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Classifieds search engine launched in Sweden

Classifieds search engine launched in Sweden

A new player has entered the Swedish classified-search market. Annonskartan ("classifieds map") was launched Oct. 2 by contractor Ted Valentin.

Annonskartan.se indexes more than 1.2 million local classifieds in Sweden, including listings from Blocket, Tradera and Eniro Köp & Sälj. The search results are displayed geo


Craig on the future of print, ‘Net, mobile

Craig on the future of print, ‘Net, mobile

Craigslist founder Craig Newmark says he believes that advertisers will use print increasingly less. "Print is going to become a luxury medium, but it will happen slowly. People were predicting paperless offices 20 years ago, and that hasn't happened."

His remarks are in a candid Q&A on Imedia Connection,


Governor Meg?

Governor Meg?

           For a while, even before she worked on the Romney campaign for U.S. president, people have been talking about former EBay CEO Meg Whitman as a potential politician. Now USA Today has

Yet another Craigslist wannabe

Yet another Craigslist wannabe

Here at Classified Intelligence, we have an acronym we use about once a week: "YACLW." It stands for "yet another Craigslist wannabe." Almost every week, we see another YACLW --- a site that thinks it's going to knock off Craigslist by offering free classifieds in one form or another. And always the developers have a reason they think they're better than Craigslist.


 


Tiffany appeals EBay ruling

Tiffany appeals EBay ruling

Tiffany & Co. has appealed a federal judge’s ruling letting EBay off the hook for knock-off Tiffany and other luxe items sold on the auction site.


Earlier this week, Tiffany took the case to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, arguing that EBay has a duty to better police the sale of fake goods on its site. EBay has argued that it’s taken adequate meas


Craigslist goes down on Sunday

Craigslist goes down on Sunday

Planning a Sunday morning brunch surfing Craigslist? Not this weekend. The Internet bulletin board experienced an outage Sunday morning of at least a couple hours that prevented users from accessing listings pages.

Instead of seeing housing or job listings, visitors to the site were greeted with a message that said, "Unable to p



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