Terapeak partners to launch Terapeak Collectibles

Posted by Rob Lewis

Victoria's Terapeak announced this week that they have expanded their partnerhsip with WorthPoint Corporation to develop and market a new tool for eBay users.

Called Terapeak Collectibles, the new application provides unlimited access to WorthPoint's Worthopedia, a premier online antiques and collectibles database consisting of detailed descriptions, images and realized prices for more than 50 million unique items. WorthPoint compiled this database from multiple sources including eBay, leading auction house listings, and online marketplaces.

eBay users who subscribe to the joint Terapeak-WorthPoint service will be able to instantly obtain sales/price record detail on any items of interest plus gain valuable insight from analytics that will allow them to fully monetize collectible assets.

The offering was developed specifically for the eBay Selling Manager Applications platform utilizing WorthPoint's rich content and Terapeak's delivery channel. It is available on a subscription basis to eBay members, and it may be extended to other Internet-based distribution points in the future.

Company:
Terapeak
Website:
http://www.terapeak.com
Location:
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

The Industry Leader for eBay Research Terapeak, an eBay Certified Provider, was founded in 2002 by brothers Anthony and Andrew Sukow while running their eBay Power Seller business. Terapeak quickly established itself as the industry leader for eBay Research by being the first to provide eBay seller, eBay category, eBay Motors Parts & Accessories, and eBay international research data. Terapeak also offers market... more


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Rob Lewis

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