This week we talk about how selling on eBay has given us the time to find out all the things that interest us. We do enjoy scavenging, researching, and learning to run our own businesses. But we also are learning about other things we love to do. We would never have this chance if we were working a full time job for someone else.
–The folks at FrugalWoods describe clearly the tyranny of the workweek schedule.
–Linda linked to a great article about a couple who decided to shrink their successful business so they had more time to live.
–eBay announced that they are doing away with their Traffic Reports for your store. That’s fne with us. They sucked anyway and didn’t work. Hopefully they’ll implement better stats like Google Analytics.
–Good conversation in the comments on building the best eBay storage in our home.
–Check out the Buyer Requirement Activity Log that shows who was blocked from buying one of your items because of self-imposed limits on your store.
If you want to do some hiking in the mountains, rent our Farmhouse. Meeting us is optional!
The Weekly Scavenger Numbers
Our Store Week April 26-May 2, 2015
- Total Items in Store: 3829
- Items Sold: 28
- Cost of Items Sold: $57
- Total Sales: $1,455.90
- Highest Price Sold: $199 (Vintage Levis Suede Coat)
- Average Price Sold: $51.96
- International Sales: 4 (3 GSP)
- Returns: 0
- Money Spent on New Inventory This Week: $40
- Number of items listed this week: 0