Lee Mirabal with the news: Stories include the day the music died; new functionality for the eBay Motors mobile app; Homer and Marge Simpson lookalikes; and more. New-since-September President of eBay Marketplaces arrived early for his interview and was told that he is expected to fill Lorrie Norrington's big shoes. Griff told us that there is a new Tip for Sellers posted in the eBay Radio Group about the new way to easily print multiple shipping labels and a USPS SCAN form through eBay.
Lee's special guest co-star for the second hour of today's Ask Griff & Lee is Cindy Shebley: Top-rated Seller clovercity, an eBay Education Specialist and Certified Business Consultant, author of Easy Auction Photography and co-author of The eBay Marketing Bible, and leader of the Web Sellers Circle. Cindy and Lee dished listing #370533503514 for Lupe, Reston VA (hapachico). She was awarded 4.85 Tureens. Daphne, Austin TX (swclothiers), called to say that she was having a problem with slow-paying buyers for items won through Best Offer and wondered what she could do about it.
Lee Mirabal read the eBay Radio News: Stories included Boston Rob, American Idol, a garden fence bearing the image of Jesus, and a pet lizard who accidently got mailed in an eBay package. Lee apologized to people on the chat board for her running bit saying they were a little "crazy" (but quite a few people on the board responded that she was quite right about them being crazy! LOL). Griff announced that the long-awaited eBay Motors mobile app is now live.
Bev, Chicago IL, called to tell us about her bad experience with the new Selling Manager Pro; she dislikes the fact that the font is lighter and smaller. Cindy, AZ, known on eBay as teddibubbles, called to thank Griff and the chat room folks for helping her through some tough times. Rich, Streamwood IL, called to tell us about a buyer of his who asked that she not pay until May 4th, but she still received an Unpaid Item reminder from eBay. Douglas, Amarillo TX asked about eBay: On Location. Deborah, Rustin LA, said she sells paper goods and uses plastic sleeves.
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