Wednesday, August 23, 2006

The eBay store changes went into effect yesterday

And the sky didn't disappear. Fourth Daughter enjoyed her last day as a two-year-old. I went to the P.O. and avoided listing new inventory. I took Second Daughter to the pool and sat and read instead of suiting up; it's my preference that the child exert herself and get tired rather than the mama. I even listed a few store inventory items at the new price and my blood pressure did not rise. All in all a normal day. So there, eBay.
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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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5:04 PM  
Blogger Elaine Krieg Smith said...

That's interesting. I got the EXACT SAME comment on my bookseller blog.

I looked at the sales page he referred to, and this seller is claiming to make $60,000 a year selling common, used books (his photos show paperbacks) in his spare time! I emailed and asked to see his auctions, but haven't heard back yet.

Wouldn't that be a dream come true!?

I will sell his book all day long if he can prove results like that after only 2-1/2 years in the industry!

~ Elaine

6:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't like Ebay anymore. I am totally switching to free auction sites. I sold ebay books and cds worth $100 and guess how much was my listing fees? $37.00. They charge you now even if you don't sell your items and they charge you again for relisting your unsold items. Ebay sucks!!! I'm never selling anything from ebay again. What a rip off!

12:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't like Ebay anymore. I am totally switching to free auction sites. I sold ebay books and cds worth $100 and guess how much was my listing fees? $37.00. They charge you now even if you don't sell your items and they charge you again for relisting your unsold items. Ebay sucks!!! I'm never selling anything from ebay again. What a rip off!

12:48 AM  

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