Between last night and this morning so far, I have catalogued and put up for sale two boxes of audiobooks. I have two more to go, then everything my Dad gave me will be up and available. At least I will feel like I've accomplished something!
Tomorrow I'll probably get back to the Magic cards, but today will be another "Magic-free zone"!
On another note - I discovered today that if a buyer comes to my store from off-site (like with a link from this Blog) then (if I've added a special code to the URL), I get credited back a certain amount (~75%) of the Final Value Fee. How did I figure this out, you ask? Well I was reviewing my fee activity on my eBay account and saw a couple of entries for Store Referral Credit. "What is that?" I asked myself. So, off to eBay's help section, and a search for "Store Referral Credit".
Yes, this means I somehow got the credit even though the URLs on this Blog didn't have the proper code yet (I've gone back and edited them all now so that they do - so feel free to click and shop!
Just to give you an example, let me give you some numbers for the purchase I just mentioned. The gentleman in Canada bought an Ivory Tower and a Power Artifact (both from Antiquities) for $4.00 and $7.50, respectively. I was charged a Final Value Fee of $0.32 and $0.60 respectively for the two items (this is on top of the $0.03 fee each to list them in the store with the "Gallery" option). BUT, because he somehow came to the store from offsite, I was given a Store Referral Credit of $0.24 and $0.45 for the two, respectively. Very nice!