Selling is so slow!

John Avis by | December 4, 2007 | eBay and PayPal

Thanks eBay for another free listing period. It's a great opportunity to try and sell some items without having to pay unless they sell (and minimising those excessive fees).

But why does it have to be so slow to list items for sale?

Yes I know my computer is a few years old now and I should probably be looking through the computer section to buy a new computer so I can list items for sale without getting so frustrated at the slow speed at which it happens.

But my computer is fine on 99% of the other web sites I visit so why should I?

Then I speak to my friends and family who also sell on eBay and they tell me it is very slow for them too, and some of them have brand new computers.

eBay, if you are listening, you can keep your new selling system and make it available to people who have a Cray super-computer. But for the rest of us please consider creating a simpler method of the selling form without all the fancy features! Please! I don't think I will survive another free day when I have to list 200 items or more!

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