It’s the 7 Link Challenge, a bit of fun from Problogger today, to highlight some old posts.
- Your first post: Try Gallery Plus for half price was my first on TameBay, though not my first blog post by a very long way.
- A post you enjoyed writing the most: Outlets, outlawed : what I’d do with eBay, part 1 (generally, the rantier the post, the more I’ve enjoyed writing it).
- A post which had a great discussion: Dear eBay, may I please get on with selling now.
- A post on someone else’s blog that you wish you’d written: Dan’s post Home Truths for eBay Sellers.
- Your most helpful post: hardly for me to say, but I was pretty pleased with Using voucher codes to bring shoppers to your website.
- A post with a title that you are proud of: it would be a bad pun one: Court talks scents in trademark case or maybe Watch theft whine of The Times.
- A post that you wish more people had read: It’s time to stop disputing unpaid items (specifically, I wish some people from eBay had read it).
- Your first post: eBay University – Exeter
- A post you enjoyed writing the most: Without a doubt it’s the post that Sue forbade me to write and Sue is still amazing.
- A post which had a great discussion: There’s nothing like a bit of PayPal bashing to get people interested (and eBay/PayPal eventually lost this fight).
- A post on someone else’s blog that you wish you’d written: Scot Wingo‘s same store sales posts always have lots of fun data to play with: I’d like that.
- Your most helpful post: Actually a series of three – Best Match Secrets Part 1: Getting found, Part 2: How products are sorted and Part 3: 5 Top Tips for Best Match
- A post with a title that you are proud of: Tazbar an eBay alternative is long since dead and buried, but I wish I’d used the text of the post itself as the title and the video is superb (For those that don’t know eBay had a “Whatever it is you can get it on eBay” campaign running at the time
- A post that you wish more people had read: How I increased my P&P DSR by 2 points Figuring out how to play the game and work with the changes eBay throw at us is a pain, but it’s the only way to survive