s the mid-level buyer that get’s hurt the most. eBay’s original attempt to please stockholders was it’s first mistake. Then it throws a piece of candy to a starving person and says it’s dinner.

Many readers have written and agreed with this stance, and many have said that eBay, because it’s eBay, will always have a palce. What alternative is there, right?