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Today's Topic: Selling on Ebay
Get the best selling tips for experienced seller and radio host Jacqueline Jax. Discover how to sell, when the best times are and what key things should be in your listings to set them apart from everyone else.
Back by huge request, Jacqueline Jax is back with a live feed of her most popular shows including Hot Topic Tuesday, Branding and Marketing Tips for Success and Fast Track To Music Marketing. Be sure to tune in with her live each week day morning at 10am est to start your day out right. Grab a cup of coffee, listen in from your phone or computer and tweet her questions @JacquelineJax . If you miss the live show, catch the episodes on the replay or grab them on iTunes to listen in later.
As always the conversation continues on our main web site with live comment feeds and discussions from our listeners so be sure to visit www.AvALiveRadio.com and join in the conversation.
Originally from Detroit, Lashonda Lester has been working in entertainment in some capacity for over 20 years. She's the creator, star and executive producer of "Weird! True Hollywood Tales", a biography lecture series about strange or mysterious Hollywood tragedies, now in its third season.
Lester also took 3rd place in the 2014 Funniest In Person Austin contest, and has opened for comedy heavyweights such as Earthquake, Rickey Smiley, Kyle Kinane, SNL alumnus Finesse Mitchell, Godfrey, and legendary Grammy Award winning band; Earth, Wind, and Fire!
What else?? She recently made her national television debut for Nickelodeon's NickMom Night Out comedy showcase. When she’s not performing comedy, Lashonda enjoys buying frivolous items on eBay, keeping up with the latest conspiracy theories and spending time with her family.
This week on "Let's Coach with Mark & Carolyn"...
Going! Going! Gone!!!
Get your auction fix and help charities raise money. Chesapeake Charities has been selected by eBay™ to be one of only 40 U.S. nonprofit organizations to participate in a new fundraising program, Campaign For Your Cause. The challenge is to raise $10,000 in a 7-day online silent auction. The auction goes live on Thursday, October 16 and closes on Saturday, October 25. A sneak preview of auction items can be found on the Chesapeake Charities Facebook page: Facebook/chesapeakecharities.
In an effort to expand their philanthropic work, eBay™ Giving Works and its partner PayPal™ Giving Fund, created Campaign for your Cause as an online auction-style fundraiser to give nonprofits an advantage in their efforts to raise money and awareness for their causes.
Chesapeake Charities supports 73 different charities in a large region, with a diverse range of causes and constituents, eBay™ Giving Works saw the potential to make a substantial impact. In fact, Chesapeake Charities is the only community foundation among the 40 organizations chosen.
Three funds with unique auction items were chosen to be featured on the program today: Cancer Comfort Angels, Friends of Historic Christ Church, and Corsica River Conservancy; their representatives will describe the items they are placing in the auction and what the funds raised will support.
Listen to Let’s Coach at noon Wednesday, October 15, 2014 to hear about the auction and the charities it supports. Let the bidding begin!
Vernon v. Autodesk
This episode of Vondran Legal Hour features an overview of the case of Vernon v. Autodesk and asks and answers the question of "Can I buy software at a garage or office sale and sell it on an internet auction website such as eBay without risking federal copyright infringement?"
This is a very imporant question, and often misunderstood. Most people think when they "buy" software that they become the "owner" of the software and thus have a legal right to sell the software online. This is not always true and it is very important to look at the terms of the Software Licensing Ageement.
If you are acting outside the scope of the licensing agreement, you may winde up posting the software for sale on your eBay "power seller" account only to find out the software company sends out a "take down" notice that might result in getting your eBay account (or Amazon.com account) shut down.
Federal Copyeright law protects software products and the members of the Business Software Alliance ("BSA") which is comprised of some of the largest software companies in the world - such as Adobe, Microsoft, Autodesk, Apple, Bentley, Symantec etc., take issues of alleged "software piracy" very serious. They even have an "anti-piracy" hotline that gives rewards to ex-employees who blow the whistle on their employers use of unilcensed (meaning unpaid for) software, or the failure to purchase the software from authorized resellers.
in Self Help
There have been massive retail data breaches recently -- breaches that can negatively affect you and people you know. Sadly, things are not getting better for us--they are getting worse. Corporate data thefts have taken a significant toll on American consumers, who have had their identities stolen, their personal credit cards used and abused, and their bank accounts violated.
Signs are pointing to the high likelihood that at some point soon, everyone will become a victim of this high tech crime. Host, Joyce Barrie, has been a victim. It seems almost impossible to avoid falling prey to this insidious crime. Joyce will share what happened to her, so you can be on Red Alert.
This is an important show --one you do not want to miss.
SPECIAL EXTENDED EPISODE! (OVER 2 HOURS)
Blue Vino teams up w/ Anticrisis73 & AnCapDalek
Exclusive Call in Number for tonight's show is: (646) 929-1480
Main Topic: The New World Order (conspiracy fact or fiction?)
Side Topics: Maritime Law & the US Court system have big secrets they hope you never know about. ISIS promotes use of porous US/Mexico border for future terrorist activities. Burger King heads North & takes over Tim Hortons... CANADIANS, are you gonna just take this act of war?? US hikes fee to expatriate. Scottish Independence votes were being sold on eBay. First robot astronaut 'lonely' in space. Joan Rivers is in a medically induced coma. Gov't publishes detailed marshmallow roasting instructions. 40hr work week grows to 47-60hrs. More Police insanity.
All This in about 2 HOURS!!!!!!!!!!
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to author, Kathy Spencer about how you can save money. Although the economy may not be thriving, people will always take advantage of a bargain because the bottom line is saving money any time of the year is always welcome. It doesn't matter if it is a simple discount that is run during lunchtime or from a coupon, consumers today are more savvy than ever. Some shoppers actually have their strategy down to a science. Author, Kathy Spencer, offers such advice gleaned from years of coupon clipping and discount hunting. In her book, How to Shop for Free: Shopping Secrets for Smart Women Who Love to Get Something for Nothing, she takes finding a good bargain to a whole new level by acquainting readers with the little-known tricks of the retail world. She offers valuable tips and tricks on how to score organic food, products and other items for free as well as how to take advantage of giveaways from many popular stores. Kathy uncovers the secrets of store club programs; the ins and outs of eBay; the keys to avoiding consumer scams; the truth about rebates, buy-one-get-one offers, rain checks; and the best deals by month. She also provides a guide to the all-out, price-slashing, retail competitions in December. No matter what your goal is, How to Shop for Free offers strategies designed to save you money, without sacrificing quality or brand names, from someone who has thoroughly tested and researched the stores and techniques. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
In this episode Jim discusses the so called Purge riots planned for several U.S. cities - is it real or is it a hoax? Texas Governor Rick Perry indicted. Will eBay and Pay Pal be accepting Bitcoin in the near future? How Jim bought gas this weekend for $2.14 per gallon, Al Gore sues Al Jazeera, and Nancy Pelosi's husband stiffs NFL legend, and Obama-Biden vacation tab already $40 million for the first two weeks of August.
Well folks, because of the gravity of events evidenced from the past few days, it appears that we may have to conduct another mashup broadcast, courtesy of Afronerd Radio. So let's make this simple and plain. Check out and listen to your "podcast enterprise crew" (Dburt, Capt. Kirk and Daryll B.), this Saturday at 6pm as they discuss the following pop/pulp/political issues: we finally tackle the Esquire blog piece entitled, "Are Black Superheroes Good for Black People?"; can you believe that the vintage walkman used by Star-Lord in Guardians of The Galaxy is going for BIG bucks on Ebay? And could this be an indicator that Guardians is destined for Star Wars-esque status cinematically?; weighing in on the Michael Brown/Ferguson, Missouri police shooting as more information gets released; basketballer player, Gilbert Arenas twitter rants against Rev. Al; Dburt has absolutely no summer time TV programming complaints (except having enough time to watch what is available) ; Is there any iota of truth about Disney looking to buy the WB?; MSNBC journalist, T.J. Holmes gets critiqued in The Root for suggesting that Black men/boys comply when encountering police; Comic Book Resources highlights the enduring relevance of Marvel's Luke Cage in the wake of real life Black male trials and tribulations; discussing the rift between Prince Namor and the Black Panther and can there be away for a Panther book to sustain readership if a new series is considered?; highlighting Black nerd/comic blogs of interest (i.e. Blacknerdgirl.com; Blackfolksmakingcomics; Africomics, etc) and lastly, speaking of nerds, Dburt "rewinds the tape" showing how the "nerd" pejorative is still alive among folks of color. Call live at 646-915-9620!
Recycle Radio: Making the Most of Yard Sales and Flea Markets
It's an average weekend in Small Town (or Big City), USA. If there isn't a monsoon, blizzard or temperatures below zero, chances are, you'll find a yard sale or flea market somewhere in town. (And even if they are in the forecast, there are always the indoor flea markets, which operate rain or shine!)
Yard sales and Flea Markets have become a big business for a lot of people. What started out as a way to clean out a closet or basement has turned into a way of life - and full-time occupation - for some people. And for those who prefer selling online, they've become a virtually endless supply of inventory for eBay, Amazon, and Craigslist. Today on Recycle Radio we'll be sharing some hints on how to make the most of shopping at a yard sale or flea market.
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