Friday, December 30, 2005

Amazon Credits You

New Site Tracks Your Amazon Purchases Did you know that if you buy a book from Amazon and they drop the price within 30 days of that purchase you're entitled to a credit back? Yep. But who has time to track it. This brand new site (not affiliated with Amazon) will keep track of your purchases for you and notify you if the price is dropped in that 30 day time period. You'll receive an email and can then apply to Amazon for your credit. Pretty cool huh.....

Thursday, December 29, 2005

EBay and Selling Digital Goods

Do you have a digital product that you want to sell on Ebay? If you're confused about what the rules are check out Ebay's FAQ as to what you can and cannot do.

Monday, December 19, 2005

Merle's Mission Ezine Now Posted

The Dec 15th issue of Merle's Mission Ezine is now posted online in PDF format read it at http://www.merlesworld.com/archives/MM_121505.pdf

Since this is the last issue before Christmas I wanted to wish you and yours a Happy Holiday Season!

Thanks for sticking with me through the year.

Merle

Friday, December 09, 2005

Yahoo! Gets Answers

Yahoo has launched their own versioin of Answers. Google has had a similar service for three years. The new service located at http://answers.yahoo.com can handle any type of question you can think up......"why is the sky blue?"...

Friday, December 02, 2005

Merle's Mission Ezine- Paypal: "Finding the Right Solution for You"

Hi Kids,

We're being buried in snow from old man winter today.
I guess that's to be expected here in northeast Ohio,
but it still doesn't mean I like it.

Just to update you that the latest issue of Merle's
Mission Ezine is now live online in PDF Format. The
text version was sent out the day before yesterday
so if you didn't receive it, odds are it was snagged
by a mis-guided filter along the way.

Read it or print it out now:
http://www.merlesworld.com/archives/MM_113005.pdf

Thursday, December 01, 2005

MediaPost Publications - Black Monday Sales Soar 26% - 12/01/2005

We all know about "Black Friday", the day after Thanksgiving but did you know the Monday after is "Black Monday"? It's considered the biggest shopping day online. What I would like to see is a list of sites offering the best deals for that day. It sure would make shopping a lot easier if you knew exactly who was having the best sales. They don't stick those circulars in the newspapers for nothing baby...