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This week eBay offers some concessions to sellers while holding steadfast on other new policies that have the community threatening to strike.
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This I Swear: You could be dining on the course, attending an exclusive awards reception and getting photo ops with Jimmie Johnson and Nick Lachey.
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Our eBay columnist tries the auction site's local classifieds Kijiji and recommends it for low-profit merchandise and hard-to-ship items.
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Forum members discuss shopping cart guest check out, search engine optimization and content writers. Plus, the ever-popular site critiques continue.
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