How bids can boost brands

Murphy, David
July 2000
Marketing (00253650);7/27/2000, p31
Trade Publication
Examines the marketing potential of online auctions in Great Britain. Growth seen by online auction sites in Britain; Top selling items online; Notable auction sites operating as of July 2000; Lessons presented by online auctions for advertisers and marketers.


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