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    Selling your work on MySpace

    Hi,

    I've been a lurker on this forum for quite a while now but haven't wanted to submit any of my work for a critique.. I guess I'm sensitive that way

    I'm not sure what the rules are about posting about websites, so please delete this thread if it offends!

    Just thought I'd let you all know about a website I've started (www.Flogd.com) which lets Artists, Designers, Musicians etc sell their work from MySpace, blogs and forums. The shops are totally customizable, so they'd be really good for creative types like yourselves

    The transactions are securely processed via 128-bit SSL encryption then and there, meaning no redirections to other sites to make payments.

    Cheers- hope this is helpful to some of you!


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    Thats cool

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    The real question is how much do you skim off the top?

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    Good question!

    The service is free to sign up to, and you can have as many products (well, up to 500) and as many shops as you like.

    The only charge is when a sale occurs, below USD$25 it's free minus PayPal's processing fee, above USD$25 we take 3% to help cover server and bandwidth costs. Much less than eBay though!

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    Good question!

    The service is free to sign up to, and you can have as many products (well, up to 500) and as many shops as you like.

    The only charge is when a sale occurs, below USD$25 it's free minus PayPal's processing fee, above USD$25 we take 3% to help cover server and bandwidth costs. Much less than eBay though!

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    hmm, that is actually pretty darn interesting...I'll have to look into this later on, bookmarked!

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    that looks really cool, awesome!
    is there a version that has the "Add to cart" button and only a paypal sign-in screen, for paypal users? that would be cool, not everyone likes to pay from credit card..forgive me if this has already been addressed

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