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Aug 13, 2010 4:20 PM CST
Name: Trish Whitinger
Jacksonville, TX
Helper and Wife of the Cubit Master
Each seller will have to set up their own "store"- which is housed within their own cubit. There will be a central browsing place to see all the items for sale.

Think about how etsy or the ebay stores are set up. Each seller maintains their own store, but are part of the larger entity. Make sense? Our goal is to give each seller ultimate control over their own store.

Arlene- if you sell your own cookbooks, you'll either need to set up a separate cubit for that, or split the revenue with Dea (or come up with some sort of agreement with her). That's what co-owning is: sharing all the revenue made from the cubit. I would think that you are selling your cookbooks as a person, not as the YumYum business. Think how messy end of year reporting would be if you don't keep personal and business separate from each other. Advertising your cookbooks on Yum would be another idea, but let's tackle this thing one thing at a time.

Of course, as always, you are free to sell on Cubits with no fees not using Dave's system- that's not going to change.

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