08 January 2011 by Published in: Podcast Archives Tags:, , 4 comments

Martin & Reyne interview Will Seippel, the CEO of Worthpoint, the most active antique website in the world with 200,000 hits a day!

They talk about Worthpoint’s trilogy of websites including GoAntiques and PriceMiner.  Listen in to hear the amazing future plans of Worthpoint rolling out soon.

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  1. Sat 08th Jan 2011 at 10:22 pm

    I love the information put forth by Will. Informative and interesting. I turn to worthpoint.com all the time when I am looking for comparisons on items we are going to represent. A well thought out interview by Martin and Reyne. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Thu 13th Jan 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Very, very interesting interview. I am a subscriber to Worthpoint. I use it almost everyday. I do have a mild criticism. I’ve started a survey of my “look ups”. So far this year, 98% of the results are those from old eBay auctions. I hope the “new” enhancements on Worthpoint include a broader range of price results.

  3. Tom Carrier
    Fri 14th Jan 2011 at 2:47 am

    It is always a pleasure to hear Will talk about collections and collecting. Thank you for having Will as a guest.

    As one of the Worthologists for WorthPoint.com specializing in political, White House, and antique flags, I had a great time at Brimfield a couple of years ago just learning about antiques from Will. We just followed him with a camera and microphone from place to place and listened to his great, in depth knowledge on anything and everything that caught his fancy. See him on WorthPoint videos.

    Will has so much to talk about and so he missed the opportunity to talk about his evaluators, called Worthologists. Nearly 60 specialists in so many of the major collectible communities are available to talk with directly to evaluate an item you may have. Each Worthologist has at least 20 years of experience, have written on the subject, is considered a ‘guru’ within their specialty, and more than well versed on history, trends, and expertise that others rely on.

    From trivets, to flags, to Louis XV, to teapots, to, well, just about anything, say hello to your specialist by going on WorthPoint.com and click on Worthologist.

    Tom Carrier

  4. Mon 31st Jan 2011 at 3:17 pm

    I used priceminer for years for help researching values. I felt cheated and not a little disrespected as a customer when Priceminer stopped updating their source data, focused their efforts on lauching Worthpoint and didn’t bother to tell long time Priceminer users of the changes. Good for profits – bad for long term relationships IMHO.

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