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  • eBay ambushes new homeowners with ads
  • eBay ambushes new homeowners with ads
    Tammy Strobel (2011) ©
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eBay ambushes new homeowners with ads

eBay has revealed that it knows when you’re buying your first house, and says it uses this information to boost sales in a number of relevant categories. But is this good PR for the company? While people do prefer relevant ads, they may not be happy with companies knowing all their moves.

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