July 16, 2009 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment There are a few websites that have made ecommerce what it is today. The first site, Paypal, revolutionized the way we transfer money online. It essentially protects credit cards and bank account numbers from getting out in the open by providing customers with an online account they can use instead. For example, instead of using your credit card to purchase something and giving that number to who you are paying, you simply transfer the money from your Paypal account, leaving you and your money protected. The next website is eBay. Thousands of people have started online companies simply through eBay. The eCommerce revolution continues today as well. There are hundreds of thousands of eCommerce sites, and they are getting quite technology driven. For instance, an article recently described a brand new website site that offered peer opinions about clothing. What you do is submit a photo of yourself and what type of fashion you like, and then other users will help you find fashion ideas that suit your personality and body type. I am sure the next crazy eCommerce idea is about to hit the technology news section any day, and then someone will improve on that idea the very next day.