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  1. Go figure. I am new to this whole Domme/me thing. I was reading something on LL bringing back "Your world. Your imagination" so yesterday I gave it a whirl - my imagination that is; I got me my very own Domme - I only have to share her with 6 other...ohmy, please excuse me as the whole Domme/me nomenclature escapes me...oh well, but like I was saying I am new to this lifestyle. She demanded Christmas presents; I only met her yesterday. Yes she did. Expensive ones too! Again, I am new at this stuff, what do I know about expensive gifts for a Domme. What does your Domme want for Christmas? What would any self-respecting Domme like for Christmas? Please advise only on gifts that are expensive and of quality as she will not settle for 2nd best, and I am a top-shelf kind of guy...or whatever it is I am called in this Domme/me relationship.
  2. Randall Ahren wrote: Maya is just pointing out that price and demand are inversely related and that virtual goods are highly scalable. Once something is made, it can be copied an infinite numbers of times with no further cost input required. If you've put something up for sale that once sold well at that price, but sales have dropped off, trying lowering the price. It is better to have more sales at a lower price than no sales at a higher price. Ok. Then, are you free tonight? :matte-motes-bored:
  3. Mayalily wrote: It's a buyer's market right now and has been a buyer's market for years since the global recessions. Once an item is made, it's made. Sell your items for less, and you will see customer's. I go for the deals plus the quality. Charge less and your business will pick up. I skip thousands of items and creator's because they simply charge too much for a item that can be copied over and over. Also, with mesh and spulpties, that is far, far less than prims. Perhaps LL should make it .30 lindens to the sculpty or mesh instead of 1L per prim (If I have that info correct on the prim). It could and should reduce land and tier costs by 2/3's, as I have like a 4 prim harp, a 2 prim sculpty fireplace, 1 prim rather nice armchairs. I love sculpties and GOOD low prim items. Get into sculpties and mesh, people want more for their money. There is also a very nice grand piano on Marketplace that is made of 1 prim. AMAZING! As far as clothes though, I still like the kind that resize to my shape, rather than having to wear a cloned alpha layer shape for mesh clothing. However, the creator's that want a lot for their items, I skip over, as there are tons of creator's making items for less and perhaps even with superior quality. Get to know how a business works, and advertise your quality and afforable items. Ebay was the same way when it started -- less dealers meant higher profits. When I worked as a seller on eBay research what is hot and currently selling, and offer a better price, but advertise on eBay with keyword search is what it was all about, as remember people need to find the things you are selling. It takes research and hard work to make it in a business that isn't so "new" anymore. But, in a buyer's market, reduce your costs as you have no other choice. This is no longer a seller's market and will not be for years too come. Wow. Just WOW. I think you nailed it. I have never read such insightful words. I did not understand any of it, but I really felt like they meant something to you. I think you should take these concepts to a global level: marketing, finance, design; WOW you nailed it all. Are you free tonight?
  4. Cato Badger wrote: I would just like to find a man that understands me. Where is that kudos button when it's really needed/earned. +10
  5. Why, because I just don't care! Anybody else?
  6. Derek Torvalar wrote: Venus Petrov wrote: /me waves to everyone and blows a sigh of relief ________________________________________________________________________________________ Looks around to see who sigh is. Sy Greenberg, he owns the deli on Delancy street. Great pastrami!
  7. There were no flame wars on the commerce forum? There are always flamers and trolls on any forum. It is part of the entertainment. I think we have the ability to moderate ourselves if it is a 'mature' rated forum.
  8. Cato Badger wrote: Now all we have to do is convince them that the Off Topic Forum should be allowed to be self-moderating. And accessible only to 'adults' who have been authorized. Why not, we use the same UID and password to get in-world. If they are not allowed on mature land, why be 'permitted' in a mature sub-forum.
  9. This thread sounds eeirly similar to what W.E. was 'demanding' of LL. Albeit, your methodology and writing is more comprehensible.
  10. Says hi to all! Cait, LiveReport, and Wilhiam good to see you guys.
  11. Yes, off topic is good, but can we talk about off topic issues?
  12. Hello Hippie. However, I don't see a warm fire do you think you can point me to one?
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