Joined 4 years ago
Hey, What is this Squidoo site anyway and what does it do? I'm something of a Squidoo fanatic and find that it's a great place to share my knowledge and stories with others. Captain Squid, my squidoo blog, also talks about the technical aspects of squidoo and how to build better lenses. If you are looking to promote your lens, make sure and check out the Isle of Squid a unique and innovative directory for squidoo lenses. Squidtop is a platform that lets you build your very own Squidoo blog for absolutely free. If you are confused, feel free to stop by the Squidoo Chat Room and we'll help you out! My most recent topic is about my favorite Las Cruces Lawyer ! Learn More about Joe Dillon
7 years ago
When many eBay sellers are just starting out, they often 'guesstimate' the weight of their package before printing out a shipping label or else lug their items to the post office and wait in that long, slow, gruelling line to have the post office...
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