Taking Back eBay: Promoting Your Listings

In an attempt to take back eBay as a good place to find hand made, artist and collective sold goods, I’m going to make a few posts on how to promote your eBay listings.  There’s plenty out there already, but much of it is outdated and/or geared for high volume sellers.  My posts are going […]

eBay Losing Artists, Gaining Sweatshops

As a long time eBay shopper and seller, it pains me to say that artists and makers of hand made crafts are leaving eBay in droves.  Some aren’t even giving it a chance.  The reason is the fees and the competition with mass produced goods. I personally still like eBay for some things.  I’m able […]

WordPress.com Is Malfunctioning

It’s not completely down, but it’s malfuctioning.  I don’t know why it is, and can’t find any news on it yet.  If anyone knows what happened, feel free to comment. In the meantime, I’ve been considering possible solutions.  WordPress.com and other large, high traffic sites are often targets for spammers and other nasties that less […]

Universal Class Affiliate Program

One of the sites where I teach online courses now has a great affiliate program.  If you have an educational or information site, you want to get in on Universal Class. They review their affiliates before accepting, and have a limit of how many they will allow.  So get there and sign up now, while there […]

Amazon.com Drops Colorado

Because of new laws that require that purchases made through affiliates who reside in Colorado have to include sales tax, Amazon.com has deactivated their affiliates from that state.  So now, Colorado joins North Carolina and Rhode Island on what’s basically an affiliate blacklist. This means a massive loss of income for many webmasters unless they […]