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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Newbies... The Easy Way to Sell Stuff on eBay

I just cleaned out my attic and garage and found that I had a whole pile of stuff I needed to get rid of. I hated the idea of dumping this stuff out by the curb for the garbage collector to pick up, especially since some of these things still had plenty of useful life in them. I had an old mantle clock, some really nice picture frames, some empty suitcases, and a collection of movies I hadn't watched in ages. So rather than junk everything, I decided it was time to sell stuff on eBay.

I'd never really used an online auction site before but I figured it couldn't be too difficult to sell stuff on eBay, so I went over to the site and looked around a bit. No doubt there were plenty of people selling lots of similar items through the auction site, so I knew that I should be able to do so as well. I checked the various categories that eBay has for their listings, and I found that there are a vast number of sections where items can be posted for sale.

After poking around a while I decided that I was ready to get started. Just like many other sites on the Internet, an auction site like eBay is going to require you to set up an account and create a profile before you begin to take advantage of their service. So I decided I would create an account, and it only took me a few minutes to get my information entered and verified, and within no time at all I was ready to sell stuff on eBay.

Next, I had to create some listings for the items I wanted to sell. In order to make that a bit easier on myself, I did a search using eBay's simple search field and found people selling the same sorts of things I had to offer. After all, if I planned to sell stuff on eBay for the first time, I might as well take advantage of other people's experience and expertise, right? Within a half an hour I had found several auction listings that were similar to my own items, and I used these listings as a guide for creating mine. To me, that's a smart way to sell stuff on eBay: find out what works and duplicate it.

In the end, I found that it was pretty darned easy to sell stuff on eBay, and now that I've got the hang of it, I'll probably do it a lot more often. In a matter of a little over a week I sold all but one of those items from the attic and the garage, and I stand to pocket over $100 from things I would have otherwise put out by the curb for the trash collector. To my mind, that's a big win.

PRESENTED BY Massimo D'Amico: http://www.EarnWhateverYouWant.com

Monday, March 28, 2011

Engineered Stone: das Product fur nachhaltiges Bauen mit Stein!

A.St.A. Europe, the European Association of Engineered Stone Producers, will present an event in Berlin on the theme of Engineered Stone: das Product fur nachhaltiges Bauen mit Stein!

On 31st March 2011, at 10:30 a.m., at Italia Palace, on the corner of Unter den Linden – Charlottestrasse, the exhibit of a wide range of construction and furnishing products will take place, presented by the Associate Companies. 
Following the exposition, at 6:00 p.m., a technical seminar will be held to illustrate the properties of these products, followed by a round table on the theme of sustainable construction with Engineered Stones.
All of the most important companies in the sector have already adhered to the initiative. Remember that these companies, spread throughout nine countries in the Mediterranean area (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, Belgium, The Czech Republic, Romania, Israel and Turkey) market some 20 million square metres per year of products, representing over 95% of European production and almost 80% of the world production of Engineered Stones.Although they definitely represent a niche sector, Engineered Stones are extremely important. 

There are two primary fields of application: construction and furnishing, where a typical example is for kitchen or bathroom counters. There are also technical reasons for the success of engineered stones. In fact, they have generally superior performance with respect to natural stone, both in terms of physical and mechanical resistance, and this permits the use of small thicknesses. This is a winning trait, because it implies the possibility to reduce weights, making movement and installation easier and less costly. Additionally, they can be designed and manufactured cut to size, according to the specifications of the final user. In this sense, the term “Engineered Stones” seems to be truly appropriate to define this material.

The continuous research to ensure the sustainability of these materials in the construction sector and their consequently minimal environmental impact makes them particularly modern. The aspect of environmental sustainability of the product also has obvious practical implications. One of the reasons the European Association was created was to introduce the producers on the level of the European Economic Community, with concrete and precise answers concerning their environmental compatibility, because in future, the CE marking, in addition to guaranteeing the requirements of safety already emanated, must provide information concerning the environmental compatibility and sustainability of these materials.

Wedding Costs | Some considerations

From the blog of wedding in tuscany
A nice restaurant, or the place on earth you spent your best days together, a fabulous ring, a the wedding proposal… some tears of joy, happiness, tell all your friends you are getting married, post it on facebook, start dreaming of where to celebrate the wedding, who to invite, what to wear.
You start surfing the web for wedding gowns, buy magazines start inquiring ans your already married friends how much this or that costed them.. and you start making calculations about your budget and what you can afford.

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