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EB-Update Issue #152 - October 09, 2005.

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D-Flector: Slick Pix for eBay Sellers on the Go

David Steiner takes a look at a new product designed to help online-auction sellers: The D-Flector. This product promises to help sellers take better photographs for their auction listings. Read more on the pros and cons of using the D-Flector.


Using Flickr to Host Your eBay and Online-Auction Photos

A free service from Yahoo can help you provide your shoppers with more photos. Mark O'Neill takes a look at how online sellers can use Flikr's photo-hosting service to help pitch their products.


The Bookologist Report: Amazon Policy Shakes Up Online-Bookselling Industry

Amazon has made a major policy decision that in effect bans book aggregators like Abe.com and Alibris from its site. Edith Reynolds stays on top of the bookselling industry in her role as Editor of The Bookologist. In today's column, The Bookologist Report, Edith takes a look at the developing story and what it means for online booksellers.


Auction Software FAQ: eBay Passwords and Third-Party Services

Andy Geldman tackles the questions many eBay and online-auction sellers want answered. In today's column, Andy addresses concerns about sharing eBay passwords with third-party services.


This and That: Online Auction Roundup

Tired of thinking up feedback comments? Here's a tool that does it for you; USPS testing new "Hold for Pickup" service; An array of auction fee calculators - all this and MORE in our This and That column!


Collector's Corner: Ocean Liner Memorabilia

In today's Collector's Corner, Michele Alice follows up last issue's article on airline memorabilia with a look at ocean liner collectibles. It's not just about the Titanic!


AuctionBytes Soundoff: Letters from Readers

In every issue, readers soundoff about issues important to them. From feedback to payment services, from increased fees to posting policies, AuctionBytes Soundoff gives you a chance to air your views.