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eBay's annual net revenue from 2004 to 2014 (in billion U.S. dollars)

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eBay's annual net revenue 2004-2014 The statistic shows the annual net revenue of eBay between 2004 and 2014. In 2012, the online auction and selling website's net revenue amounted to almost 14.07 billion US dollars and reached 16.05 billion US dollars in 2013.
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Ranked by visitors in the United States, eBay is one of the most popular retail sites, despite trailing behind rival e-commerce site Amazon. eBay originally served as an online auction and sales site where consumer to consumer sales in addition to more traditional business to consumer sales could be made. Now the site’s “Buy it Now” option offers a similar shopping experience to sites such as Amazon.

In 2010, the eBay’s annual net revenue was a little more than 9 billion U.S. dollars and by 2014, it was almost 18 billion U.S. dollars, nearly doubling its revenue in four years. However, Amazon’s revenue has been steadily increasing as well, and in 2014 the company’s net revenue was far greater than eBay’s at around 89 billion U.S. dollars. In 2014, the majority of eBay's revenues were generated through the marketplace segment with payments closely behind. Until July 2015, PayPal, a popular online payment platform and the most accepted digital payment method among North American retailers, was part of eBay, but they have since split and there are some concerns that it will slow or negatively affect eBay’s recent success.
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The statistic shows the annual net revenue of eBay between 2004 and 2014. In 2012, the online auction and selling website's net revenue amounted to almost 14.07 billion US dollars and reached 16.05 billion US dollars in 2013.
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Ranked by visitors in the United States, eBay is one of the most popular retail sites, despite trailing behind rival e-commerce site Amazon. eBay originally served as an online auction and sales site where consumer to consumer sales in addition to more traditional business to consumer sales could be made. Now the site’s “Buy it Now” option offers a similar shopping experience to sites such as Amazon.

In 2010, the eBay’s annual net revenue was a little more than 9 billion U.S. dollars and by 2014, it was almost 18 billion U.S. dollars, nearly doubling its revenue in four years. However, Amazon’s revenue has been steadily increasing as well, and in 2014 the company’s net revenue was far greater than eBay’s at around 89 billion U.S. dollars. In 2014, the majority of eBay's revenues were generated through the marketplace segment with payments closely behind. Until July 2015, PayPal, a popular online payment platform and the most accepted digital payment method among North American retailers, was part of eBay, but they have since split and there are some concerns that it will slow or negatively affect eBay’s recent success.
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Release date
January 2015
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2004 to 2014
Special properties
including PayPal
Supplementary notes
Data has been discontinued since PayPal split, current eBay annual revenue excluding PayPal available here.

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