|March 4, 2014|
|How to "properly" add items to your Yahoo Store|
|By Shawna Seigel|
| I remember the first time I added products to my new Yahoo Store.
I was so excited to say, “I’m DONE!” Then I realized, I forgot to put in information about the shipping.
I went back in my store and updated all the pages again. Then I realized, I forgot to put in something else.
What a complete waste of time!
Tomorrow in our Yahoo Store Class, we are going to show you how to add items to your store the right way and the first time. [...]
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