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Admin, can't edit eBay tips Post, how should I approach this?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by TutorialBike, Aug 13, 2014.

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  1. TutorialBike

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    Hey guys, well I'm facing a dilemma here. I started a tips list here: /blackhat-seo/ebay/695512-ultimate-tips-list-great-newbies-veterans-alike.html - Just add the blackhatworld website before that link. Also the guide was called: Ultimate Tips List Great for Newbies and Veterans alike.

    With it I wanted to create an ever expanding tips list, but I made a bit of a mistake. I replied to the post so now I am unable to add on to the tips list (As I now cannot edit the main tips list anymore thanks to my reply)

    So I was curious on how I should handle this:

    1. Make a new tips list, forget about the old one, and never reply to the new post so I can always edit it.
    2. If donating will let me edit all of my posts no matter how old then I suppose I could donate.
    3. I might be missing something really obvious, if someone could point me in the right direction that'd be great.

    I put this in the Ebay section as it directly relates to my eBay tips list, also just to make this more fitting for the eBay section I'll add a few new tips below.

    26. Logging into your accounts from a coffee shop or library can sound appealing but doing so isn't a very good solution to making long term stealth accounts. As you have no real control over their internet, so for example if one day they went out of business you could have a problem on your hands. (But if you wanted to lessen your use of their wifi you could get Auctiva on your home computer and simply use it to list and print shipping labels as it only requires your IP the first time you set it up, thereafter it does not give eBay/Paypal your IP ever again. - Unless you relogin/reinstall it.)

    27. Withdrawing over 79%-85% of your Paypal funds is a big no no, doing so shoots up red flags like crazy. It is an easy way to get suspended because they believe you are simply skipping town with all of your money. Instead try to leave 11%-21% of your funds in the account, but don't do exact numbers.