December 9, 2009 in News from Our Companies

WorthPoint Extends Terapeak/eBay Deal

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Fresh on the heels of its mobile application launch, WorthPoint announced an important expansion of its partnership with Terapeak – the industry leader in eBay research and education. In addition to a data licensing agreement announced earlier this year, the two companies have teamed up to develop and market a powerful new tool for eBay users.

Called Terapeak Collectibles, this new application leverages the brands of both Terapeak and WorthPoint in providing unlimited access to WorthPoint’s Worthopedia – the premier online antiques and collectibles database consisting of detailed descriptions, images and realized prices for more than 50 million unique items.

WorthPoint eBay Application Screen Shot
WorthPoint eBay Application Screen Shot

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

Founded in 2007, WorthPoint is hitting its stride in 2009. Traffic is growing rapidly and recently, the company broke the Quantcast Top 1000 ranking. Worthpoint currently has 15 employees. The company expects to turn cash flow positive in early 2010 and more than double revenue next year.

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