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How to get the most out of Ebay

  » Business & Finance


Avoid ending a sale on a holiday such as Christmas or Halloween. Coinciding with a major sporting match will also discourage bidders. If you are targeting Christmas or Halloween shoppers, advertise your items several months ahead.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by JudyE 2013-05-04 02:21:13 am    

How to get the most out of Ebay

  » Business & Finance


Don't start items at too-high a price, unless it is important that you reach a certain figure. Starting low attracts people to bid. There is often a surge in bidding towards the end of the auction. Having a high reserve also puts people off.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2013-05-04 02:18:59 am    

How to get the most out of Ebay

  » Business & Finance


Listings should end on a Sunday, Monday or Tuesday evening. More people have more time on a Sunday to search and bid for items. Ending an auction in the middle of the week makes it hard for many people to participate.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2013-05-04 02:16:32 am    

How to get the most out of Ebay

  » Business & Finance


Always write a true description. Be specific. Use keywords that sellers might use. List both good and bad things about the item. Otherwise the buyer may want to return the item and/or give you negative feedback. Give as much information as possible.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2013-05-04 02:14:53 am    

How to get the most out of Ebay

  » Business & Finance


Always list sale items with a photo. This is very important. Articles sell better if accompanied by a photo. Make sure the photo is of good quality. Use a light-coloured sheet as a backdrop. Remove any distractions. Use natural light if possible.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2013-05-04 02:12:38 am    

Why A Maltese Terrier May Not Be The Best Pet For You

  » Pets


The Maltese terrier is near the top of the list of dog breeds most often dumped. Many are nippy and unpredictable. Some bark a lot. Opt for a similar looking West Highland Terrier. Read more at: http://www.infobarrel.com/Dog_Breeds_Most_Often_Dumped

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2013-04-29 10:55:39 pm    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


If you have lost your hair due to treatment for cancer, turbans, hats and scarves can help you look your best. Read more tips at For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 9


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:26:50 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


If you are receiving treatment for cancer and need to purchase a wig to wear during warmer weather, look for one with a loose mesh base. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:26:27 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


Cancer treatment can leave skin sallow and blotchy. A wig slightly lighter in colour than your own hair often gives less-than-perfect skin a lift. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:25:59 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


Wigs made from human hair can be styled and touched up but are more expensive and require more maintenance. If you are considering a wig during cancer treatment, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:25:09 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


For cancer patients, synthetic wigs are cheaper, easier to maintain and retain their style better. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:23:24 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


If you have to undergo radiation treatment on your head, it may be wise to grow your hair so that there will be better coverage of bare patches. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:21:54 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


If you are undergoing treatment for cancer, speak to your hair-dresser about shaving your scalp instead of letting your hair fall out in clumps. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:21:18 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


As a general rule, it is best to avoid curling irons, hair-dryers and rollers on your hair when undergoing treatment for cancer. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:20:55 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


Wait six months after stopping cancer treatment before perming, colouring or straightening your hair. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:20:01 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


When having treatment for cancer, avoid shampoo ingredients such as henna, eucalyptus, salicyclic acid, camphor, and menthol. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:19:09 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


Use gentle shampoos and conditioners when having cancer treatment. Avoid medicated or drying shampoos. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:18:18 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


Synthetic wigs are cheaper and easier to care for and just as attractive and realistic. Be creative. Add a ribbon, tie it up and add clips. For more tips, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:17:10 am    

Dealing with Hair Loss During Treatment for Cancer

  » Health


If hair loss is certain because of cancer treatment, cutting the hair first makes the loss less painful. Keep a lock so it can be matched to wig colour. For more, see http://www.infobarrel.com/Tips_for_Dealing_with_Hair_Loss_During_Treatment_for_Cancer

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2012-04-08 09:15:27 am    

How to store wine

  » Food & Drink


Good places to store wine, apart from a wine refrigerator or temperature-controlled area, is under the stairs in a cupboard, under the floorboards or in a pantry. A place that will not experience large fluctuations of temperature is best.

Tip Credibility: 8


submitted by JudyE 2011-12-18 08:12:33 am    

How to store wine

  » Food & Drink


Keep wine away from direct sunlight and in a cool place. If the bottle has a cork, keep stored on its side so the cork does not dry out. If it does, air will be allowed into the bottle causing a sour and/or bitter taste.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2011-12-18 08:11:09 am    

How to store wine

  » Food & Drink


Keeping wine too cool will result in an acidic bite and strong overtones of tannin. The optimum temperature is around 14 to 18 degrees Celsius. Too high a temperature and the fruit will age too soon.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2011-12-18 08:10:37 am    

How to store wine

  » Food & Drink


Temperature and humidity are the most important factors when storing wine. A humidity of about 50% and a temperature between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit (14 to 18 degrees Celsius) is ideal to maintain the integrity of wine.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2011-12-18 08:09:03 am    

Getting Double Value for your Christmas Dollar

  » Society & Culture


Purchase local gift vouchers. Ask local beauticians, car-detailers, caf├ęs, lawn-mowers to supply vouchers thus supporting local communities while giving unique gifts. Read more at: http://www.infobarrel.com/Christmas_Gifts_with_Double_the_Value

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2011-12-17 05:20:10 am    

Getting Double Value for your Christmas Dollar

  » Society & Culture


Search markets and stalls for locally-made gifts and produce. Support your local community while purchasing unique gifts for Christmas and birthdays. For more ideas see: http://www.infobarrel.com/Christmas_Gifts_with_Double_the_Value

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by JudyE 2011-12-17 05:18:15 am    
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