Post your For Sale posts here! (February)
Note that we have a new Marketplace that can be a great tool to sell your ornaments. The YuleLog Marketplace allows you to create your own shop and provide images, detailed pricing information, and descriptions for your items. We encourage sellers to post their shop links in this thread!
I will personally post your items if you send me a spreadsheet (and preferably images) of the items you want to post in your store. You will need to register a store on the Marketplace first. Contact me via email at YuleLogSean@gmail.com.
Click this link to be taken to the YuleLog Marketplace.
If you have questions about setting up your own shop, please contact me at YuleLogSean@gmail.com
Just click on the New Reply button and add a message! To email someone about a post, click on their name, select View Profile, and look for their eMail address. If you want people to be able to contact you, make sure you go to My Stuff, select My Profile and enter a public eMail address. You can't add new topics here, you must use the New Reply button to add a new message.
Once you have sold an item, edit your post and mark the item SOLD! This helps to let people know that selling on the YuleLog boards works! It also saves time for both seller and buyer by letting everyone know an item is no longer available.
On the Buy/Sell/Trade boards, please limit the size of your messages to about 40 lines. Years of feedback from board readers indicates that they don't want to see long, long lists.
Don't add lots of blank lines by hitting return if your ad is small. Don't post your entire inventory! Just share a few of your best deals and offer to eMail your full list!
Don't place several small posts. Combine them into one post of 40 lines or less.
Don't post the same (or similar) ad every day. The posts stay on the board for several days, so you don't need to put it back up every day.
You can edit your messages! Don't post your message again, if you make a mistake, just click on the edit icon and fix your mistake!
Don't post about bad traders. While you may have truly run into a bad trader, many, many, times it is an honest mistake or a shipping delay. So to prevent mistakes and to avoid liability issues, I ask that you not put this type of information on the YuleLog Bulletin Boards. There are other resources available if you have been a victim of fraud.