paul wheaton wrote:I am withdrawing from selling on amazon. Too much hassle. I have a few more decks at amazon now and I guess those will sell out and then the pirate gets the sales after that.
Nicole Alderman wrote:I did a search in the digital market for "Permaculture Playing Cards,” ....
But currently no sale for just one deck. Maybe Paul might be interested in that, since he will no longer be selling on Amazon?
Nicole Alderman wrote:I used to wonder why Paul pointed everything to the Richsoil site...and then finally realized that he did that so that when people search google for permaculture cards, they'd find Richsoil (which google likes better than permies.com). And since there's so many links on permies pointing toward the richsoil page, that increases the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) on that page.
As often is the case, Paul has his devious plans that don't make much sense to the rest of us, but he does have his reasons!
Nicole Alderman wrote:I went over to the Richsoil site and scrolled down to the "By the dozen! (or half dozen)" section. I tried clicking the numbers there, and it took me straight to paypal.
Did these not work for you, or maybe it wasn't apparent to click on the numbers? I'm thinking if you couldn't find them, other people might not be able to, either. Would it be better if those had little hyperlink lines under them, or if they were buttons. Maybe like the buttons I used on the Better World Book thread? Like this:
[img]https://permies.com/t/68930/a/124824/Building-a-better-world-buy-button-1-book.png width=100 caption="but, you know, with it saying the price for the cards, rather than ebook!"[/url]
Nicole Alderman wrote: But, the shipping cost for a deck is sadly very high (shipping costs keep getting higher. When I mail my small, light needle-felted creations, they cost $3-6 ship. It's crazy! And a deck of cards is a lot heavier than my felted creations.)
paul wheaton wrote:I have withdrawn from selling the cards on amazon. If anybody wants to buy a case and have a go at selling on amazon, that would be cool.