Wednesday, March 26, 2008

eBay’s change in their policy of digital delivery products

eBay’s almost instant change in digital delivery of products policy is sad for those that depend upon the income. Posted announcement March 25, 2008, effective March 31, 2008.

Now, in all reality, please recognize that any single source approach to earning income is never a good idea.

Nevertheless, eBay, obviously does not want to continue listings in their marketplace of products for the digital delivery setting.

Currently, they may be advising the public and their members that it is due to 'Feedback Manipulation'; however, there would be other alternatives to such difficulties rather than to eliminate (ban) downloadable digital delivery products such as ebooks, templates, some types of software and many other digital media items.

After all, if you technically approach the arena of digital media, it is just about any type of informational, musical, educational, tutorial, movie, video and other type product. For that matter websites, blogs and more of this type item fall directly into digital media.

I have been reading a great deal about this policy change by eBay in many different venues. Some of which, I am frustrated to see those that are taking advantage in adverts to sell their products.

Compare this to offering a lifeboat for a cost. Now is not the time to sell wares when those who need to be saved from drowning require the resolution.

In other words, if you have a solution, provide it or guide them as best as possible without cost.

If you have answers, give them the directions. If you have knowledge, give them the instructions. If you have products, provide them at no cost or almost for free, if possible, of course.

However, please do not swing by in the vehicle that can lead them away from disaster, but only at a cost to them.

I would like to do my share…

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To Be Continued.

Kindest Regards, B. Robert