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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
I guess my eBay hiatus is over.Posted Sunday, March 1, 2009, at 5:42 PM
Those who now my involvement with eBay have probably wondered where I have been on this subject recently. I tried to keep my attitude positive during all the changes, but when it finally got to be too much, I took a break.
Debbi kept plodding along and with only one of us listing about 5-6 items a day we kept our sales acceptable but eBay seems to be trying to make up for all their anti-seller initiatives and it is time for me to 'get over it'. Classes will start again and I will start listing again.
This past week eBay announced new categories that they will extend free photos. Collectibles, Antiques, Art, and Pottery & Glass are now in the group and you can add as many individual, Picture Pack, and Gallery Plus photos as you want. IN fact, it apparently took place on February 18th, but I missed the memo. It is not supposed to be temporary, so 'post'em if you got'em.
eBay has also added two new ways for buyers to pay for their purchases. Moneybookers and Paymate are the approved payment methods but when I clicked on the links to learn more, the pages locked up. Could be me, but...
And now.... I have to start holding my end of entering the listings.
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