eBay For Canadians For Dummies is the perfect primer to one of the world’s most popular Web sites. From how to find that perfect item, to winning it at the perfect price and having it shipped to you, it covers the whole experience of buying. Power Sellers Marsha Collier and Bill Summers also help you make money on eBay, telling you how to list your stuff and reap the profits.
With over 25 percent new content, the book also covers eBay issues unique to Canada, such as
The advantages and disadvantages to shopping on ebay.ca and ebay.com
Taxes (should you charge GST when selling?) and shipping (what's the most cost-effective way to ship an item?)
The book will be completely up-to-date: Bill and Marsha will also include quick looks at eBay's newest sites and tools, including the SYI (sell your item) Java-assisted form, eBay Deal Finder, and eBay Match Maker.
Scratch 2.0 Game Development Hotshot
Get up to date with Scratch 2.0 and build brilliant games without having to code. Including 10 exciting projects that cover most game genres, you'll quickly learn the sophisticated possibilities of Scratch. Have fun!
Discover how to make the most of the new Scratch 2.0 interface
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