Safety concerns over websites selling prescription drugs

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U.S. Lifts Ban on Suppliers Selling to ZTE

ZTE can resume business with its U.S. suppliers, the Commerce Department said, after the Chinese telecom giant met the conditions of a deal President Trump made to save the company.
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Emma’s Diary faces fine for selling new mums’ data to Labour

UK’s data watchdog plans to fine the owner of the Emma’s Diary baby advice and gift service £140,000.
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Disney Is Now Selling ‘Grown-Ups’ Lemonade’ and Chocolate Bacon Pastries in Toy Story Land

Disney is giving lunch box food a big upgrade — along with one major adult overhaul.

At Toy Story Land, the new addition to Disney’s Hollywood Studios that opens in Orlando on June 30, visitors are popped into the backyard of Toy Story‘s star kid, Andy. And although the surroundings are designed to channel your inner child — why yes, that is a Cootie bug the size of a car —  the food is surprisingly grownup.

Woody’s Lunch Box, the land’s new quick-service restaurant, features a menu of comfort classics — and a new alcoholic drink, “Grown-Ups’ Lemonade,” made with Three Olives Cherry Vodka. (Disney has recently expanded its alcoholic beverage offerings at Magic Kingdom too.)

When it comes to the food, which includes brisket sandwiches, grilled cheese, loaded tater tots and scratch pastry tarts, “the inspiration is everything we wished our moms put in our lunch box,” says Robert Adams, culinary director for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

But it’s not your mom’s grilled cheese. (Unless your mom included Cotswold cheese.)

“It’s a three-cheese grilled sandwich including Cotswold that’s luscious, gooey and decadent,” says Adams.

The pastry tarts come in two varieties: raspberry and chocolate hazelnut with candied bacon. And for early risers, there’s a breakfast menu featuring a s’mores sandwich made with griddled French toast, chocolate ganache and marshmallow and coated with graham cracker crumbs.

Another new touch: kids can get smaller-sized portions of the adult items, rather than the usual chicken fingers and hot dog options.


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New York investigates company accused of selling fake Twitter followers

It comes after a report traces links between a company, millions of bots and various celebrities.
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Apple Changes Business of Selling Your Browsing Data

Online advertising is under siege by privacy campaigns run separately by Apple and European regulators. The long-term solution may be for sites to be more explicit about how they make money from customer data.
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Will Smith’s Family Is Selling Their Clothes for Hurricane Relief

ESC: Willow Smith, Will Smith How would you feel if we told you that you can buy clothes from the closets of Jada Pinkett-Smith, Will Smith or their incredibly fashionable children, Willow and Jaden?
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A$AP Rocky Opens New York-Style Bodega at Selfridges Selling Krispy Kremes and Slogan T-shirts

HIS FAVORITE THINGS: A$ AP Rocky is no stranger to fashion, having appeared in campaigns for brands ranging from Dior to Zalando and designing capsule collections for Guess. For his latest project, he’s moved into retail with a pop-up at Selfridges that’s been designed to resemble a New York-style bodega.
The musician, a loyal customer of the Oxford Street store, wanted to re-create the bodega experience in his native New York — still one of his favorite cities — so he put together a patchwork of his favorite things, ranging from doughnuts to hoodies.
“Rocky was born and raised in New York, where you’ll find bodegas on every block,” said Matthew Henson, fashion director of the musician’s creative collective, AWGE. “We felt like this was an experience that was only happening in New York City. I mean, there’s small one-stop shops elsewhere, but there’s nothing like a full bodega experience. So we took some of his favorite items and things he’s always wanted to make, and opened up the shop in London, which is one of his favorite cities.”

A$ AP Rocky opens the AWGE Bodega at Selfridges. 
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The space, dubbed “AWGE Bodega,”is located in a hidden corner of the store’s lower ground floor. It

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Colonel Chic: KFC Clothing Already Selling Out

COLONEL SANDERS CHIC: KFC’s fast-food fashion is selling like hot cakes. A day after the chain unveiled its online shop offering fried-chicken themed apparel, accessories and other limited-edition items, a third of the products have sold out.
Much like Starbuck’s vastly successful unicorn frappuccino, “www.kfclimited.com” seems to have been designed with the Instagram-obsessed generation in mind. Customers can order Colonel Sanders shirts, jewelry, pocket squares, lapel pins even a KFC pillow. The company web site teased: “Dance like no one’s watching. Sing like no one’s listening. Dress like you haven’t eaten lunch yet.”
Among the eclectic mix of merchandise is even a $ 20,000, 400-year-old meteorite in the shape of a Zinger sandwich.
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“KFC and Colonel Sanders have been American pop-culture icons for more than 70 years,” Steve Kelly, KFC U.S. director of media and digital said. “Our fans were craving a way to embrace the fried chicken lifestyle, and KFC Ltd. gives them the opportunity to let their colonel flag fly.”
The brand simultaneously revealed a new KFC-branded mobile phone for the Chinese market in collaboration with Huawei.
The Louisville, Ky.-headquartered company has a penchant for creative brand extensions. In 2015, the brand recruited London men’s wear designer Katie Eary to create a collection

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DJ Khaled’s Selling His Clothes for a Good Cause

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Paper Crown, Randa Selling Men’s Ties in Women’s Dress Area

It’s no secret that the men’s neckwear business has been struggling in recent years. But Randa, the category’s largest manufacturer, is not about to roll over and play dead.
Instead, it has teamed with Paper Crown, a popular women’s collection founded by Lauren Conrad and Maura McManus, to create a line of neckwear and accessories to complement the collection’s flirty, feminine styles.
The line has launched exclusively at Lord & Taylor and in an unconventional twist, is being sold in the women’s dress department rather than in the men’s department. The men’s ties, pocket squares and jewelry are being targeted to brides to pick up for the groomsmen in their weddings.
Paper Crown, which launched in 2011, is known for its romantic dresses, feminine blouses and tailored basics, and also offers a popular collection of bridesmaids dresses.
“We know from our research that more neckwear purchases are driven by occasions,” said Heath Golden, president of Randa’s neckwear and jewelry division. “And that the woman makes a lot of the buying decisions.”
Richard Carroll, Randa’s senior vice president of marketing and creative director, added: “Doing things differently is how we’re going to survive.”
Carroll said Paper Crown has developed a loyal following with its “best in class” wedding

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WTH Is Zara Selling a Skirt Featuring a Pepe the Frog Look-alike?

Zara is under fire for selling a denim skirt with what looks to be Pepe the Frog designs embroidered on it, after Pepe was denounced as a hate symbol.
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Girl Scout Writes Hilariously Honest Reviews For Cookies She’s Selling

Sixth-grader Charlotte McCourt is nothing if not an honest saleswoman.

While selling Girl Scout cookies, the 11-year-old from South Orange, New Jersey emailed some hilariously honest “reviews” of the products to one of her potential buyers. Charlotte’s dad, Sean McCourt, shared the email with television personality Mike Rowe, whose podcast he produces. 

Rowe loved the little girl’s brutal honesty and read the letter out loud for his fans on Facebook.

As Rowe explains in the video, the letter came about after Sean mentioned to Charlotte that his best friend from high school is “very rich.” The enterprising little girl took it upon herself to email the friend to ask if he’d like to buy some cookies or donate a few boxes to men and women serving in the military. 

In her pitch, Charlotte noted that she feels the Girl Scouts organization sometimes use “false advertising” to sell cookies. For the sake of being honest with her clients, she reviewed each type of cookie and assigned ratings on a scale of one to 10.

Though Charlotte praised the “inspired” flavor combination in Thin Mints and the Savannah Smiles “divine taste,” she dismissed Do-si-dos for their “unoriginality” and “blandness” and said Trefoils were “kind of boring.”

In her most scathing review, she wrote that the Toffee-tastic “is a bleak, flavorless gluten-free wasteland. I’m telling you, it is flavorless as dirt.”

Still, the little girl cautioned, “These ratings are only my opinion. Yours may vary.”

Rowe shared a link to Charlotte’s cookie-selling website with his video, which reached over eight million views. 

Following Rowe’s shout-out, Charlotte’s sales skyrocketed, and she quickly surpassed her goal to sell 300 boxes. As of Jan. 27, she’d sold over 11,000.

She sent Rowe a video message updating him on her progress and thanking him and everyone who bought cookies.

As Charlotte noted in her initial email, she’s a member of Troop 22918, “a minuscule but mighty troop of five people.”

With cookie sales like those, “mighty” is certainly accurate.

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Sephora Is Selling An Eyeshadow Named ‘Druggie’. Seriously.

There are moments when it’s important to marshal as much evidence as possible to back up an argument. And then there are moments like this.

Sephora is selling a new shade of eyeshadow called “Druggie. 

The company describes the shade as “metallic purple with violet shift,” and it is part of Urban Decay’s “Afterdark” eyeshadow palette. Now, we get that fashion is an art form, even in a globally commodified context, and far be it for us to stomp on creative expression.

But by the time you have finished reading this article, it’s likely that somebody in the United States will have died of an opioid overdose. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 500 people, many of them young, are dying every week. Every 15 minutes, a new dead body is turning up in an emergency room, making orphans of children, breaking the hearts of parents and grandparents, the scourge of an entire generation.

Responding to complaints, Sephora has apologized but has not said it will drop the name. “We deeply apologize to anyone who was offended by the name of this shade. Please DM us for more information,” the company tweeted Friday in reply to a protest.

When reached by The Huffington Post, Sephora had this to say: “We deeply apologize to anyone who was offended by the name of this shade. We would never seek to do that. The shade was in a limited edition palette and was not planned to be re-ordered.”

HuffPost has reached out to Urban Decay and is awaiting comment.

Ryan Hampton, a recovery advocate for Facing Addiction told HuffPost that, while the apology is “a step in the right direction, Sephora clearly needs an education on substance use disorders. The recovery community is standing at the ready, and it’s our hope that their CEO not only pulls this product immediately but joins the national fight to face addiction.”

Still, Urban Decay’s ‘Druggie’ eyeshadow points out a big problem in the fashion and beauty industries, which have long histories of glamorizing addiction, even in the midst of the nation’s drug epidemic.

Hampton told HuffPost that Sephora said it would be meeting next week to decide how to handle the situation.

In the meantime, here’s a petition to help nudge them in the right direction.

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With over 80 million registered eBay users in the English speaking countries, consumers are empowered to buy just about anything at a price that’s fair. And millions have used eBay to either sell some of the stuff lying around the house, or they make a living utilizing this unique online flea market. The two latest additions to the 20 Questions series break the subject of “eBaying” down into two distinct books for two distinct audiences: eBay buyers and eBay sellers. And if readers were to buy both books, they’d have the complete information on how eBay works and how they could make it work for them. 20 Questions To Ask Before Selling on eBay is designed to take anyone through the steps to sell successfully and profitably. Beginning with how to set up an eBay business and organizing it for success, the book proceeds through how to choose the best products, how to design an attractive and effective listing, getting paid, automating auctions, customer service, and more. Both 20 Questions eBay books take readers step-by-step through the process, each chapter building on the information taught. The books are written as a fresh and lively narrative, with plenty of bullets, checklists and useful advice learned from the authors’ experiences. It’s all the information both buyers and sellers need to not only get started, but to do eBay their way! Companion Volume 20 Questions to Ask Before Buying on eBay (ISBN 1-56414-847-5) Lissa McGrath has worked as the assistant to Ski
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Carolina Herrera to Start Selling Bridal in London at Moda Operandi

For the first time, Carolina Herrera will be selling her wedding gowns in the U.K. through a new partnership with Moda Operandi.
From Nov. 25 to 28, a Carolina Herrera Bridal trunk show will be held at Moda Operandi’s London store in Belgravia. Shoppers will be the first to pre-order gowns from the fall 2016 collection. The alliance is in step with the American designer company’s focus on expanded global distribution. The three-day event will mark the first time Moda Operandi has gotten into bridal in such a major way.
Brides-to-be will find fluid silhouettes with embellished intricate lace scallop necklines and a bodice that appears to have a panted motif due to crystals and hand-placed lace on organza. Other styles feature chantilly and guipure lace appliqués on tulle, and sheer layers and pleats. For fall, there is also a palette of blush tones and nudes.
Since she launched her bridal collection in 1987, Herrera has dressed a range of well-known brides including, recently, model Hilary Rhoda, who wed former New York Ranger Sean Avery last month. Olivia Palermo wore a Carolina Herrera ensemble for her wedding last year. Many fans of the designer know her wedding gowns from Kristin Stewart’s “Bella Swan”

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Japanese Restaurant Selling Poo-Flavored Curry

If there ever was a restaurant destined to get crappy reviews, its Curry Shop Shimizu.

The Tokyo-based eatery opened earlier this month with the house specialty being “poo-flavored curry.”

To be fair, the dish doesn’t contain any actual poop, just natural ingredients like green tea, bitter gourd and cocoa powder that, when combined, looks and tastes similar to human defecation, OddityCentral.com reports.

To enhance the illusion, the caca curry is served in a porcelain bowl meant to resemble a bedpan — bottoms up!

 The poo-flavored curry is the brainchild of executive chef Ken Shimizu, who designed the defecation dish to remind people of his other line of work: As a male porn actor who has eaten feces in some of his filmsSo , according to Kotaku.com.

None of the Japanese publications reporting on the poo curry have actually said if it tastes like, er, crap.

But even if the food is better than it looks, sounds or smells, Curry Shop Shimizu will have an uphill battle convincing consumers to have a bite of bile.

The restaurant’s own market research suggests that 85 percent of people would never go, based on the description of the food, according to RocketNews24.com.

That doesn’t mean poop doesn’t have a place at the restaurant table.

Toilet-themed restaurants where guests sit on toilets and eat non-poop-flavored dishes out of bedpans are popular all over Asia, and starting to get a foothold in America.

In October 2013, the Magic Restroom Cafe opened in the City of Industry, California, where it sells appetizing menu items like “golden poop rice,” a “black poop” chocolate sundae, “smells-like-poop” (braised pork over rice),” and “bloody number two” (vanilla-strawberry sundae).

 

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Victoria Beckham is Selling Some of Harper’s Clothes

Victoria Beckham went through daughter Harper‘s closet to pick 25 full outfits that will be sold next weekend to benefit Save the Children, reports Grazia.

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As a Beckham, Harper’s guaranteed to have a chic closet and this lot proves the point (think Marc Jacobs, Chloé, Gucci, and more). Since the little outfits come pre-paired and styled, here’s an interesting opportunity to see how VB puts clothes together. The clothing is all tot-sized, of course, but there’s a grown-up lesson to be found in the sophisticated combos.

It’s not the first time Posh has purged closets for charity—she donated 600 of her own pieces last summer, though she was sure to set aside some items with nostalgia value for Harper. The upcoming June sale, held in London’s Primrose Hill neighborhood, will feature some items from another Spice Girl offspring as well. Mel C. (Sporty!) donated some pieces as well.

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Answers to Every Question You’ve Ever Had About Buying and Selling Fashion on eBay

When it comes to scoring amazing deals on designer pieces or tracking down something specific you love (like that pair of heels you loved two years ago, but never actually made the move to buy), there’s nothing better than eBay. Even so, the amount of shoppers who are skeptical, confused, or downright scared of it is way too high, a big bummer since the fashion is major on the site.

“It’s grown to a $ 15 billion-a-year business,” Marcelle Parrish, head of fashion at eBay Marketplaces, told us, with shoes and bags proving to be especially popular (a pair of shoes sells every two seconds and a purse every five; on mobile, the numbers are seven and 11 seconds, respectively.) Within the North American market, there’s an average of 34 million listings per week across all fashion categories; the most popular women’s brands are Coach, Diane von Furstenberg, Missoni, and Valentino.

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For newbies nervous about winding up with a counterfeit, hear this: You have no reason to freak out. “Nothing is more important than the trust of our customers. When you buy or sell, we have your back,” eBay’s vice president of Global Trust, Laura Chambers, said. The site’s Money Back Guarantee is a well-seasoned system where shoppers register a complaint and eBay assists in a negotiation of sorts. The majority of sellers will do a return and refund, even if the option was marked as not available on the original listing, and if things get cantankerous, eBay steps in. Bottom line: You’ll never be stuck with the world’s worst fake and be out a few hundred bucks.

Tips and Tricks for Buying on eBay

1. Search Smartly
Start with the obvious keywords, and take advantage of filters available on the left-hand side of the page to wade through a large amount of matching listings. Griff Griffith, part of the community and education team at eBay, suggested further customizing the results you see by re-sorting by price once you have the general search right.

2. Pay Attention to the Little Clues
As diligent as the site tries to be, there are fakes posted. The easiest way to avoid buying something fake is to pay attention to any red flags. Is the price way too good to be true? Are pictures scant or badly out-of-focus? Is something just a little off, whether hardware wrapped in plastic or a logo that just doesn’t seem right? If you feel iffy about it, listen to your gut. Also to check: For shoes, is there a full range of sizes listed? If a seller in China has every single size of Isabel Marant ankle boots available, something’s fishy.

3. Check Out the Seller
EBay’s format includes feedback that gives you a snapshot of who you’re buying from. A brand-new account with no reviews or previous sales but a crazy cache of Chanel bags listed? It could be legit…or not. Click through to see the other items a seller has for sale for a good feel if you’re browsing the wares of a thirtysomething fashion fiend who’s cleaning out her closet or someone with a single fashion item that looks glaringly out of place alongside nonrelated items like tech gadgets or game consoles.

4. Do Your Homework
Before shopping a designer bag, some due diligence is in order. Know different brands’ hallmarks of authenticity (we covered Chanel, Balenciaga, Celine, and more); eBay has a robust section dedicated to educating shoppers too.

5. Now, Actually Start Bidding
Decide your top price before things get going to avoid being swept up in the excitement. You can enter your max bid off the bat, and eBay will automatically increase your offer as other shoppers join in. If you’re more into watching the shopping action as it unfolds, download the app and get your clicking finger ready (a lot of bids come in during the last five or 10 minutes of an auction). If you win, pay promptly.

Tips and Tricks for Selling on eBay

1.Write a Lengthy Description and Use Lots of Details
Imagine what you’d want as a shopper and give your prospective buyers that. The more information the better, as it’ll instill confidence in you and answer any questions they might think of. EBay has fields for all sort of characteristics, including specific measurements and materials; take advantage of those areas and answer.

2. Your Item Title Should Be Keyword-Rich
Shoppers are typically super specific, so beefing up your headline will help to get more potential buyers. Use the brand name (and make sure it’s spelled correctly), but also include the size, material, color, and a style name if relevant.

3. Take Good Pictures (and Lots of Them)
Pictures can make a huge difference whether your item sells, so add as many as you can to your listing. Take the general shot, but also zoom in on hardware, embellishments, and any tears, scratches, or discolored areas. Consider angles that will also reveal something additional about whatever you’re selling, whether it’s hanging it from a doorknob or adding a common item in for size relevance (think a dollar bill, a water bottle, etc).

4. Start Your Listing on These Days
Per eBay, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday are the best days to post items. (We’ve already heard that Tuesday is also the best day to shop online).

5. Be Realistic About Pricing
Setting your item at a too-high price is a sure way to never sell it. Consider how much you paid for it and what similar items are being sold for. Certain designer items will hold their value really well (a lot of designer handbags, jewelry), while other pieces decrease drastically as soon as you remove the tags.

6. Consider Offering Free Shipping
Plenty of serious sellers we’ve chatted with have encouraged offering the incentive. “Shipping items fast and free is one of the keys to being a successful seller on eBay,” Linda Lightman, CEO of top eBay shop Linda’s Stuff offered as a suggestion. When you purchase and print potage through eBay’s portal, you’ll also save on the prices the local post office would charge you (you can simply tape the label to your package).

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How These Women Are Making $30,000+ Selling Used Clothes

Carrie Bradshaw‘s classic quip about liking her money where she can see it (hanging right in her closet) might have been said with a hint of sarcasm, but there’s actually some truth behind it. Ever since the first rummage sale back in the 1800s (organized by shipyards clearing out unclaimed cargo), people have loved selling their used stuff. It got way easier with the advent of the Internet, and now you can download a half dozen different apps to list last season’s buys all while having a glass of pinot grigio from the comfort of your own couch. You’ve heard of eBay, ShopHers, The Real Real, and other resale companies, but how about Threadflip, the latest site where its power sellers are making bank—like annual-salary-level cash.

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These are the sort of items and brands that do well on resale sites, all available new at Nordstrom.

“Selling stuff has definitely affected my shopping. I take resale value into consideration when making a purchase,” explained Mariam M., a 27-year-old boutique owner in Scottsdale, Arizona, who’s pocketed nearly $ 35,000 from Threadflip. “I try not to spend on trendy pieces but put my money toward wardrobe staples and investment pieces that I can resell should I get tired of them.” Mariam grew up with an aunt who owned a consignment store. The boutique owner sold on eBay before moving over to Threadflip, which she prefers because of the social aspect (you can heart items, leave comments, and see whose closet you’re shopping). And while plenty of her listings are her own pieces, she said she also hits up sample sales to find stuff she plans on reselling from the get-go.

Tiffany S. has made about $ 44,000 on Threadflip since signing up and says she intends to double that this year (she also sells on four other sites). “I sell high- and low-end, and I share, list, pack, ship, and handle the money. I’m a full-fledged, tax-reporting LLC because I’ve made so much money. The opportunity to make six figures is there,” the 37-year-old stay-at-home North Carolina mom said. “The items I’m selling are mine. I do not shop thrift, my inventory is not from Goodwill. I buy it, and I buy myself a lot. I sell when I get bored.”

Power sellers also pay attention to timing, much like a traditional store would. “I sell certain items depending on the season, and I’ll hold items until I feel it will sell, usually prior to major holidays,” shared Caroline G., a 51-year-old former IT pro who now stays at home with her kids and sells items on three different resale sites. She’s made about $ 34,000 on Threadflip so far. “I’ve been in the game for 20-plus years and would put stuff in consignment stores but found it took a long time to sell, if at all.” She moved online to find a bigger audience and now sells with the mind-set of a boutique owner.

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“Great customer service makes people want to buy from you again,” she explained, revealing that she does her best to ship the day after the purchase is made. “It’s important to build up a great selling record, which takes time. Don’t get discouraged if things don’t sell right away.” Since repeat buyers are a big thing for these women, they cultivate relationships with things like handwritten thank-you notes slipped inside carefully packaged items.

“I take advantage of the social aspect of Threadflip, and if I list an item that I think one of my previous buyers would like, I message them letting them know,” Mariam said. “I love writing notes for packages and sometimes adding extra little gifts.”

Another common thread between sellers was that even if posting and packing items is regarded as a day job, it’s also a passion project to fund their own shopping. “The beauty of it all is that you can sell pieces, get your investment back, and reinvest, a.k.a. shop some more. It’s a growing market that I’m very happy to be a part of,” said 32-year-old New Jersey financial operations manager Stephanie, who’s made $ 28,000 on Threadflip. Her strategy involves shopping for brands that age well and hold their value. “I’ve been a collector of Louis Vuitton since age 18 and will continue to do so for the rest of my life due to resale value and quality. If it’s a big-ticket designer item and I can’t find it at 20 to 30 percent off retail and in excellent condition, then I’ll purchase it at retail. Otherwise, I prefer preowned in order to save some money.”

Want to get in the game? Here are some of their top tips for selling whatever you’ve gotten tired of.

Embrace variety.
“The market is saturated with Coach and Michael Kors, so I like that my inventory is always varied,” Tiffany said. “I have some of everything.” Don’t think that just because a brand is smaller it won’t sell. It’s the Web: People are hunting for specifics.

Take care of your stuff.
All the sellers we spoke with confirmed that better condition brings in higher prices, so taking care of pieces, from when you buy them to how you store them until they’re listed, is vital.

Pay attention to the photos you take.
The better the pictures you post, the more interest you’ll create with shoppers. “Take clear pictures of the front, back, sides, interior, exterior, and any hardware, logos, and serial numbers,” Caroline explained. “I also include pictures of any wear and damage as well.” Skip messy backgrounds when snapping photos, opting for clear, simple surfaces.

Be available to shoppers.
For success on resale apps, think of yourself as a business who wants to make customers happy. Many of the top sellers we spoke to said it’s important to answer questions, ship quickly, and to make listings informative. Consider doing free shipping and allowing people to make offers.

Be realistic about pricing.
“Do your fair research on resale value before listing,” Stephanie said. “If that pair of jeans is selling for $ 25 on other websites and you list at $ 100 simply because you purchased them for $ 200, you’re wasting your time.” A quick browse will make some things obvious: Designer bags hold their value; pricey denim doesn’t.

Be ruthless about letting your stuff go.
Want to make a substantial amount of cash? You’ve got to be willing to part with your goods. If you’re entertaining any thought about putting it up for sale, do it. “If you’re not using it, why not see if someone else might want it?” Tiffany asked. Stephanie operates under the same idea and resists getting attached to things. “I purchased a gorgeous preowned but completely new Louis Vuitton cuff and only used it once in three months. It’s a total beauty, but I lost interested and decided to sell,” she said. “It’s such a large investment to just let sit there without using. I can sell it and buy something else that I’d enjoy more.”

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The Rough Guide to Saving and Selling Online

The Rough Guide to Saving and Selling Online


How to make big savings on the Web, ‘The Rough Guide to Saving and Selling Online’ is the essential handbook for a healthier bank balance. It helps you discover how to make money by selling on eBay, Gumtree and Amazon, plus use the internet to shop for less, find bargains and reduce your outgoings. This recession-beating bible includes the most popular and productive websites for selling and finding cheaper products, the best price-comparison sites, and top places to hunt out freebies. Packed full of handy advice and tips from how to de-clutter and avoid online scams to how to find the cheapest local petrol, independent property advice and even get rich quick through cake baking, ‘The Rough Guide to Saving and Selling Online’ will help you save and make cash online. Get savvy today.

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eBay the easy way: A Mum’s Guide to hassle-free casual selling on eBay

eBay the easy way: A Mum’s Guide to hassle-free casual selling on eBay


A simple guide to selling on eBayAre you scared of selling on eBay?Do you have heaps of stuff that you or your kids no longer use?Would you like to swap that stuff for some cold, hard cash?Have you ever thought about recycling your unwanted items AND making some money?If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the ebook for you.eBay the easy way – a mum’s guide to hassle-free casual selling on eBay will give you the confidence to make some extra cash from all those bits and pieces you have lying around the house, but no longer use (think baby clothes, children’s clothes, toys, books, prams, cots etc.).You will find out how to convert your unwanted items into extra cash as you become a confident eBay seller!eBay the easy way is not designed to make you an eBay millionaire, instead it aims to provide you with some simple hints and tips to maximise your eBay selling experience and help you achieve the best possible price with the minimum amount of effort.Written by a Mum specifically for other Mums and Dads, this plain English guide offers plenty of easy-to-understand tips, as well as some great time and money-saving hints.Discover helpful hints in plain English and start turning your unwanted stuff into extra cash by successfully selling on eBay.With lots of useful information including what to sell, when to sell, what it will cost, how to create a listing and how to complete a sale, this guide is suitable for novice eBay sellers and Mums and Dads who already use eBay, but would like to know how to improve their sales technique and profit.This step-by-step guide will take you through the basics – from beginner to confident, profitable eBay seller.This informative ebook contains chapters on:Starting from scratchWhat to sellWho to sell toWhen to sellHow much will it cost?Research and preparationCreating your listingMy eBay Selling DashboardCompleting your salesAdvanced toolsDo I have to use eBay?Selling Checklist

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These Are 16 Things CVS Should Also Stop Selling

This past week drugstore chain CVS announced that it will no longer sell tobacco products at its stores. The move will cost them upwards of $ 2 billion in revenue and is part of their effort to be more of a healthcare company. Many are applauding the move. I agree. But why stop there? Ever been to a CVS? There are plenty of other products that they sell that should also be taken off the shelves. I can think of 16 right of the top of my head. Examples?

Shampoo. Nope, haven’t used the stuff in years. And you wouldn’t believe what I save on barber visits. Someday I’ll sit you down and explain to you some of the benefits of being bald. I see a lot of bald guys around like me. Not sure what all that shampoo fuss is about.

Weight loss supplements. My thinking: For most people eating less and exercising a little will result in losing weight. CVS might want to coach its customers on this healthy approach rather than selling them amphetamines in a can. Might as well be selling chocolate, cakes and chips in the next aisle over. Oh… you do?

Extra large condoms. I want to know who’s really buying these. Is this some kind of a cruel joke? Are the executives at CVS poking fun at guys like me and offering some kind of subliminal message to their women customers, like “You know, you could be doing better. Just hang around this aisle for a while.” Shouldn’t these things be sold in some kind of specialty store, like a magic shop or a place where NBA players frequent?

Vitamins. Unless you haven’t seen the sun in a few months or live on a diet of fast food you’re likely not going to need vitamins. And yet there are aisles filled with them. Study after study show that most vitamins are essentially worthless. CVS should stop selling these. Except for the Flintstones Chewables because they’re delicious.

Snoring suppressants. So let me get this straight: You put a strip of tape that looks suspiciously like a simple band-aid on the bridge of your nose and that’s supposed to stop you from snoring? And they’re only… how much? You can ask my wife — these don’t work. Smacking your bedmate in the head is much more effective. Cutting it down to 32 beers a night before you go to bed may also help.

Blank DVDs (and yes) Digital Cassettes. I’m assuming CVS is targeting AOL internet subscribers to move these items. Or the people who are driving around in circles and wondering where that dang Blockbuster store went to. I guess there are those that have never heard of Spotify, Netflix, Dropbox or Google Drive and haven’t given themselves up to the hell of recurring monthly fees. Hmmm… smart people, actually.

A1 Steak Sauce. CVS actually sells A1 Steak Sauce. Who is buying this? Are you running into the 24 hour CVS down the street to pick up some soap, toothpaste and a bottle of A1 Steak Sauce?

Body wash. Hello to the biggest scam of the 21st century. My kids go through a bottle a week. This is madness. “Body Wash” is just another term for “super-expensive soap.” Get a bar of Irish Spring for $ .39 and it’ll last for a month. Just pluck off the hairs each time and you’re good to go. Simple.

Disposable cameras (and film too). Other than fashion week are people still using actual cameras? I’ve got ten photos of my family (and a thousand photos of my dog) on my iPhone. Who’s still buying cameras?

Axe Deodorant. My sons seriously think that if they use Axe deodorant they will have success with the ladies. Ah, the power of advertising. The reality is that they carry my genes. A case of Axe isn’t going to change that predicament anytime soon. CVS is only contributing to this heinous deceit.

Faihaven Health Countboost for Men. These are dietary supplements that are supposed to increase the sperm count in men. My suggestion is to take a flight to Orlando on the first day of school vacation. By the time you arrive you’ll be tossing the Countboost for Men out the window and looking up vasectomy specialists in the area. CVS, let’s just save these guys the trouble, shall we?

Kiss Nail Artist Airbrush Style Nail Stickers. Let’s see… $ .02 to make. $ 2.99 to sell. Nice! As a father of a teenage daughter I am pleading with CVS to stop selling these. I pay more for stickers than I did to wallpaper our guest bathroom.

Fluttery Butterfly Pillow Pets. Really? This is what society has come to? We can’t just have regular pillows anymore? They have to be in the shape of butterflies and other pets? CVS, is this really something you should be encouraging? Must we give Vladimir Putin any more reasons to make fun of us?

Canon Ink Cartridges. These things are worse than cigarettes. You pay $ 99 for a printer and every two weeks you’re buying a $ 30 cartridge to feed its insatiable appetite for ink. This is like heroin and I demand that CVS put a stop to this now.

Jujubees Candy. Anti-semitic. Yeah, that’s right. Any way you say it. And the reference to “bees” like there’s some kind of honey — Rosh Hashana connection? Oh we know you’re game, CVS. As a member of the Hebrew persuasion I’m shocked that these are being sold and I know I’ve got my dentist’s backing on this. His name is Abramowitz, by the way.

Cascade Dishwasher Detergent. Silly people! Don’t you know that Cascade Complete is way, way better than the regular Cascade. I mean, what a difference! Wow. What a shine. Actually… I’m being total serious here. You won’t believe it.

A version of this blog previously appeared on Phillymag.com.
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Buying and Selling Your Way to a Fabulous Wedding on Ebay

Buying and Selling Your Way to a Fabulous Wedding on Ebay


A wedding is an important investment, but it’s also an expensive one. Wonder how you can have the wedding of your dreams on a budget? ‘Buying & Selling Your Way to a Cheaper Wedding on eBay’ shows you how you can use online auction site eBay to plan your wedding. But unlike traditional wedding planning books, this one offers a unique twist on the theme. It takes a two-fold approach to your wedding extravaganza. It provides user-friendly information on how you can make the most of planning your wedding online by buying items like wedding gowns, cake toppers, and bridal jewelry at eBay. Beyond that, it explains how an online auction site like eBay is a great place not only to purchase goods and services for a wedding, but also how it provides a terrific outlet for making money on a wedding after the fact. Learn how you can sell items that you have either received as a gift and don’t wish to keep or items that you purchased for your wedding and no longer need.

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Sell Your Jewelry: How to Start a Jewelry Business and Make Money Selling Jewelry at Boutiques, Fairs, Trunk Shows, and Etsy

Sell Your Jewelry: How to Start a Jewelry Business and Make Money Selling Jewelry at Boutiques, Fairs, Trunk Shows, and Etsy


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Etsy Success – How to Make a Full-Time Income Selling Jewelry, Crafts, and Other Handmade Products Online (Mogul Mom Work-At-Home Book Series)

Etsy Success – How to Make a Full-Time Income Selling Jewelry, Crafts, and Other Handmade Products Online (Mogul Mom Work-At-Home Book Series)


New – “Turn Your Passion for Making Handmade Products and Crafts into a Thriving Online Business!”Handmade products are hot! People everywhere love to buy unique, one-of-a-kind items and the good feeling that comes from supporting the creators who made them.Etsy.com is the number one online destination for people wanting to purchase handmade products and crafts. Believe it or not though, simply selling great products on Etsy isn’t enough to be successful. With many talented people selling their

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Etsy Success – How to Make a Full-Time Income Selling Jewelry, Crafts, and Other Handmade Products Online (Mogul Mom Work-at-Home Book Series)

Etsy Success – How to Make a Full-Time Income Selling Jewelry, Crafts, and Other Handmade Products Online (Mogul Mom Work-at-Home Book Series)


“Turn Your Passion for Making Handmade Products and Crafts into a Thriving Online Business!” Handmade products are hot! People everywhere love to buy unique, one-of-a-kind items and the good feeling that comes from supporting the creators who made them. Etsy.com is the number one online destination for people wanting to purchase handmade products and crafts. Believe it or not though, simply selling great products on Etsy isn’t enough to be successful. With many talented people selling their items there, it’s easy to get lost in the crowd. But here’s the good news… There are people making good money on Etsy and if you want to be one of them, this book will help you. It contains a “marketing plan” designed just for you, with step-by-step instruction that will show you exactly what to do in order to have a successful, thriving Etsy business. Do you make any of the following items? •Soap •Jewelry •Clothing •Art •Candles •Beauty Products If so, you want this book! It contains everything you need to know about making money on Etsy. You’ll take your passion from a “hobby” in the corner of your living room to a real business, with customers from around the world. Not on Etsy yet? Don’t worry! This book will show you how to set up an eye-catching store in just minutes! Already on Etsy? Get ready to increase your sales! Running an online store on Etsy is the perfect job opportunity for mothers, since you can run the entire business from your home, spend more time with your children, be your own boss, and make a great income doing something you love! If you’re ready to make money on Etsy, get this book today.

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