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EB-Update Issue #153 - October 23, 2005.

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Selling Tools for Mining Earth's Biggest Bookstore - Amazon

Greg Holden takes us on a tour of some tools for Amazon sellers. Automating your sales activity can free up your time and make you more efficient.

Year-End Tax Tips for Online Sellers

For sellers who run their operations as a business, this is a good time to think about things you can do now to help you when next April rolls around. Expert tax guru Barbara Weltman has some concrete suggestions, whether you had a good - or not so good - year.

Nabit: Bringing the Power of eBay to the Desktop

If you like desktop tools, you should read about Nabit. This free tool can help you track auctions and monitor your feedback, and Mark O'Neill shows how sellers can benefit as well.

Auction Software FAQ: Run Your Own Auctions

While most people are content to use existing online auction sites, some people want to have auctions on their own websites. In today's Auction Software FAQ column, Andy Geldman takes a look at some of the options available for do-it-yourselfers.

This and That: Online Auction Roundup

What can $25 buy you? How about a year of classified advertising on OTWA and AuctionBytes? Also in this week's This & That: win a set of collectibles books by Judith Miller; Check out these new sites and services - and MORE!

Collector's Corner: Cecil Aldin (1870-1935)

Today's Collector's Corner takes a look at Cecil Aldin, a popular artist who became famous for his watercolors and prints showing foxhunting scenes and animal portraits. Renee Visalli gives a background on the artist and on his highly collectible work.

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.