I wondered how the site makes money. I don’t have a clear answer, but do have some guesses, like: they don’t make money.
The Finnish Language Lot finally sold, to an international buyser, and I’ve packed the books up for delivery. This article explains packing books to weather the international trip, and learn a little bit about Media Mail (formerly known as Book Rate).
Lots of Readers Digest magazines sell. If you look at the sold listings, there are over 100. The market has only 65 listings.
Here’s how I cleaned this grill pan.
Even when a Moen faucet has broken, you can clean the parts and reuse them if you replace it with the same faucet, or sell them as used parts. Continue reading “How to Clean the Parts and Fix the O-Ring Seals on a Moen Faucet”
Starting January 21, 2018, first class letters go up one cent, flat rate packages go up five cents. Those are retail prices. Ebay shippers used to get a 10% or more discount on shipping, but that is changing. Continue reading “New Postal Rates for 2018, Letters and Packages Increase”
I totally mispriced this item. I had three books, two of them Assembler Editor manuals, and this manual for Atari DOS 2. They all belong in the same category: Vintage Computing. The right way to list them was to use the DOS manual as bait. Continue reading “Listing Multiple Different Related Items in the Same Category”
I put together a short book about using Craigslist to give away stuff. It’s available on Kindle.
Ebay has a shipping option that can cause you to lose money.
It’s called the Large Envelope.
I put up a Facebook ad for an Ebay auction for a Buckethead CD. It eventually sold, but not because of the ad.